The second episode in DontNod’s teen adventure, sees some decent plot developments but very little in the way of engaging game experience.
Stranger Things meets LucasArts meets Wes Anderson. That’s throwback puzzle adventure (and Kickstarter success story) Trüberbook in a nutshell. We review this offbeat point-and-click mystery that sees you vacation in a tiny, dying German village.
The idea of having a job doing customer-facing tech support is something of a nightmare, and yet it's a starting point in a career for numerous people. It's also the starting and end point in this intriguing game from Dragon Slumber.
Upon receiving Move or Die and knowing little more than its name I was under the impression that the game was about sharks. You know, if sharks stop moving forward they literally can’t live and just die right there? If you did know, I’m glad Shark Week did something for you. If you didn’t know, I’m sorry to have made …
Wizards: Enhanced Edition is a disappointing waste of potential, with mundane combat and repetative missions making the inaccurate motion tracking impossible to push through.
The Occupation's engrossing investigations and thrilling story are undone by uneven performance and restrictive saving.
A new twist on the old formula, The LEGO Movie 2: The Video Game offers up some new mechanics and gameplay but fails at delivering an experience that is either memorable or fun
Eleven years is a hell of a long time to wait for a sequel, and yet, here we are. Times have changed, hardware has evolved and the entire gaming landscape is a far cry from what it once was back in the late 2000s. Devil May Cry 5 is not the product of evolution. It’s a throwback to another era, …
Degrees of Separation is a visually gorgeous and charming game that, while having some innovative mechanics, devolves into tedium due to a poorly paced story and repetitive puzzles