Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap review – Switch Player

“A beautiful lick of paint and superb execution mean that Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap is not only well worth your money, but it also feels perfectly at home on the handheld mode of Nintendo’s Switch. This love-letter to the past proves a great game forever remains a great game.” Read the full review on…

Yooka-Laylee review – GamesMaster

“If you’ve ever loved any of Rare’s Banjoo Kazooie games, Playtonic’s debut title might feel like putting on a pair of cozy slippers near a warm fire. “Ooh lovely”, you might think, “let’s get the marshmallows out”, but the affection for the games from an almost forgotten 3D platforming genre is a little too intense,…

Little Nightmares review – GodisaGeek

“If you like these artistically pleasing platform puzzlers, then this is going to be something you’ll enjoy. It’s not very challenging, and it has a few issues that will frustrate, but this is a fine one-and-done game, and for the price, it’s well worth investigating.” Read the full review on GodisaGeek.com

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe review – GodisaGeek

“Deluxe may be the wrong word for it, but this is the definitive Mario Kart 8 experience, which ultimately makes it one of the best kart-racers ever made.” Read the full review on GodisaGeek.com

Has-Been Heroes review – Switch Player

“For all the unique, fun ideas, Has-Been Heroes is let down by its brutal difficulty. If you’re going to make a game this hard, you really ought to also make your protagonists a little more durable, and potential success less down to luck. There are battles that require you to perform almost perfectly to achieve…