Cars 3: Driven to Win review – Switch Player

“It shouldn’t be a surprise in 2017 to get a licensed game that’s not irredeemable, but Cars 3: Driven to Win is actually alright. It’s hard to heartily endorse on a console that has Mario Kart 8: Deluxe on it, but if you’re hankering for yet more arcade-racing, this is a decent enough game especially…

Jump Stars review – OPM

“When you’ve got the likes of The Jackbox Party Pack available to you, a party game has to be pretty good to make you part with some hard earned cash. While Jump Stars isn’t “bad”, it’s short on things to keep you coming back and lacks a little polish. It’s not one to avoid at…

Splatoon 2 review – GodisaGeek

“There’s no question about it: Splatoon 2 is better than the first game. But it could have been one of the best games of the year. Ignoring the justified complaints aimed at the first game has cost Splatoon 2 a chance at being one of the best multiplayer experiences available anywhere. At first, you’ll love…

Tokyo 42 review – GamesMaster

“With an exquisite visual design that is impossible to ignore, some games can capture our hearts and minds in a second. Often the key, though, is whether or not there’s anything under the surface. Beauty may only be skin deep, but in SMAC Games’ case, the arresting visuals are hiding something far more exciting underneath:…

New Nintendo 2DS XL Review – GodisaGeek

“The question I have been asked recently is “which 3DS should I buy?” and I suppose to that end, while it may not be exciting, purely because we’re almost certainly approaching the tail end of the life cycle, the New Nintendo 2DS XL is the one I’d recommend. It’s light and looks great, includes Amiibo…

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia review – GamesTM 188

“It’s strange and confusing to understand, but as a remake, Echoes presents what may be initially considered a more shallow experience, when really it’s just different. Removing some of the depth has made Shadows of Valentia feel more accessible than ever, but it’s also still familiar to any fan of turn-based RPGs. Every Fire Emblem…

Astro Duel Deluxe review – SwitchPlayer

“It’s by no means bad, but Astro Duel Deluxe suffers because of the lack of an online option, and it just doesn’t have enough variety to keep you entertained for long.” Read the full review on SwitchPlayer and support via Patreon.

WipEout Omega Collection review – Stuff.tv

“A visually arresting collection of the final few WipEout titles that will bring the series to a new audience, while reminding the rest of us how ahead of its time Studio Liverpool’s series truly was.” Read the full review on Stuff.tv

Impact Winter review – GodisaGeek

“Impact Winter is a strange one, because it left an impression enough for me to say “Hey, this is pretty cool in some ways”, but it also feels unfinished. There’s plenty of content and it’s not like the game crashes all of the time, but the menus feel awkward (especially with a controller), and once…

Dark Souls III: The Ringed City review – GamesMaster

“As the undisputed king of a genre, it’s time for From Software’s series to finally come to a conclusion. After three games, multiple updates, expansions, and a million YouTube lore videos, it’s time to see if our Ashen One can bow out on a high note or a rotten one. Starting in a Dreg Heap…