“In case you hadn’t realised by now, we like this game a lot. It’s a clever refinement to a series that needed a refresh. Like Assassin’s Creed: Origins last year, Ubisoft has taken a beloved series and given it enough attention to make it feel new again.” Read the full review on Stuff.tv
“Konami has delivered an incredibly weird yet strangely compelling game – albeit one with limited appeal. If you’re into the hardcore survival genre, though, there’s definitely something here to feed those self-punishing tendencies.” Read the full review on Stuff.tv
“Impossible to dislike thanks to superb combat and great characters. 80s inspired gaming never felt so good.” Read the full review on GodisaGeek.com
“Bayonetta 2 remains one of Platinum’s best games, and is a treat on Switch just as it was on Wii U.” Read the full review on GodisaGeek.com
“Bluepoint has brought one of the best games to ever grace a Sony console back to life on the PS4, and has done so with tenderness and care.” Read the full review on God is a Geek.
“A sensational platformer with an important story at its heart. Celeste is engaging, rewarding, and reminds us that the reward is worth the hard journey.” Read the full review on God is a Geek.
“If you want simplicity, something that just works with everything, you’d do well to look into Lightwave.” Read the full review on God is a Geek.
“Despite an incredible opening hour, the second half of the game really falls off a cliff, and never quite recovers. If you have PSVR and like Until Dawn, it’s a no-brainer, but it’s not the “more Until Dawn” we all really want.” Read the full review on God is a Geek.
“An exquisite feeling fighter that is both approachable and deep. Time will tell if it has staying power, but it’s the best use of the Dragon Ball Z name in quite some time.” Read the full review on God is a Geek.
“Ultra Sun and Moon feel like the definitive version of an already fantastic game. With plenty to do after the credits have rolled, and new content sprinkled across the story, this is a fitting swansong for Pokemon on the DS family.” Read the full review on GodisaGeek.com
“CoD WWII is a game that wants to have its grizzled, back-to-basics cake and eat it too. For the most part, it gets away with walking this audacious tightrope. Underneath its ultra-visceral graphical polish is the thrilling spirit of arguably the series’ high point: Call of Duty 2. Clichés and marketing buzzwords be damned, but…
“Sure, you’ve got the best of both worlds if you do have a 4K HDR capable TV, but it’s the potential draw of the higher frame rate that impresses.” Read the full review on GodisaGeek.com