Red Dead Redemption 2 review – Stuff.tv

“Red Dead Redemption 2 has a lot to live up to, not least because it includes people and places from the previous – and much beloved – game. It’s a strange beast, this one: enormous, glorious-looking, and boasting some of the best voice acting ever committed to the medium.” Read the full review on Stuff.tv

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 review – Stuff.tv

“It was a risky move going completely online, but Black Ops 4 delivers blockbuster shooting in a package fit to burst. There’s something for everyone here, just be prepared to die plenty.” Read the full review on Stuff.tv

FIFA 19 review – Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“Heaving with content and impressing on the pitch where it counts, this is the best FIFA has been in years, and I won’t deny I’m more than a little in love with it. The highest praise I can give is that I wasn’t expecting to say that this year. Well played, EA.” Read the full…

Broforce (Switch) review – Trusted Reviews

“Whether you take the “Bro” elements for what they are, which is to say a daft gimmick to add an extra layer to a fun, challenging, carefully crafted love letter to the 80s, is up to you, but nothing about Broforce is serious bar the difficulty and dedication to the bit. If you’re the type…

Pool Panic review – Trusted Reviews

Bizarre and interesting; perhaps the quintessential Adult Swim-published game in that respect, but ultimately this one is merely just a decent game that may be guilty of thinking being strange is the same as being funny. Pool Panic shows promise but is more surface than feeling. It’s great it exists, however, if only to prove…

WarioWare Gold review – GamesTM

“It must be a bitter pill to swallow being Wario. You see Mario constantly fail to protect his beloved princess, being forced to rescue her time and time again, and really, the only thing that makes you a “bad guy” is that you eat too much garlic and are a greedy guy. I mean, is…

We Happy Few review – Stuff.tv

“Exploring We Happy Few’s dark story and world is a quite the trip, but sadly just isn’t a fun enough experience to heartily endorse” Read the full review on Stuff.tv

Octopath Traveler review – VideoGamer

“What Square Enix’s charming offering has shown me is that there may be thirty JRPGs released every year, but there are very few that bend and shape ideas the way this one does. It may have flaws, but the heart of this one is bursting with delights if you invest the time. Octopath Traveler may…

The Crew 2 review – VideoGamer

“Despite the tone, despite the irritants that will stop you giving hours to it at a time, The Crew 2 isn’t a bad game; I can’t stress that enough. Sure, it’s well made, but it’s uninspiring and, too often, just boring, eschewing the Inception-like world bending the pre-release trailers promised for simple street racing, a…

Hollow Knight review – VideoGamer

“It’s deep and rewarding, but also brooding and destructive. It’s a shame that, very occasionally, the precise platforming is ruined with a random push of the jump button registering a second too late; resulting in damage from spikes, but you can’t have it all, I suppose.” Read the full review on VideoGamer.

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit review – VideoGamer

“There are some heart-wrenching moments and there are poorly executed ones, but as a palette cleanser from Chloe and Max’s story, and something to tease season 2 of Life is Strange, it does its job. I’m just not sure where Captain Spirit himself fits into a full season, and it’s possible there may even end…

Mario Tennis Aces review – VideoGamer

“Mario Tennis Aces is a lot of fun away from that Adventure Mode because the mechanics are deep enough to offer a game with longevity in multiplayer. Nintendo has listened here, and made a better game than last time, but the difficulty in that single player mode really does sour things.” Video also produced for…