Little Nightmares 2 Review

Little Nightmares 2 brings more nightmares, more weird CGI claymation horror, more unsettling and gross noises, and for the first time a hand to hold. You play as Mono, a small boy with a paper bag on his head, helped by Six, the

RPG Maker MV Review

The RPG Maker franchise has always given us an easier way to get into game development, which out having to invest is powerful computers, and heaps of coding classes. Now, with RPG Maker MV, it brings that ability to the PS4 and Nintendo

Fitbit Versa 3 Review

The Fitbit Versa 3 offers a range of helpful tools by combining a fitness tracker and a smart watch for the on the go, busy person... Or someone like me who thought it'd be cool to know my resting heart rate and just discovered the rest

Little Women (2019) Blu-ray Review

Greta Gerwig showed us in 2017 that she knows how to make a moving, powerful, and most importantly, realistic female coming of age story when she delivered Lady Bird. So it comes as no surprise that she was called upon to screen write and

Hands on with the DualSense Controller

Let me paint a picture for you. It's a brisk Auckland morning, and I approach an unassuming white villa, in the middle of the street. My temperature is taken via a thermometer gun, and I can go in. I am met with neon blue lights lining the

Infini review

I've always been a big supporter of the idea that video games are a form of art. What that means, however, is that we're bound to get some weird video games occasionally. I'm talking about the melting clocks of Salvador Dali, the yellow

Carrion review

Carrion is a Metroidvania game that, while not reinventing the genre, does turn it on its head. Instead of playing the muscle bound, scantily clad hunk, you play as the amorphous, fleshy blob of a monster. You know, the sort of monster you

Desperados 3 Review

With an appropriately swishy cloaked figure in a Stetson, and the twang of several string instruments, the home page of Desperados III promises good, gunslinging, bounty hunting, cowboy fun. Desperados III is the prequel to 2001s

Trials of Mana Review

The original Trials of Mana came out when every RPG Square spat out seemingly turned into a cult classic, and Trials of Mana is no different. It is well loved, at least in Japan where it actually saw a 1990s release. 2019 saw the

Underhero review

Underhero is a beautiful game, with amazing visuals, music, and story. It is let down however by some poor level design and technical issues that become particularly apparent on the Switch, and even more so in handheld mode.