Kaan Serin

My earliest gaming memories come from playing Pokemon Crystal on the Game Boy, Kingdom Hearts on the PS2 and most importantly Halo 3 on the Xbox 360. I've pretty much played video games everyday since and still get excited about what's to come.

Stay connected:

Latest Articles:

Looking Back to 2017 and the slippery, slithery Snake Pass

Snake Pass is a game that dares to be different. It asks players to engage with it in a way that few games do: forget everything you know about any game you’ve played and relearn it to discover something completely new.

Looking back to 2012 and the polarizing ending of Mass Effect 3

We can’t talk about Mass Effect 3 without talking about its polarizing ending. And when I say it’s polarizing, I mean it was pretty much the most controversial thing in nerd culture at the time.

Ghostrunner receives a next-gen update on Xbox Series X|S and PS5

Ghostrunner originally launched in October 2020, but in true parkour fashion this game cannot be stopped, dashing from strength to strength. Ghostrunner’s next dash delivers a hefty next-gen update on Xbox Series X|S and PS5, available today!

Sable Review

A few rough edges do not stop Sable from being a one-of-a-kind adventure about finding yourself while alone in the big wide world. I hope Sable can fix its technical issues soon, because what’s underneath is a game full of discovery, tiny nuggets of wisdom and a plethora of ways to customise your insanely cool hover bike.

Hades releases on Xbox One, Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Xbox Game Pass

Supergiant Game’s Hades launched in 2020 on the Nintendo Switch and PC as one of the year’s biggest indie hits, receiving widespread critical acclaim. The beloved roguelike has finally made its to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4 and PS5 today. Oh, and Xbox Game Pass too.

Microsoft Flight Simulator Review

Like any hardcore simulation game, Microsoft Flight Simulator is simply not made for everyone. The lengths to which the game goes to accurately recreate cockpits, dials, and the general controls of aircraft is astonishing and this commitment to realism will hook aircraft buffs. But outside of some occasional digital tourism, more casual pilots might not have much to latch onto here.

July 2021 has been one of the best months for Xbox Game Pass additions

Xbox Game Pass continues to go from strength to strength, but perhaps no month has been as strong for the service as the one which has just gone by. In fact, July 2021 has been an absolute cracker for Game Pass enthusiasts, with a ton of new games added to the scheme. But what were the best and which should you be playing right now?

The Ascent blasts onto Xbox, Game Pass and PC

The Ascent is the newest action-RPG shooter launching exclusively on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Game Pass.

Trigger Witch shoots ’em up on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch

Trigger Witch is a pixel shoot-em-up with a bloody twist, out now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and the Nintendo Switch.

Microsoft Flight Simulator lands on Xbox Series X|S

Microsoft’s longest running franchise made its big return last summer when it established itself as a tech juggernaut on PC. It was so jaw-dropping it wasn’t clear if it could even make a safe landing on console. Thankfully, while it’s missing on Xbox One, Microsoft Flight Simulator has finally dropped the landing gear and navigated to Xbox Series X|S as one of the few next-gen exclusives since the new consoles launched.

Observer: System Redux hits Xbox One and PS4

The futuristic horror experience of Observer initially released in 2017 on PS4, Xbox One and PC. In November 2020 the game received a System Redux upgrade for the Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC, which bought next-gen optimisations to the game along with a handful of other improvements. Now, Xbox One and PS4 players can make their way back to the world of Observer with that System Redux edition in tow, all available digitally and physically.

Discover the short narrative of Where the Snow Settles on Xbox and PC

In one of the hottest summers in recent memory, Myriad Games’ narrative indie game is here to remind us of a time that was less scorching. Are you ready to discover a place Where the Snow Settles?

The Sims 4 takes in some Cottage Living

The Sims 4’s newest expansion is available now, and it’s perfect for those looking to escape the busy urban life as we get the chance to take in some Cottage Living.

Death’s Door opens on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC

Published by Devolver Digital and developed by Acid Nerve – from Titan Souls fame – is Death’s Door. It’s available now on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One through the Xbox Store for £16.74 and PC via Steam for a similar price.

Cris Tales delivers love letter to classic RPGing to Xbox, Game Pass, PlayStation, Switch and PC

Cris Tales, a love-letter to classic RPGs, is available now on all major platforms.

Death’s Door Review

Death’s Door on Xbox is fantastic. Its mysteries are alluring, its world is uniquely sensitive and funny, its combat is harsh and fast. It feels like stepping into a dream space with all of its fantastical designs, elevated by one of the best soundtracks of the year. From almost every perspective, Death’s Door is a game that compels you to keep playing. You’ll be powerless to say no.

The power of Xbox Game Pass increases with 3 further game additions

Surprise, surprise. Xbox Game Pass continues to grow with new additions hitting the service, today. As sure as the sun, another month means Microsoft slides more games into the service, and inevitably, takes some out.

The red-hot Bloodroots launches on Xbox One, Series X|S and Game Pass

Originally released on PC, Switch and PS4 in 2020, the fast-paced action of Bloodroots is finally available on Xbox via Xbox Game Pass or the Xbox Store.

Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! Review

On one hand, Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! delivers an unbelievably surprising, chilling and suspenseful story. On the other hand, it will be a slog for those who don’t enjoy sifting through dialogue for 3-4 hours. Regardless, this is a story every seasoned gamer should at least try to experience.

Follow Us On Socials


Our current writing team



Set in the heart of Singapore, Totally Spies! – Cyber Mission is detailed and dated

Totally Spies! - Cyber Mission is a brand new story set in the world of the new season 7 of the Totally Spies! series, playable in October on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Forza Horizon 5 Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges Guide Series 34 – Summer

More new cars, and even a new radio station to get us in the mood are on offer with Series 34 of the Forza Horizon 5 Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges as we move into Summer.

Become the lord of your domain in Crown Wars: The Black Prince on Xbox, PlayStation and PC

Fancy yourself as the lord, the overseer, of all? Crown Wars: The Black Prince gives you the tools to do it with release on Xbox, PlayStation and PC. 

Can you Survive on Raft with Xbox and Play Anywhere?

Available right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S with Xbox Play Anywhere support, allowing you to take the game across to PC too, is Survive on Raft.

Forza Horizon 5 Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges Guide Series 33 – Spring

The Apex All-Stars Series come to an end this week in Forza Horizon 5, and as sure as night follows day, I’m here to provide you with the info you need to get your hands on shiny new cars.

Latest Reviews

Cat Pipes Review

Cat Pipes is a neat little puzzler that will allow you the chance to while away an hour or so...

Not Not – A Brain Buster Review

If you're considering spending time with Not Not - A Brain Buster, stock up on the coffee beans now. You're gonna need ‘em.

Athenian Rhapsody Review

Athenian Rhapsody is a twisted game that loves having fun at your expense, but - most of the time - you’re having fun with it.

Paper Trail Review

Paper Trail is so good it’ll make you want to go creating paper planes again…  

Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II Review

​​Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II is nothing short of stunning and more than capable of taking your breath away by some of the set pieces.