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Argonauts Agency 4: Glove of Midas Review

Not everything that Argonauts Agency 4: Glove of Midas touches turns to gold, but the hand is at least capable of a soothing, cozy massage.

Boxville Review

Boxville may be a world of soggy cardboard boxes and rusty cans, but we found ourselves climbing right in.

Argonauts Agency 3: Chair of Hephaestus Review

Argonauts Agency 3: Chair of Hephaestus is the worst entry in the best series of 8floor resource-management games.

Pirate Bloopers Review

Pirate Bloopers is more-ish fun, until the more-ish becomes less-ish.

Choice of Life: Middle Ages 2 Review

You’d be hard-pushed to find a game as rammed with choices, and as deep as Choice of Life: Middle Ages 2

Super Snake Block DX Review

Snake Block DX might not be the most cerebral of entertainment, but for a couple of hours it has a grip that is hard to shake.

SHMUP Mania Review

SHMUP Mania has the most egregious use of ‘Mania’ in a title that we can recall.

Prisonela DX Review

The independent pieces of Prisonela DX are great. The fault lines appear in the translation to a roguelike.

Chemically Bonded Review

You could randomly pick pretty much any other visual novel and feel less tortured than we were in Chemically Bonded.

Irem Collection Volume 1 Review

We’d encourage you to get a ticket to Irem Collection Volume 1.

Exclusive Interview – Why It’s Happening and Yogscast Games want us to PlateUp!

We grabbed for the apron and sat down with the original developer behind PlateUp!, Alastair Janse van Rensburg, in hope of discovering more about the upcoming Xbox launch. 

Guts ‘n Grunts Review

For all its simplicity, for all its lowest denominator action, Guts ‘n Grunts is kickass.

Ultracore Review

‘Ultra’ is probably overstating it, but any lover of Contra, Mega-Man and Metal Slug will find plenty of value from their purchase of Ultracore.

Hidden Through Time 2: Myths & Magic Review

Hidden Through Time 2: Myths & Magic is more of the same, but it really is a whole lot more, and that more is created with real care.

Solace State Review

We had a deep love for Solace State.

UltraGoodness Review

UltraGoodness may not quite deserve that ‘Ultra’ prefix, but it’s still fine. UltraGoodEnough?

Hell Well Review

Hell Well might be a little too minimalist for some tower defence fans but this is one of the cleverest and most addictive tower defence games.

Green Soldiers Heroes Review

You get fifteen minutes of on-rails shooting where you don’t get to move or even aim - not really. Green Soldiers Heroes does all of this for you, whether you like it or not.

9 new Xbox and Game Pass games you should be playing in January 2024

We're here with 9 of the best new Xbox and Game Pass games you should be playing on your Xbox in January 2024. 

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Unlife Review

If it wasn’t for the control scheme, Unlife could well have had something about it.

Argonauts Agency 4: Glove of Midas Review

Not everything that Argonauts Agency 4: Glove of Midas touches turns to gold, but the hand is at least capable of a soothing, cozy massage.

Boxville Review

Boxville may be a world of soggy cardboard boxes and rusty cans, but we found ourselves climbing right in.

PlateUp! Review

Before PlateUp! released, I never would’ve thought that running a restaurant would make for a fun roguelite game, but I am glad it has proved me wrong.

Cat and Ghostly Road Review

It's the journey from mountain to heaven itself that is the star of Cat and Ghostly Road - highly original and deeply atmospheric to play.