Moving Out Review (Switch)
Not, as you might think, a game about a Billy Joel song, but instead a glorious knockabout multiplayer romp with surprisingly good single player appeal as well.
Unfamiliar (Steam) Review
Unfamiliar is a delightfully whimsical Australian-produced game for PC or Mac about a magical cat that’s great to simply relax with.
Untitled Goose Game Review (Nintendo Switch)
Untitled Goose Game has a funny name and a funny concept, and while it’s not the longest title you’ll buy this year, you absolutely have to play it.
The one in which I end up with a new… errm… old console.
This is now an old, old story — it happened back in 2008! — but I’m republishing it as I’ve still got said console, and I’m setting it up again for some serious playtime. People throw out the strangest things, something I found out first-hand this morning. It’s council kerbside pickup time — we get […]
PS3 Update: Brick Central?
It’s a running joke that when I switch on my PS3, I have to update something. Except, if reports are accurate, today, when I should perhaps be holding off.
Torchlight for free? I'll take three!
Good Old Games is launching its summer sale in style, offering dungeon crawler Torchlight for the low, low price of nothing.
3DS update allows save backups, adds games to Streetpass
Nintendo has updated the firmware for the 3DS, bringing the capability to save game data for downloadable games, as well as adding a few new features to Streetpass, although you’ll have to pay for some of them.
Kingdom Rush Frontiers Review
The sequel to tower defence favourite Kingdom Rush offers the same sweet gaming action as the original, alongside a slight IAP sting.
Which 3DS eShop and PSN games should you buy?
Over at Kotaku, Alex runs down his personal top five eShop and PSN games.
Which Steam games should you buy?
Everyone’s got an opinion, and you’re not going to be surprised to hear that I do to. Following up in a series, I’ve written about the oddball Steam games that I truly love.