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Little Nightmares – Review

Little Nightmares – Review

Our childhood was probably one of our most memorable moments in life. It’s the time where you start to discover the little things that are out there in this big world. It is also mentionable that th... Read More »

Site Score
9.5
LEGO City Undercover – Review

LEGO City Undercover – Review

Who can still remember those days when you were a kid and had a carefree life? Where you could play with your collection of LEGO bricks all day long and just create things spawning from your bottom... Read More »

Site Score
8.6
Old Time Hockey – Review

Old Time Hockey – Review

Old Time Hockey is one of the first hockey games that’s also available on PC, so hockey fans: rejoice! However, this isn’t any regular hockey game: in this game you are supposed to hit and fight, ... Read More »

Site Score
6.4
Verdun (Xbox One) – Review

Verdun (Xbox One) – Review

Before the large box office title Battlefield One took the glory of being the World War One game of the century we did not have many games portraying this war. With only a handful of titles that have ... Read More »

Site Score
6.0
Yooka-Laylee – Review

Yooka-Laylee – Review

In 1998 Banjo-Kazooie saw the light on the Nintendo 64 and the player had to control a duo of characters, namely a bear and a bird, who would do rather crazy things together. Both characters used thei... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
Snake Pass – Review

Snake Pass – Review

Admittedly, the Switch has one of the poorest starting lineups a console has ever seen, because Nintendo wanted to surf the hype train the Breath of the Wild was providing them, but if you didn’t ge... Read More »

Site Score
8.4
Styx: Shards of Darkness – Review

Styx: Shards of Darkness – Review

Cyanide has released a third game in the Of Orcs and Men series and a sequel to Styx: Master of Shadows, called Styx: Shards of Darkness. Styx is green, funny and best of all… He’s back! Loade... Read More »

Site Score
8.0
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands – Review

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands – Review

Ubisoft’s games are usually loaded with some politically correct statement about how their games are made by a multicultural team with different beliefs and bla bla bla. Which translates to: we ... Read More »

Site Score
8.5
FlatOut 4: Total Insanity – Review

FlatOut 4: Total Insanity – Review

We all know that videogames often don’t make sense when it comes to their numbering, as FlatOut 4: Total Insanity is actually already the eighth game in the series. Nonetheless, after getting many r... Read More »

Site Score
6.7
LEGO Worlds – Review

LEGO Worlds – Review

It has been many years since the LEGO games weren’t linked to movie franchises, safe for the undercover games. Creative freedom is often not found in the latest batch of titles, except for the fact ... Read More »

Site Score
7.6
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