Unravel Review

Unravel was an interesting game before I even pressed “start”, before I even downloaded it, and before it was even release.  After stealing the EA E3 stage show for about 10 minutes and charming the pants of of...

The Slaughter: Act One Review

Well… Here’s a game I wouldn’t shake a screwdriver at. The cocktail that is. When it comes to point and click adventures, darkness works. With a genre that features such simple gameplay, a strong narrati...

Firewatch Review

In our lives, we all run away from things, relationships, commitments, giant flesh-eating crabs. To run away from a situation is one of the most natural things. On an instinctive level, we know when it’s best t...

Calendula Review

There's been a lot of navel gazing going on in video games lately. Many recent titles have explored the role of the player, their relationship with developers, and subverted the conventions we’ve come to expect...

I’ve Been Late Review

Imagine trying to describe the colour red to a man born without sight. How would you go about doing it? You might describe themes commonly associated with the colour, like boiling anger or fiery passion. You co...

Oxenfree Review

Usually games are in a hurry to get you to the good stuff: the superpowers, the shootouts, the platforming.  It’s rare that a game takes a long time with setting up their world or gameplay before getting into t...