Dell XPS 15 Review

When objectively using a product for the first time, my initial instinct is to ask myself a simple question; who would be the ideal user? Since 2015, brands have been pushing out 4K laptops in a variety of styles and configurations. My main experience in this realm was with 4k Gaming laptops, which fueled my […]

REVIEW – Speaking Simulator

GREETINGS HUMAN READERS. HAVE YOU, LIKE ME, EXPERIENCED THE DIFFICULTY AND UNPLEASANTNESS OF REGULAR HUMAN INTERACTIONS THAT YOU PARTICIPATE IN BECAUSE YOU ARE A REGULAR HUMAN? WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY A VIDEO GAME ABOUT THESE EXPERIENCES? OF COURSE, YOU WOULD, FELLOW HUMAN, MY RESEARCH INTO HUMANS INDICATES VIDEO GAMES ABOUT SIMULATING REAL LIFE EVENTS […]

REVIEW – Unfamiliar

First laying my eyes on Unfamiliar at PAX Aus 2019, I was immediately drawn to it. Mostly because it was a game about a cat and I am very predictable and easy to please. I bought a copy there and then (they had a great deal with a t-shirt and a game code that doubled […]

REVIEW – AI: Somnium Files

Spike Chunsoft have an amazing track record when it comes to visual novels, with previous series like Zero Escape and Dangan Ronpa being some of the most well written and wildly successful entries in an otherwise niche genre. So, naturally, when they published a new game/visual novel, I immediately parted with my money without even […]

REVIEW – Control

Normally, I have one huge pet peeve when it comes to games, and that is to be thrown in the deep end with little to no context about what’s happening. Especially if that game has an open layout, because that means on top of not getting what’s happening, I get lost a bunch, because as […]

REVIEW – Damsel

Australian games always have a special place in my heart because, quite frankly, we are a country that’s pretty darn good at making games despite the odds being against us. So when the opportunity came up to try out Damsel from Screwtape Studios, I was all for it. Originally releasing in 2018 for PC, Damsel […]

REVIEW – Gato Roboto: Cat in a mech suit? Purrfect!

Did you ever play any of the Metroid games and think “Man. This is okay and I’m having fun but I wish this was a cat in a cool robot suit instead of a woman in a cool robot suit.”? Well, good news! Gato Roboto from doinksoft lets you furfill (ha ha get it) your […]

Review – Rage 2

Rage 2 comes to us from a partnership in development between Avalanche Studios (best known for Just Cause and the Mad Max game), and id Software. It’s also the surprising sequel to 2011’s Rage, a particularly mediocre game that no one thought would ever get a sequel. And yet, here we are. So, is the […]

TAPSONIC BOLD Review

Tapsonic has previously been a series for mobile devices developed by South Korean outfit, Neowiz. Now the latest entry to their series TAPSONIC BOLD is hitting Steam with 82 songs to choose from for a rhythm-based good time. Naturally, the person to review this series is also the person who’s a very casual rhythm game […]

The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr Review – Here be dragons!

The Elder Scrolls franchise is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year! Its online multiplayer game, The Elder Scrolls Online, is debuting a brand new, exciting storyline, with a bunch of new content for players. It’s called Elsweyr. That’s right – players are finally going to get the chance to visit the home of the feline […]