Author: Nicholas Kennedy

Metroid Dread – review

Playing a game like Metroid Dread kind of feels like travelling through time. The franchise hasn’t had a console entry in the series since 2011, and the past ten years have seen the MetroidVania genre blossom. Thankfully,...

Lost Judgment – review

It’s hard to say whether 2019’s Judgment was always intended to be a standalone story, but we come to you today very pleased that it wasn’t. Lost Judgment is a wonderful extension of the characters and writing that we adored...

Scarlet Nexus – review

Burnt out on cyberpunk stuff yet? Brain implants and the proliferation of technology seems to have become the new ‘zombies happened’ as far as world building goes, but Scarlet Nexus is here to upload a virus to the system....

Resident Evil Village – review

Resident Evil Village finally sees Capcom’s most popular – and arguably iconic – franchise come full circle, taking inspiration from across the entire series history and simmering it down into one tall, loud, ostentatious...

Little Nightmares II – review

There’s something very special about spooky stories with a specific childlike innocence. Threading the needle between the whimsy that Tim Burton built his career on and the kind of spooks that won’t scar you for life is an...

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