Author: Nicholas Kennedy

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...

Hitman III – review

The grand finale to the ‘World of Assassination’ trilogy, Hitman III saves some of the most breathtaking levels and razor-sharp encounters for last, providing a stunning conclusion to one of the best franchise reboots in recent...

Empire of Sin – review

Do you ever look at the massive empires commanded by the great gangsters of yore – the speakeasies, brothels, black market connections and casinos – and think, ‘Hey! I could do that!’? Empire of Sin gives players their best...

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin – review

Striking an interesting balance between side-scrolling action and farming simulation, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is initially an unassuming package, an illusion that’s wholly shattered the moment players realise how deep this...

error: