Game Review: Spellspire (Switch)

10tons once again returns to the Nintendo’s hybrid console with another port of a previously released game; this time it is non-other-than Spellspire, a word-themed role-playing-game that sees the player tasked with climbing a tower of 100 levels by defeating enemies using words. Read more of this post

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Game Review: Superbeat Xonic (Switch)


Superbeat Xonic, a music rhythm game based upon the Japanese arcade game Beatcraft Cyclon makes the leap to the Nintendo Switch; but is this a game thats worth putting on repeat or just another one hit wonder? Well let’s find out! Read more of this post

Game Review: Time Recoil (Switch)


Fresh off the heels of Neon Chrome and JYDGE, developer-come-publisher 10tons are back with the twin-stick-shooter Time Recoil; a game which puts the emphasis on speed, precision and skill-shots rather than all out mayhem. So with this being said what can one expect from Time Recoil? Well let’s take a look!

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Game Review: Sonic Forces (PS4)

Sonic Forces marks the debut of a 3D Sonic the Hedgehog game onto next-gen systems; but does it make to provide the same satisfaction as the official fan-made project Sonic Mania? The answer is no, due to how much nostalgia and retro goodness Sonic Mania offered; but from a ‘modern’ concept Sonic Forces is an enjoyable experience. How exactly? Well find out in our review! Read more of this post

Game Review: King Oddball (Switch)

Last year Finland-based-development studio 10tons released Neon Chrome, a top-down cyberpunk sci-fi styled twin-stick-shooter, onto a variety of platforms; and now this charmingly difficult game has arrived onto Nintendo’s hybrid console – the Nintendo Switch! Is this a good thing? Well that all depends if you like Twin-Stick-Shooters; but there is no denying that Neon Chrome finds itself as a welcome addition to the Nintendo hybrid console. Read more of this post

Game Review: JYDGE (Switch)

Earlier in the month Finland-based-development studio 10tons released Neon Chrome, a top-down cyberpunk sci-fi styled twin-stick-shooter, onto the Nintendo Switch; and now the developer have released it’s prequel JYDGE onto the same platform. So; with this being said what does JYDGE offer that Neon Chrome does not? Well for starters a proper single-player campaign but thats just the tip of the iceberg. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Super – Season 1 Part 1

It’s been more than twenty years since Dragon Ball Z ended its initial TV run in Japan, and more than four years since the first continuation to the story, known as Battle of Gods, was released in Japanese cinemas; but now the true continuation to Dragon Ball Z, kown as Dragon Ball Super, is finally making its way to the UK in part instalments.

Introducing Dragon Ball Super – Season 1 Part 1 and today we will be exploring what this set has to offer in our latest review! Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Pokemon: Indigo League – Season 1

The original, the classic and potentially the best series of Pokemon is here courtesy of Manga Entertainment UK’s release of Pokemon: Indigo League – Season 1; but what can you expect from this Blu-ray release of the series? Well let’s take a closer look. Read more of this post

Game Review: Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle (Switch)

NIS America continues to ‘push-out’ the unexpected as the American-based-publisher bring us another Touhou game in the form of Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle and this time it arrives onto the Nintendo Switch as well as the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.  So what can one expect from this unexpected release? Well let’s take a closer look and find out in our review of the game. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal – Season 2

The over-the-top brightly coloured dueling-action continues in the second season release of Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal – Season 2; but what can one expect to receive from Manga Entertainment UK’s release of the set? Well let’s find out! Read more of this post