Friday, 31 Mar 2023


No Man’s Sky PSVR 2 Review: Jumping to Hyperspeed

No Man’s Sky added PSVR 2 support to coincide with the headset’s launch last month, but how does the space sim hold up on the new headset? Read on for our full No Man’s Sky PSVR 2 review.  After a rocky start with its initial launch in 2016, Hello Games’ procedurally generated space sim No […]

Octopath Traveler II Review – Two Is Better Than One – Game Informer

In an age where remakes and retro-inspired projects try recreating what classic games of old felt like, Octopath Traveler II accomplishes something impressive. Despite being rooted in modern design with a host of conveniences, it effortlessly captures the spirit, style, and sense of adventure of the best RPGs from the SNES era, while still innovating […]

Wild Hearts Review – A Bountiful Hunt – Game Informer

Wild Hearts may seem similar to Monster Hunter and other hunting genre games, but its focus on constructing gadgets in a world steeped in Japanese folklore and feudal-era Japan help it carve its own identity. Like Monster Hunter, you track big game, craft new armor and weapons, and do it all over again. But the […]

Wild Hearts is an epic Japanese inspired monster hunter battle game on PS5

Fans of the Monster Hunter games and Soulslike titles will dig this new fighter hit. You play a hunter in ancient feudal Japan who is able to wield magical abilities called Karakuri to conjure up crafted basic machines to help you battle giant beasts. So one minute you might use your technology to build three […]

Psychonauts 2's Development Chronicled In 32-Part Documentary Series

2 Player Productions, the film crew behind the acclaimed Double Fine Adventure! series chronicling the making of Double Fine Productions’ Broken Age, has suddenly released a new documentary series following the development of Psychonauts 2. Best of all, you can watch every episode right now.  The series, called PsychOdyssey, consists of a whopping 32 episodes, all of […]

Hi-Fi Rush Review – Riff City – Game Informer

Hi-Fi Rush occupies an increasingly rare space in the big-budget video game industry: that of colorful, goofy, and light-hearted titles. For its 10 or 11-hour runtime, it has more in common with a Saturday morning cartoon than a thin attempt at gritty, prestige television, like most triple-A games these days, and that’s easily its biggest […]