Tuesday, 25 Feb 2020


The Best PlayStation VR Games of 2019

So it’s the end of the year and what a 12 months it has been for virtual reality (VR) fans. With hardware makers pushing out more and more headsets Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) has taken a far more relaxed approach by letting PlayStation VR continue to do its thing. The headset has had some excellent […]

Stardew Valley’s Massive 1.4 Update: Every Major Change

The new Stardew Valley 1.4 Content Update is finally here for PC as of late last month and for consoles very recently! The update for mobile is estimated to release in January (according to developer ConcernedApe). This update covers many, many changes; here we will be discussing some major changes from the official changelog. Quality […]

Why Slay The Spire Is One Of 2019's Best Games

Today we’re kicking off a limited-run series looking back at some of the best games of 2019. Each video features us playing one of our favorite games of the year with a positive, fun chat about what makes it stand out. First up is Slay The Spire, a card-based roguelike that serves as a master class in satisfying game […]

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Switch Review: Switch Six Shooter

It’s been quite a while since we’ve seen a proper release in the Call of Juarez franchise. Debuting with the eponymously-titled spaghetti western homage in 2005, the series has thus far spawned four titles, all varying wildly in quality, culminating in the 2013 release of CoJ: Gunslinger. A generally well-regarded arcade FPS, Gunslinger served as an […]

TheGamer News Team’s Platformers Of The Decade

Platforming games have clearly withstood the test of time, with great new titles and sequels to beloved franchises continuing to be churned out. We continue our “Best of the Decade” coverage with TheGamer News Team’s Platformers of the Decade! Sam Watanuki – Trover Saves The Universe Trover Saves The Universe may be one of the more recent […]

Breathing Fear Switch Review: Barely Breathing

Developer Atriagames has launched Breathing Fear onto the Nintendo Switch as a port of their PC game. This game used to be listed on Steam, but appears to no longer be purchasable, though the community’s discussions are still available. While the developer describes the game as a nonlinear and scary survival-adventure game, Breathing Fear suffers […]

Polygon’s Game of the Year #4: Baba Is You

Puzzle games, at their best, inspire a certain instant joy when the player is able to see the intentions of the game’s designer in the puzzles. It comes from that nearly audible click that happens when you stop thinking about the game in terms of what you need to do and start understanding how you […]

MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries Review: Bringing Giant Robots Back

PC gamers of a certain generation will remember the name MechWarrior. Decades ago, this was the game franchise that put giant robots on the map. If you’ve played anything that has huge walking mechanized death machines (such as Titanfall or Into the Breach) then it can trace its lineage directly back to MechWarrior. Then, MechWarrior just sort […]

Pokémon Sword & Shield: Leon Has Awesome Fashion

Pokémon Sword & Shield introduced gamers to many new faces — Marnie, Bede, Hop, Team Yell… each one bringing something fresh and interesting to the series. But, none of these characters were as intriguing as the unbeatable Champion, Leon. Not only is he the undeniable savior of Galar, he is objectively the most stylish character […]

Perform Death Defying Leaps on PlayStation VR & Steam With Ski Jumping Pro VR

When it comes to Olympic sports all of them require time, dedication and training. When it comes to danger, however, there are some which outclass the rest, with ski jumping one of the more notable disciplines. Hence why few want to hurtle down an icy track and launch themselves into the air hoping to land […]