Wreckfest Review

Reading Time: 3 minutes Expect epic crashes, neck-to-neck fights over the finish line and brand-new ways for metal to bend – These are the once-in-a-lifetime moments that can only be achieved in Wreckfest, with its true-to-life physics simulation crafted by legendary developer Bugbear, who also brought you FlatOut 1 & 2!

Super Mega Baseball 2: Ultimate Edition Review – Nintendo Switch

Reading Time: 4 minutes Super Mega Baseball 2 is the pinnacle of baseball on the Nintendo Switch. Although an easy title to win after the abysmal offerings on the Switch to date, it is a title I think SMB2 will hold for quite some time. Developers, Metalhead, have spotted an opportunity to capitalise on the misdemeanours of baseball games before it and ported their 2018 hard-hitter to the Switch.

Planet Coaster Review

Reading Time: 7 minutes Game Details Title: Planet CoasterDeveloper: Frontier DevelopmentsPublisher: Frontier DevelopmentsWebsite: https://www.frontier.co.uk/ Genre: Management, Building, SimulationPlatform: PCAge Rating: E – Everyone, Crude humour, mild violenceRelease Date: Out Now – 17/11/2016Price: £29.99 – Rapid Reviews UK were very […]

Phantom Doctrine Review

Reading Time: 6 minutes My first thought of Phantom Doctrine is that it bears a close resemblance to games similar to XCOM and other turn-based tactical titles. Although I noticed some issues with graphics and some of the mechanics in the gameplay, these were not enough to deter me from continuing and exploring some of the other strengths I noticed. Gamers who enjoy turn-based tactical games will no doubt find all the usual interfaces here.

Verlet Swing Review

Reading Time: 3 minutes There have been plenty of really crazy, outlandish games out there and I’ve certainly played a few of them. But none of them quite reach the same level of weird as what’s on offer in Verlet Swing. Developed by Flamebait Games, Verlet Swing is an action game where the aim of the game is simple: reach the sphere at the end of each level by swinging from numerous objects.

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Kitten’d Review

Reading Time: 3 minutes I live in a house with four cats. My partner and I are destined to be crazy cat people at this point, so when I saw that a VR game involving kittens had just released, I pounced at the opportunity. Kitten’d pits you against progressively harder levels where you must appease the feline overlords so that your house can remain untarnished.