We review DOOM Eternal which drops you off right where DOOM 2016 finished.
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Published: 6th April 2021
By: Gemma Fisk
Published: 25th March 2021
A roundup of some noticeable new indie title to hit the Nintendo eShop in March.
By: Crispin O'Toole-Bateman
Published: 17th March 2021
Ranch Simulator, dubbed ‘Ranch Sim’ by the developers Toxic Dog, is a simulation RPG for relaxation and escape. If you enjoyed the likes of Valheim or the older Farming Simulator,
Published: 15th March 2021
We review Harvest Moon: One World. A game with a little bit of an identity issue but a lot of fun.
Published: 10th March 2021
Animal Crossing meets Minecraft in Stardew Valley. Experiencing somewhat of a resurgence in popularity, Gemma takes another look with a review of Stardew Valley on Nintendo Switch Lite.
Published: 6th December 2020
It’s hard, really hard, to find games that are genuinely good for all the family, but this is one. This is quick to pick up, fun for a couple of hours, and then maybe left for a bit, but you’ll come back time and time again. Boomerang Fu is a six-player, single screen fun fest, playable by all ages.
Gemma takes a look at FIFA 21 from the perspective of the Girl Gamer. Check out her thoughts the latest FIFA game.
Published: 2nd June 2014
Wolfenstein: The New Order makes me thankful that the Nazi’s never won the war. With all the weird weapons and merciless Nazi robot dogs that would have sprung up, I am glad I don’t have to live on Hitler Crescent and work at Goebbels Inc.
By: Miles Jones
Published: 17th February 2014
For those who have missed Lara Croft and her rather unique physiology – do not despair our Tomb Raiding heroine is back – and back with some serious attitude and
By: Gareth Hunt