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Solar Ash Review – A Spectacular Space Odyssey

After blowing away gamers and critics with 2016’s Hyper Light Drifter, Heart Machine are back with Solar Ash. Stepping away from the 2D pixel art of its predecessor, this ambitious game glides into the third dimension in an unforgettable odyssey through the interstellar.

Clockwork Aquario Review – Back To The Arcade

The 80s and 90s saw mullet-sporting gamers rush to the nearest arcades to play the latest colorful action platformers. As technology progressed, and games moved to the third dimension, a plethora of titles were shelved for the next craze. After nearly 30 years, Westone has finally dusted off the previously canned, Clockwork Aquario, but will it be more than a nostalgic trip to the 90s?

Hideo Kojima: The Tarantino of Video Games

There are certain creators that have shaped the entire video game industry. Whether it’s due to their innovation with gameplay mechanics, art style or even philosophy, auteurs can be credited as pioneers in the medium. One of which is the incredible Hideo Kojima, so join me as I look at the genius behind the man.

Tunche Review – Fighting Through the Forest

Recently, there has been a resurgence in side-scrolling beat ’em ups, however, modern examples have stuck to conventions. Looking to inject new life into the genre, Tunche has implemented rogue-lite mechanics that add strategy and unpredictability but will this intriguing combination overhaul an aging genre?

Legend of Tianding Review – To Steal From A Thief

There are certain games that tick all the right boxes and this is definitely one of them. With its Manga art style, deep combat system and folklore narrative, Legend of Tianding has the potential to be one of the hidden gems of 2021, but can these separate components combine to create a jewel of the genre.