Game Reviews

Super Bomberman R review

Some comparisons can cut both ways. Super Bomberman R, an unlikely revival for Hudson Soft’s classic series as it celebrates its 33rd anniversary, feels like the product of another age. In its power pop colour and with its kernel of proven multiplayer brilliance, it’s every inch a forgotten Dreamcast classic that’s been freshly unearthed. With […]

Snipperclips review

In many ways, Snipperclips is the perfect proof-of-concept for Nintendo’s Switch. It isn’t much of a technical showcase, but it’s a wonderful advert for the console’s flexibility as a multiplayer and social device. It’s easy to set-up (just split the Joy-Cons and go) and perfect for an impromptu gaming session: you don’t need a lot […]

Stories Untold review

Editor’s note: Emily discusses the premise of each Stories Untold episode below. If you’d rather not spoil things for yourself, play before reading. We’re nearly two decades into the new millennium, but so much of our cultural identity is still lodged somewhere in the latter half of the 20th century – the retro synths of […]

1-2-Switch review

In hopeful pitches delivered to panels of drab-suited, stern-mouthed men, game-makers will refer to their games as being ‘platform agnostic’. It’s a way to make a game more attractive to publishers; the fewer features unique to a particular console a game utilises, the farther it can travel and the greater the potential audience. This commercial […]

Nintendo Switch review

By Thomas Morgan Published 01/03/2017 Nintendo Switch is the most powerful dedicated gaming handheld ever made, but the challenges facing it are considerable. It’s a hybrid device battling on three fronts: firstly, as a successor to the ill-fated Wii U. Secondly, as a pricier, high-tech sibling to the portable 3DS. And finally, as Nintendo’s first, […]

Take on Mars review

My favourite thing about Take On Mars is that you can use your PDA to take selfies. This may sound like a weird and pointless feature, and in a lot of ways it is. But when you’re alone on an entire planet that will passively murder you for making the slightest mistake, the ability to […]

Nintendo Classic Mini NES review

Nintendo’s Classic Mini NES is a sleek, miniaturised version of the classic console that mimics the look and feel of the original hardware to great effect. Costing £50/$60 (with prices currently inflated to over double that owing to stock shortages) it comes complete with a single controller, and it’s preloaded with 30 classic games. It’s […]

Sony Platinum Wireless Headset review

Sony’s new Platinum Headset is the new upgrade to the excellent Wireless Headset 2.0 released three years ago, known as the ‘Gold’ headset in North America. The new offering is an accomplished piece of hardware based on more robust build materials, notably featuring higher quality 50mm speaker drivers, along with a unique 3D ‘object-based’ surround […]

Google Pixel review

When Google announced the Nexus One back in 2010 it marked an important turning point for the company’s Android mobile operating system. While Google’s vision had always been different to Apple’s – the aim being to create an OS standard that other hardware manufacturers could support, like Microsoft’s Windows platform on computers – what was […]

Assassin's Creed film review

Like his shiny set of Assassin blades, Michael Fassbender dual-wields the main roles in Assassin’s Creed – those of present day thug Callum Lynch and Spanish Inquisition ancestor Aguilar. It means Fassbender is always the film’s focus, the sharp end of its blade designed to ensure Ubisoft’s biggest gaming series penetrates ever further into the […]

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