A whimsical and quaint experience, marred somewhat by awkward platforming and niggling technical issues. The Finger Guns review:
What could have been a vibrant and futuristic take on roguelikes instead suffers with technical issues and little drive to make it worth pursuing. The Finger Guns review:
A shinier update to the already impressive looking remake from last year, is this worth the graphical (and monetary) leap? The Finger Guns review:
A wacky and quite clever concept, made great with its multiplayer mechanic. But can it hold up without it? The Finger Guns review.
Once in a while a game comes along that reminds you why you love gaming. No dramas, no highly rendered animal anatomy. Just fun. This is it. The Finger Guns review:
A space-faring crafting sim, and a damn pretty one at that. Filled with humour and depth, does Breathedge go too far into crude territory, or strike the right balance? The Finger Guns review:
On its original release back in 2002 (surprisingly), Unlimited Match was considered one of the best in the series. Does that esteem still hold some near-twenty years later? The Finger Guns review:
A simple concept, somehow twisted into something both weirdly calming and downright frustrating. But at least it looks nice. The Finger Guns review:
Offering a well-written and fairly long story, Disjunction is hindered somewhat by its slightly unfair gameplay and unreadable text. The Finger Guns review:
The latest in Milestone’s motorbike catalogue, I got the chance to play a preview build of the upcoming Supercross game. How does it fair against the rest of their library?