A modern roguelite with retro visuals, SYNTHETIK (yes it is capitalised) is a fun but occasionally clunky blast. The Finger Guns review:
The art of throwing a car at speed around tight tracks has never been so much fun. Except when it’s infuriating. The Finger Guns review:
Yet another hat thrown in to the “who can be the most Souls-like” pot, Chronos: Before the Ashes does some things right. But it’s not the smoothest of rides. The Finger Guns review:
The strangest of concepts actually pulls out a decent game in the results. It’s just whether the appeal can last through a few issues. The Finger Guns review:
A genuinely unnerving experience only fractured by the tiniest of technical issues. Warning: it’s got some graphic content in it. The Finger Guns review:
A staggeringly gorgeous game to look at, Pure Pool is a joy to play. But can the extras make up for the lacklustre career mode? The Finger Guns review:
A perfect example of a remaster done right, the only setback is the surprisingly high level of mastery needed to get anywhere. Is that worth pursuing or abandoning the chase…?
It’s got more colour than the actual war did. It’s got the explosions and cool dogfights, what more could you want? Well, how about some longevity that doesn’t dull into repetition…
After a formidable cache of faster, action based games, Transformers has gone turn-based. Fans will lap it up, but anyone else will wonder why this is on console when it looks like a mobile game…
A fun to play and stylish looking throwback to side-scrolling brawlers, but does the gameplay loop get too repetitive after a while?