Despite being a more varied and enjoyable outing for the series, Super Destronaut DX-2 is still lacking innovation in a crowded genre. The Finger Guns Review.
A minimalistic puzzle game about creating paradoxes, Induction is as good today as it was in 2017. The Finger Guns Review.
It’s that time again! Here’s a bunch of cool looking indie games that deserve to be on your radar during August 2021.
Little more than a Platinum trophy with a price tag, Funny Truck can barely be considered a “game”. The Finger Guns Review.
A supernatural thriller in the form of a found footage interactive movie, Night Book is a great way to spend an evening. The Finger Guns Review.
It’s time for a video game podcast. Here’s episode 115 of the Finger Guns podcast.
A directionless, shallow, visually confusing experience, Spectrewoods isn’t worth its tiny asking price. The Finger Guns review.
The series’ first foray onto next generation consoles, F1 2021 is the most compelling and varied F1 game in quite some time. The Finger Guns Review.
Filmed during lock down, Night Book is a supernatural horror FMV game from Wales Interactive and Alex Lightman.
A narrative journey through one man’s life, Where The Heart Leads is an absorbing tale with a few niggling issues. The Finger Guns Review.