Anthros: Animals that think they’re people. They’ve been around a long time, but recently it seems everyone is getting in on the trend. We take a look at some of the most interesting Anthro games on the horizon, and the beginnings of the recent renaissance.
The series progression from mud to snow showcases Saber Interactive’s love for physics-based terrain driving games. A therapeutic if challenging game, it’s something that requires both time and patience. The Finger Guns Review;
Physics glitches, confusing engine noises and a lack of content means Super Toy Cars 2 is a disappointing sequel. The Finger Guns Review;
A clever twist on a classic card game which is then blended with an RPG, Ancient Enemy is a zen yet brooding experience. The Finger Guns review;
WarriOrb is, as it sounds, the story of a warrior who’s also an Orb. But is it platforming heaven, or ball-busting torture. The Finger Guns Review;
Moving Out arrives to join the local party game ranks alongside your family favourites. Does it succeed? The Finger Guns Review;
Hello folks. Throwing in a gentle spoiler warning for this one. Nothing about the ending or major plot points (you can go deep dive into the ending of Final Fantasy […]
Final Fantasy VII Remake was pretty big, but could it have been bigger? If we could choose DLC, here’s what we’re after please, Square-Enix.
Spoiler Alert! You’ve finished Final Fantasy 7 Remake, and you’ve got questions about the ending. I don’t blame you. Let’s take a deep dive.
A beautiful racer that celebrates the past and present of the sport, MotoGP 20 is brilliant – but it would be even better if it eased you in far more gently. The Finger Guns Review;