Super Crush KO Review

Developed and Published by: Vertex Pop Inc. Platforms: Nintendo Switch (Reviewed), PCRelease Date: Out Now! You know, sometimes games are just straightforward, distilled fun. Yes, I know, a revolutionary concept, right? Super Crush KO is a fantastic example of this, with a sharp, short story, a strong visual flair and energetic, absorbing combat platforming. It's … Continue reading Super Crush KO Review

Catherine: Full Body Review

Developed and Published by: AtlusPlatforms: PlayStation 4 (Reviewed), PlayStation Vita (Japan Only), Nintendo SwitchRelease Date: Out Now! Well, this is a review that has been a long time coming - that's right, I'm actually finishing something in my drafts folder! Catherine: Full Body, the remaster of cult 2011 hit Catherine, took up quite a bit … Continue reading Catherine: Full Body Review

Resident Evil Village Review

Developed and Published by: CapcomPlatforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 (Reviewed), Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PCRelease Date: Out Now! Well, then, here we are; Resident Evil Village is out, and as the influx of Resident Evil content on this page might've suggested, it's a game I was very excited for! So, now I've played it, … Continue reading Resident Evil Village Review

Resident Evil Review

Developed and Published by: Capcom Platforms: GameCube, Wii, Switch, PlayStation 4 (Reviewed - via Resident Evil Origins Collection), PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC Release Date: Out Now! It's finally here; it's the week of Resident Evil Village releasing, so I thought I would move up my usual weekly post by a … Continue reading Resident Evil Review

Resident Evil 5 Review

Developed and Published by: Capcom Platforms: Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 (Reviewed), PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Nvidia SHIELD TV Release Date: Out Now! With the upcoming release of the eagerly-anticipated Resident Evil Village, the next mainline entry into the survival horror series, I've felt inspired to continue where I left off with my … Continue reading Resident Evil 5 Review

Zombie Army 4: Dead War Review

Developed and Published by: RebellionPlatforms: Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 (Reviewed), Xbox One, PC, StadiaRelease Date: Out Now As I have mentioned before, multiplayer can be a key selling point for games that might otherwise pass you by. In particular, this has been the case over the last year of lockdowns and isolation, where a communal … Continue reading Zombie Army 4: Dead War Review

Thoughts on God of War: #MaybeInMarch 2021

As a sequel of sorts to the #LoveYourBacklog event in February, Ace Asunder and Later Levels also created #MaybeInMarch - this is where you select a game from said backlog and commit to it for the month. I chose God of War, a game I bought back in 2018 but for some reason continually put … Continue reading Thoughts on God of War: #MaybeInMarch 2021

Mario Strikers Charged Football Review

Developed by: Next Level Games Published by: Nintendo Platforms: Nintendo Wii, Nintendo Wii U Release Date: Out Now! The first Mario football game - Mario Smash Football on the GameCube - was distinctive in how, well, un-Mario it was. Whilst sports spin-offs such as Mario Kart involve taking out your opposition and claiming victory through … Continue reading Mario Strikers Charged Football Review

The Medium Review

Developed by: Bloober Team Published by: Bloober Team SA Platforms: Xbox Series X/S (Series S Reviewed), PC Release Date: Out Now! Sometimes, you just get a feeling from a trailer or pre-release marketing that a game may resonate with you. For example, I recall it happening for Celeste, and now it has occurred again with … Continue reading The Medium Review

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review

Oh hey there! Before we get into the review proper, just a quick note. This review is taken from my WCRReviews Blogger site, which I ran back nearly a decade ago. Now I have returned to more frequent writing, I thought it would be a good idea to unify that site with this one by … Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Review