Reviews

Reviews on the latest games released!

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Review – Jedi Business

May the Force be with you as LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is here! The newest LEGO game promises to be the most ambitious ever, with large, open-world spaces and hundreds of characters. Given that it follows one of the most popular franchises of all time in Star Wars, it is a match made in heaven. However, is LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga a game worthy of your attention, or is it only a a mere LEGO movie franchise game.

Tiny Tina`s Wonderlands Review – A Not-So-One-Shot Adventure

Gearbox creates another game in the Borderlands universe and this time it brings something special to the industry. We tested it on PlayStation 5, and you can read our final impressions below. After the major impact that the DLC to Borderlands 2 – Tiny Tina`s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-shot Adventure – had, a separate, self-contained, standalone game has emerged. It is called, in short, Tiny Tina`s Wonderlands. The game has a very good selling point to D&D fans around the world (including me) for its theme alone.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Review – Weaving Lights

Ghostwire: Tokyo is maybe the last game Bethesda Softworks is going to publish on PlayStation. Before Microsoft bought Bethesda, the publisher was working on two major exclusive titles for PlayStation. One of them was Deathloop and the other was Ghostwire: Tokyo. Now that they finished these two projects it is highly unlikely that they will launch a game on PlayStation again. The team behind Ghostwire: Tokyo is Tango Gameworks, known for the The Evil Within series.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land Review – Cute and Insatiable

The pink hero has arrived. Kirby and the Forgotten Land is the most recent installment in the long-running series starring the hungry creature. This entry aspires to be the most ambitious yet, with an expanded and explorable 3D environment as well as familiar and new skills for Kirby. Is it, however, a tasty platformer (pun intended), or does the pink eater fall short of greatness?

Tunic Review – A Foxy Hidden Gem

Aside from AAA releases throughout the year, we always need an unexpected indie game. That game is Tunic. It is a game inspired by renowned gaming series such as The Legend of Zelda and Dark Souls that pays respect to a bygone era. Is Tunic, on the other hand, up to the high standard set by other games in its genre, or is it merely a rip-off?