Tag: Switch

Unpacking (Impressions)

For the last few days I’ve found that when I’m not working through Halo or Call of Duty Battle Passes I’ve been chilling out and opening boxes in a virtual home. Unpacking, from developer Witch Beam, is one of those games that doesn’t try to push the player […]

A Plague Tale: Innocence (Review)

It might be hard to associate developer Asobo Studio with a horror themed adventure like A Plague Tale: Innocence considering they are also behind Microsoft’s incredibly successful reboot of Flight Simulator but if anything it shows they’re a very flexible team with a lot of talent. I’m really […]

Hades (Impressions)

Despite garnering a huge number of awards, including plenty of game of the year titles, I didn’t get around to playing Supergiant Games’ Hades in 2020. Though it was out on PC I’m still mainly an Xbox gamer and since the excellent Bastion, there hasn’t been another one […]

Night Call (Impressions)

After my positive experience last year with narrative driven games I find myself again playing another one in Night Call, from Monkey Moon and Blackmuffin Studio, which feels more old school in its storytelling approach but wraps it up with some good writing and an appealing presentation. The […]

Coffee Talk (Impressions)

I’m not one for actively trying out purely narrative driven games as they’re usually not my cup of tea (!) but when Coffee Talk by Toge Productions appeared as part of Xbox’s Games with Gold promotion in the last month I had to give it a go. I […]

Minecraft Dungeons (Impressions)

There’s very little to dispute about Minecraft being a gaming phenomenon. With over 100 million copies sold across numerous platforms the build-em-up has a massive following. But can that standing help translate the franchise into different genres?  There’s been Minecraft: Story Mode from Telltale and while not a […]