Reviews

Doom Eternal

Chances are, if you’re reading this review, you know what you’re getting into with Doom Eternal. This hellishly fast shooter launched on PC and consoles in March 2020 and has only just arrived on Nintendo Switch in all its gory glory. Therefore, in this review, we won’t go into too much detail about the critical […]

Reviews

Tennis World Tour 2

Tennis has also officially restarted after the lockdown: with the first Grand Slam of Flushing Meadows that crowned the Austrian Dominic Thiem and with the Internazionali di Roma who had deluded us after the unexpected exploit of four Italian players who surprisingly advanced in the main draw, Tennis World Tour 2 promises to restart this […]

Reviews

Kirby Fighters 2

Kirby Fighters 2 was a surprise to everyone. Including Nintendo, which accidentally published the game on the eShop earlier than expected: at that point, after being quickly removed from the list, it was made available again along with the launch trailer. The “damage” was now done anyway, so we immediately fly in to see if […]

Reviews

Lost Ember

After three years of waiting, Mooneye’s long-suffering project Lost Ember is finally out, offering players one of the most meditative and interesting adventures of 2020. Similar in atmosphere and emotions to the brilliant Journey, the story of Lost Ember raises important questions of love, loyalty, hate, pride and responsibility for actions. In the role of […]

Reviews

Struggling

Every now and then we come across games that escape convention, and Struggling (the first development from independent studio Chasing Rats) goes off the scale. It’s a 2D platformer full of puzzles, but that description doesn’t do it justice. It is also a repulsive, ingenious, exciting and frustrating game in equal parts … Struggling is […]