Neptunia Virtual Stars review (PS4)

The Neptunia franchise is back with a brand new entry! Neptunia Virtual Stars comes out soon for the PlayStation 4 and a few weeks later for PC players on Steam. It’s fully backwards compatible on the PlayStation 5 as well, which is the platform we tested on. Continue reading “Neptunia Virtual Stars review (PS4)”

Port roundup: Pumpkin Jack, Yupitergrad & Overcooked

Pumpkin Jack, Yupitergrad and the Overcooked! All You Can Eat bundle are all heading to new/different platforms this week or in the near future – time to take a look at three of the excellent ports that are coming out. Continue reading “Port roundup: Pumpkin Jack, Yupitergrad & Overcooked”

New Duo Pack offers Quest 2 enhancements

Virtual reality certainly isn’t the cheapest hobby in gaming at the moment, but the Oculus Quest 2 has made it a more affordable option than a new PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X. Still, after picking up the headset it’s always nice if there’s a chance to save a bit of money on the games you want for it. There’s a brand new Duo Pack on the Oculus Store that offers just that, and it contains two excellent titles: Down the Rabbit Hole and Red Matter. Continue reading “New Duo Pack offers Quest 2 enhancements”

Indie Roundup: Horned Knight, Sir Lovelot, Castle Kong & Pachi Pachi on a Roll

It’s another strong week in the indie scene, as we take a look at four new and upcoming releases for various platforms. It’s an especially interesting week if you enjoy knights as your protagonist and retro platforming as your genre of choice. Read on to find out about Horned Knight, Sir Lovelot, Castle Kong and Pachi Pachi on a Roll. Continue reading “Indie Roundup: Horned Knight, Sir Lovelot, Castle Kong & Pachi Pachi on a Roll”

Port Roundup: The Sinking City (PS5) & Peril on Gorgon (Switch)

Between current gen and next gen, PCs and consoles and the Nintendo Switch, we’re seeing a lot of re-releases of games. Scaling a game down or up to suit different technology has always been a thing, but in the current landscape it feels like it’s bigger than ever. Time to bundle them in a new format – the ‘port roundup’. For our first edition, we’re taking a look at the surprise release of The Sinking City for PlayStation 5 as well as the recent release of Peril on Gorgon for the Switch version of The Outer Worlds. Continue reading “Port Roundup: The Sinking City (PS5) & Peril on Gorgon (Switch)”