Lumo review (Vita)

When Lumo was announced, we were immediately enthusiastic about this nostalgia-filled romp through a world brimming with references to pop culture and videogames. We had to wait a little longer for the Vita release to arrive, but now that it’s here we’ve taken it for a spin. Here are our thoughts on this new game by industry veteran Gareth Noyce. Continue reading “Lumo review (Vita)”

DrinkBox Collection review (Vita)

DrinkBox Studios might very well be the most successful Vita developer yet, if you consider the fact that they’ve only released three games and they were all extremely well received. With an average review score of about 85/100, they have some of the best Vita games ever under their belt. The exciting news is that those games have now been bundled together in the DrinkBox Collection, available for a reduced price in the Playstation Store. Here’s a quick look at what’s inside. Continue reading “DrinkBox Collection review (Vita)”

Mordheim: City of the Damned – Witch Hunters review (PC)

In our Mordheim review earlier this year, we talked about how we enjoyed the game’s deeply strategic kind of gameplay and how the complexity of the game might require a longer learning period. How, adding to the complexity, the Witch Hunters DLC has arrived. Continue reading “Mordheim: City of the Damned – Witch Hunters review (PC)”