Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon review (Switch)

We had to wait a long time for Bayonetta 3, but PlatinumGames surprised us all by announcing and releasing the next game in the series very quick after that. Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon is quite a departure from the first three games though – which were all about visceral combat and a stylish audiovisual presentation. Does the gamble pay off? Here’s our take on this Nintendo Switch exclusive. Continue reading “Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon review (Switch)”

Not For Broadcast VR review (Quest)

Not For Broadcast VR is the virtual reality adaptation of the popular TV station management game, developed by NotGames and published by tinyBuild. In this VR version, as with the original game, you’re put in the shoes of a TV news editor tasked with selecting and broadcasting the news to a live audience. It’s a unique and immersive experience that is sure to please fans of the original game and newcomers alike, and we tested it on a Quest 2. Continue reading “Not For Broadcast VR review (Quest)”

Release roundup: Monster Energy Supercross 6, Romancelvania & Tricky Thief

With Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6, Romancelvania and Tricky Thief we are checking out three very diverse recent console releases – here are closer looks at all three of them. Continue reading “Release roundup: Monster Energy Supercross 6, Romancelvania & Tricky Thief”

Peppa Pig: World Adventures review (PS4)

We usually see a lot Outright Games releases in the last quarter of the year, but with their Justice League game and now Peppa Pig: World Adventures they’re off to an early start in 2023. The new outings of Peppa and her friends are available now for all systems, and we checked out the game on a PlayStation 4. Continue reading “Peppa Pig: World Adventures review (PS4)”