Webbed review - Effortlessly playful
From Queensland-based studio Sbug Games, Webbed is delightfully playful in both its design ethos and core mechanics.
Battlefield 2042 Review - Everything and nothing
Battlefield 2042 attempts to distil everything about what first-person shooters have become in recent times, while also not committing to…
Sable Review: A Diamond in the Rough
Sable's non-linear structure is liberating, letting you explore at your own whim. But its many technical issues contrive to hinder…
Hoa Review - A gorgeous slice of escapism
Beautiful and minimal, Hoa proves that you don’t need clever puzzles or wild combat to succeed as a platformer.
Review: Wrestledunk Sports sparks party-like joy, even amidst a pandemic
The South Australian-made Wrestledunk Sports pits players against each other in games that can leave everyone roaring with laughter.
Twelve Minutes Review - Mistaking shock for substance
An A-list Hollywood cast can't help the fact that Twelve Minutes ultimately has nothing of value to say.
Review: Game Builder Garage helps you fail at game development, and that's great
Nintendo's latest game creation tool is defined both by the Switch's limitations and the impressive breadth of creative expression it…
Overboard! Review - A delightful reversal of the murder mystery
A whodunnit where youdunnit, Overboard! is a remarkably fresh, clever take on the time-worn mystery genre.
Review: New Pokemon Snap is picturesque, approachable, and fatally incurious
This adorable redux offers plentiful opportunities for cuteness, but not imagination, writes Jini Maxwell.