Jett: The Far Shore Review - Confronting the Future
JETT: The Far Shore is a sombre and reflective meditation on survival, and the morality of how far we’ll go…
Axiom Verge 2 Review - Engagement is optional
Axiom Verge 2 attempts to create a free-form Metroidvania, but is let down by its lack of variety and incentive…
Deathloop Review - Proving that creativity is the best weapon
Designed around building your confidence and agency, Deathloop succeeds showing you that the most powerful weapon is your ability to…
The Forgotten City Review - Epitomising the storytelling power of games
From Melbourne studio Modern Storyteller, The Forgotten City empowers you with a sense of complete agency, telling a thought-provoking story…
Psychonauts 2 Review: A wonderfully bizarre world
Psychonauts 2 features the same high caliber of fantastically unusual environments and characters that made the original a cult classic.
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles Review: Thrilling legal drama
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is the most narratively and thematically consistent entry to date for the legal drama series.
Chicory Review - Questioning the nature of art and artists with cute animals
Chicory: A Colorful Tale has you revitalise a colourless world. But that task comes with more existential dread than you…
Operation: Tango Review: The perfect spy fiction experience
Operation: Tango's unique approach to cooperative multiplayer creates an exciting spy fiction experience that's never been achieved before.
Backbone Review: A vicious, unpredictable new breed of neo-noir
Backbone is a noir obsessed with change, transformation, and looking inward and out in equal measure.
Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart Review: A window into the future
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart wields PlayStation 5 technology adeptly and push its genre mastery to the limits, but no…