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Blind spots in your habits are strange things, aren’t they? Onirim is a game I am so used to playing when I can’t make up my mind, that I simply assumed I had already reviewed it. Today, I correct that oversight.
The Switch is close to the perfect handheld experience. Only the Vita still beats it in some respects in my opinion, even today. HORI has addressed some of the control issues with a new controller for the Switch, but it has some caveats.
Party games are usually great for most people except the host. Organising a bunch of quick games for everyone to play can be really hard on the host. Jackbox Party Packs help take that stress away from the host while leading to some great game nights!
And we are completing the ‘normal’ week with the first review – Tetris 99 version 2!
I don’t know why, but mobile gaming just doesn’t seem to register as games I have played. But Warriors of Waterdeep has been my most played game the last few weeks, so I thought I would talk about it.
Need a really quick to teach and play filler game? 5-Minute Marvel fills that role perfectly.
There is always a debate about what games are gamers ‘must-have buys’. Codenames is one of the few games that makes almost every list. Here’s why.
Sometimes you just want a straightforward little adventure, but you don’t have a party or a lot of time. One Page Dungeons are a great alternative, and the start of a new series is worth a look!
Today I review Lords of Waterdeep a game that is either loved or passed over. Spoiler – I think everyone starting should try it!
Hack into the Nazi’s own systems and use their weapons against them. That is the premise of Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot. But does it deliver?