I played Unpacking over the Christmas holiday in what was probably the most fitting environment. I was staying with my parents, back in my childhood bedroom, sharing with my sister, and surrounded by all of my old university books, CDs and posters, the kind of stuff I couldn’t squeeze into my own place but felt too attached to throw away.That’s pretty much what Unpacking confronts you with. You’re...[Read More]

Katamari Damacy Reroll

The funny thing is, when our editor Gerard asked me to review Katamari Damacy Reroll, I naively thought I was in for a delightful stress-free time. Having briefly played Beautiful Katamari on a friend’s Xbox years back and fondly remembering a colourful experience filled with cutesy bubble-gum objects and a soundtrack befitting a kids TV show, it was an easy sell. But this time, I sat, propped in ...[Read More]

Peaky Blinders: Mastermind

Having played the first few levels, I think I have grasped enough of the mechanics and gameplay to decide if it’s worth playing through, and it wasn’t too bad, but at the same time it isn’t what I would have asked for in a game about gangsters in post-WW1 England. The TV show, which streams on Netflix and is on its fifth season, is filled with sly tactical decisions, discretion, gang violence and ...[Read More]

Untitled Goose Game

If you have been confused by the gaggle of geese filling up your Twitter timeline over the last two weeks then that means you have somehow managed to avoid a little hyped Switch title by the name of, Untitled Goose Game. If that’s you, stop trying to be contrary, go download it and have yourself a joyful two hours of honking good fun. The premise is, you play a goose out to terrorise a quiet Engli...[Read More]