Football Manager 2019 returns to Switch later this year

Football Manager 2019 returns to Switch later this year

Sep 1, 2018

With the surprise release of Football Manager Touch 2018 on Switch, this year’s version of the football management sim is set to arrive on PC and mobile platforms on 2nd November, with the Switch version Football Manager Touch 2019 arriving slightly later towards the end of November. The game will include 50 of the biggest footballing countries, along...

1979 Revolution: Black Friday – review

1979 Revolution: Black Friday – review

Aug 13, 2018

Format: Switch (version reviewed), PS4, Xbone, PC, mobile Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Digerati Developer: iNK Stories Players: 1 Site: http://1979revolutiongame.com/ Game code provided by the publisher If you were given the opportunity to make your own videogame, chances are you wouldn’t look to the Iranian revolution of 1979 for...

Back 2 Backlog: Blackwood Crossing, NBA 2K18, Super Mario Run

Back 2 Backlog: Blackwood Crossing, NBA 2K18, Super Mario Run

Dec 11, 2017

Back 2 Backlog is our new, irregular-in-several-senses feature where we put three mini-reviews on one page; reviews of games released over the last year or so that we didn’t cover at the time, but that we now have an urge to say something about. Format: PS4 (version reviewed), Xbone, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: PaperSeven Developer:...

Lightseekers: Worth your money?

Lightseekers: Worth your money?

Nov 20, 2017

  Toys provided by PR The whole toys-to-life thing has always been, if nothing else, an interesting idea. Toys you hold in your hand that feed in to a videogame? Neat. The king in this regard, if you discount Amiibo, seems to be Skylanders; particularly as both Disney Infinity and (more surprisingly) Lego Dimensions have been officially discontinued....

Slither.io toys have wiggled onto the scene

Slither.io toys have wiggled onto the scene

Nov 13, 2017

Ah, Slitherio. Or slither.io, or slither dot ee-ai-ee-ai-oh, or however you choose to pronounce it. Popular with kids and adults alike, the eat ‘em up has enthralled millions with both official games and unofficial rip-offs. Licensed toys might seem like a bit of an odd idea; but, spoiler: they’re actually rather good. I’ll start off with the 8”...

The Inner World: review

The Inner World: review

Apr 13, 2017

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), Xbox One, PC, Mac, iOS, Android Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Headup Games Developer: Studio Fizbin Players: 1 Site: http://www.theinnerworld.de/about_EN.html Game code provided by the publisher Point and click adventure games are almost as old as gaming itself, with titles like Monkey Island, Broken Sword and Beneath a Steel...