Games Reviews

19 September 2020

Review: Trover Saves the Universe on Oculus Quest

Initially released all the way back in May 2019, we finally got the chance to check out Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland's video game creation Trover Saves the Universe when we got our ...

18 September 2020

Review: Beat Saber on Oculus Quest

After getting to grips with the Oculus Quest and having a look through the countless virtual reality experiences available, we got the opportunity to check out one of the platform's most ...

15 September 2020

The Sims 4 Star Wars: Journey to Batuu review

Following the addition of Star Wars clothing and even Baby Yoda to The Sims 4, fans wondered just how long it would be until an official expansion pack would be unveiled. That came ...

14 September 2020

For The People review: A great addition to the interactive visual novel genre

There's something extremely satisfying about visual novel video games. Making choices that first appear small lead to massive consequences, with branching narratives and countless unique pathways offering up a lot ...

7 September 2020

Terrorarium review: Not as fun as it sounds

On paper, Terrorarium sounds like one of the funniest games in existence. You play as a small little space granny who's determined to see her name up in lights, by winning ...

3 September 2020

We review the latest addition to the EPOS | SENNHEISER GSP 600 Series, the GSP 602

The end of August not only ushered in a new season, but saw EPOS reveal a pair of brand new gaming headsets as part of their EPOS | Sennheiser 600 ...

15 August 2020

Review: Is new Paper Mario sequel The Origami King worth the purchase?

Six instalments deep, it was always going to be a challenge for Nintendo to impress with their latest addition to the Paper Mario series, The Origami King. Still, as one ...

11 July 2020

The Last of Us Part II reviewed: Is the highly-anticipated sequel the best game ever?

It’s no secret that the gaming world has been foaming at the mouth for any sign of life when it came to the much-anticipated sequel to 2013 smash hit The ...

23 March 2020

Review: Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Guys… we might have another contender for Game of the Year on our hands. Just days after posting our review for the excellent DOOM Eternal, we’re bringing to you another ...

20 March 2020

Review: DOOM Eternal

I’ll come straight out and say it: DOOM Eternal will undoubtedly be in the running for Game of the Year. Published by Bethesda Softworks from developer id Software, the highly-anticipated ...

7 March 2020

Review: Murder by Numbers

When I was younger, I wanted to be a criminal lawyer. Spending countless hours in the role of 'Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney' had left me under the impression that it was ...

11 February 2020

Review: Journey to the Savage Planet

It's fair to say that the premise of Journey to the Savage Planet is one we've seen many times in the past. In previews and teasers, it looked as if the ...
10 February 2020

Review: 7th Sector

I'm someone who prides myself on being able to work my way around puzzle games with relative ease. Perhaps the most challenging one I've ever faced is The Witness, which was ...
30 January 2020

Review: SuperEpic

In a modern world where the joys of retro video gaming is primarily left to re-released classic consoles, it's always a joy to find a brand new title that throws ...
27 January 2020

Review: The Sims 4 Tiny Living Stuff Pack

There has been quite the trend of members of the Sims 4 community putting together their best tiny living creations and sharing them with the world in the public gallery. ...

24 January 2020

Review: Jurassic World Evolution: Return to Jurassic Park

Friends! How have you been? Big apologies for not bringing you the review for Jurassic World Evolution: Return to Jurassic Park earlier, but it has been a super busy few weeks. Still, this is a title that deserves ...
7 January 2020

Headliner: NoviNews should be celebrated for being something different [REVIEW]

Right now, we live in a time where we're forced to question everything we read in the news. Are those editing the newspapers, magazines and online websites from which we ...
5 December 2019

Pokémon Sword and Shield review

When it comes to video game franchises, Pokémon is right up near the top amongst some of the best who have made the biggest impact. So, to hear the first week ...

28 November 2019

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is Game of the Year material [REVIEW]

The past few years haven't been great when it comes to Star Wars video games. Star Wars Battlefront II especially was stung with controversy upon release, with developers forced to flip the script on ...
28 November 2019

Superliminal is a lot of ridiculous fun, with an instantly-interesting narrative [REVIEW]

As a big fan of puzzle games, seeing the trailer for Superliminal really got me excited. It looked unlike anything I'd ever played before, with a dark narrative teased behind the ...

19 November 2019

Death Stranding is the hardest game I've ever had to review, but here goes...

Ever since its initial reveal, all the way back in 2016 at E3, I've been excited to get to grips with the world created by Kojima Productions and director Hideo Kojima, ...

16 November 2019

Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy Deluxe Edition review

For those of you who don’t know Professor Layton and his series of Nintendo games… educate yourselves! Which rock have you been living under? He’s been front-and-centre of some of ...

15 November 2019

Need For Speed Heat cranks it up to fifth gear [REVIEW]

The police are on my tail. I'm fifth in a race that had six drivers to start with, but saw one skip out when they felt the pressure of the ...

15 November 2019

Planet Zoo is the best construction and management simulation to-date [REVIEW]

For the past week or so, I've been as close as I think I'll ever be to getting into the heads of all those who work behind-the-scenes at a zoo. ...