Ryan Taylor

Grew up playing the Nintendo 64 where I fell in love with the Legend of Zelda series. As I got older though my console of choice changed, first to PS2, and then finally to the Xbox 360, which I've been playing on for over a decade now. And since my first day booting up my Xbox, I've upgraded consoles and even built a gaming PC. Because at the end of the day I just love gaming.

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Blasphemous 2 Review

If you enjoyed the first Blasphemous, then getting hold of Blasphemous 2 is a given. Everything that was great about the first game has been built on in the second, with nearly all issues addressed.

Rogue Spirit Review

If you are a fan of roguelites then don't rule out Rogue Spirit. It’s not a game for genre newbies, but if you need something different, Rogue Spirit may be for you.

CONVERGENCE: A League of Legends Story Review

CONVERGENCE: A League of Legends Story is definitely geared towards more casual platformer gamers and as far as metroidvanias go, there are better ones out there.

Overloop Review

If you are looking for a casual puzzle-platformer that you can beat in an afternoon, then Overloop is a neat little game to pick up.

Nocturnal Review

Nocturnal is a short, yet enjoyable experience. The platforming and visuals are the best aspects of the game.

Mangavania Review

Overall, there is just a lack of polish in Mangavania, but thankfully it is rather short and you do get an easy 1000 Gamerscore pocketed for finishing it.

Revita Review

Revita is a game that is worth the investment. Once you get into it, you’ll find yourself sinking in the hours.

The Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story Review

Overall and whilst you may find the opening of The Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story to be a bit of a slow burn, the more you play the more invested you will become.

Nuclear Blaze Review

Nuclear Blaze is a short and sweet game that can take up a chunk of your day if you feel like trying something new.

Afterimage Review

Afterimage is one of those games in which you’ll need to actively switch between different weapons based on the boss you are up against, because almost all of them feel good to use depending on the situation.

Blade Assault Review

The gameplay loop is solid, but there are quite a few bugs that need to be patched before Blade Assault could be classed as a truly good game.

DARQ: Ultimate Edition Review

DARQ is a decent puzzle game that has an incredibly well-built atmosphere. The few shortcomings don’t overrule the positives, and if you are looking for a short and creepy game to play, then DARQ: Ultimate Edition is a great fit.

Planet Cube: Edge Review

If you are looking for a well-made platformer with a fun story and plenty of obstacles, then Planet Cube: Edge is a great find.

Sentry Paragon Review

Sentry Paragon feels like a cash grab in the worst possible way.

Sail Forth Review

You have to give Sail Forth credit for its chill art design and the calming sounds which ensure sailing around is a nice enough experience.

As Far As The Eye Review

You may struggle to get into As Far As The Eye as much as you want.

The Knight Witch Review

The world of The Knight Witch is vibrant and well-crafted - if you’re open to a challenge, then it’s worth looking past the few shortcomings.

Astronite Review

Astronite is a solid Metroidvania that, whilst having some shortcomings, still manages to play out as a fun game.

Heading back to the ranch with Slime Rancher 2 on Xbox

The foundation of Slime Rancher 2 is incredibly solid, so as long as future content continues to expand and introduce new content, then it’ll shape up to be an extremely fun game.

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Transformers: Rise of the Beasts – Film Review

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts is definitely a better movie than the original non-Energon Transformers saga, but also a less exciting one.

Embrace the car culture of The Crew Motorfest

It's about going all-in and embracing the car culture of The Crew Motorfest. Start your engines - this is going to be a wild ride. 

Embraced by Autumn Review

The intro promises some future dramatic, potentially even salacious turns, but not one of the four different stories delivers. It’s all too tentative. In the end, Embraced by Autumn could have done with just a little more confidence and sass.

Forza Horizon 5 Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges Guide Series 24 – Spring

The hot season has appeared in Mexico and the world of Forza Horizon 5. Are you ready to bring the virtual heat to the streets of Mexico, with a whole new bunch of events with the Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges for Series 24 Spring. 

Call of the Wild: The Angler Review

When all the aspects of Call of the Wild: The Angler come together, the resulting mix is actually a pleasant place to spend a few hours.

Latest Reviews

Childish Energy Review – the cool kids on the energy drinks block

Childish Energy must impress to get the likes of Sneak Energy and G Fuel turning their heads. Read on for our thoughts on the latest guests to the energy drinks party.

Mirrored Souls Review

Mirrored Souls does get frustrating at times and it will test your patience with every turn, but there is a lot to love here.

Urbek City Builder Review

In a genre that is dominated by Cities: Skylines, it’s good to see something new pop up. Especially when it is perhaps a more friendly, simple sim experience like that found here in Urbek City Builder.

Mondealy Review

Mondealy comes in at a perfect price point, especially when you consider the six hour or so adventure you’ll have.

Tenebris Pictura Review

The setup and strange magical story are to be loved in Tenebris Pictura.