Game Reviews

Gorogoa review • Eurogamer.net

At one point, the sun becomes a gear with tooth-like rays that might slot neatly into the crenellations of a nearby castle. A...

Hello Neighbor review • Eurogamer.net

As many a parent has wryly told their spouse above the caterwauling of their kid on a long haul flight: getting there is...

Shadowhand review • Eurogamer.net

Grey Alien Games is the definition of an outsider game developer. A husband-and-wife team based in rural Dorset, Jake Birkett and Helen Carmichael...

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 review • Eurogamer.net

Rex is a boy whose virtues are so gleamingly obvious and uncomplicated that they threaten to render him friendless. He spends his days...

Ode review

Ode is a musical exploration game, which is a bit like saying ET is a movie about missing your flight. Ode is music...

Pocket Camp review • Eurogamer.net

I'm convinced much of Animal Crossing's magic happens in my head. When I'm away from my town, I mean, and wondering what's happening...

Last Frontier review • Eurogamer.net

After Hidden Agenda, here's this week's second entry in the "sub-David Cage" category of cinematic narrative games - although that categorisation is halfway...

Hidden Agenda review • Eurogamer.net

Why is Hidden Agenda called Hidden Agenda? Supermassive Games' follow-up to its horror sleeper Until Dawn is a dark and rain-soaked police procedural...

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