The ‘90s, a simpler time in video games where the leaders of the home console market SEGA and Nintendo both had their key mascot platformers pushing sales of their console. Sony was an up-and-comer at the time and wanted to have their own idol platformer. They found one in Naughty Dog’s Crash Bandicoot. Over twenty years later Vicarious Visions has brought the original three main titles back to life in the release of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. But does the game still hold up, or is it something best left in the past?
Nightmares, dreams that are likely to invoke a strong emotional response, commonly under the guise of fear. Little Nightmares, a game which hopes to instill the essence of this word, grabs the player, and throws them into a visually disturbing world filled with horrors behind every door. But is this one nightmare that’s worth experiencing, or just another bad dream?
Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment is a fast-paced and agile take on Yacht Club’s already brilliant Shovel Knight, taking place before the events featuring our shovel-wielding hero. This expansion sees you playing as Specter Knight, an adversary from the original game.