Day: 30 August 2021

September 2021 PS Plus Monthly Games Leaked?
News & Updates

September 2021 PS Plus Monthly Games Leaked?

Another month and another PS plus leak just ahead of Sony's official announcement on September 1st. There have been some excellent (and not-so-excellent) over the previous months. You have until September 7th to add the games of August to your library. Current the games on offer are Tennis World Tour 2 and Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville on PlayStation4; and Hunter's Arena: Legends On PlayStation 5 So the games rumoured PS Plus monthly games for September 2021 are: Overcooked! All You Can Eat (PlayStation 5) An absolutely fantastic, fun, and frantic party game from Team 17 that everyone can play. Cooperation in the cooking chaos is key if you are going to get those orders out on time. Loads of levels in bizarre and dangerous kitchens and remastered for the PlayStation 5. ...
Thymesia Release Date Announcement Trailer
News & Updates

Thymesia Release Date Announcement Trailer

Recently team 17 and Overboard Studios announced that the upcoming Action-RPG title Thymesia is coming to PC via Steam on 7th December. A kingdom once thriving on the power of alchemy enters an age of calamity. Having discovered the price behind alchemy an attempt to stop its use backfired. Within days, the kingdom is in chaos, also the streets are now infested by monsters. Playing the role of a mysterious character, known only by a codename "Corvus". Having lost all his memories the truth to which can only be found by unlocking those memories. Charged with the possession of a pair of ravening weapons that can seize the plague from enemies and harness the abilities for himself, Thymesia’s shadowy protagonist is a ferocious adversary for the monsters that lurk in the gloom, com...
Timothy’s Night Review
PlayStation Reviews

Timothy’s Night Review

Welcome to my review of Timothy's Night on the PlayStation 5. Wild Sphere Games both developed and self-published this game. We play as an oddball gangster known as Timothy, who must save his city named Little Fish City from an alien invasion. The game is of the third-person perspective and is an open-world shooter with similar traits to games like Grand Theft Auto, Mafia, and Saints Row. The game is available now on PlayStation 5. Timothy's Night Isn't Your Typical Mafia Shooter Fun fact about this game, this is actually an expanded version of Timothy vs the Aliens which was on the PlayStation 4. So will Timothy have a good night in my review? Or should he have had an early night watching the telly? Continue reading to find out. You can check out my previous review here where I played t...
Madden NFL 22 – Xbox Review
Xbox Reviews

Madden NFL 22 – Xbox Review

Published and developed by EA Sports. Madden NFL 22  is an American football video game based on the National Football League. It seems that the series goes from strength to strength each year. So let's find out if this one is no exception. So let's get cracking with this Madden NFL 22 Xbox Review. Madden NFL 22 - Getting Boring Now? Been a huge NFL fan since I was a boy. Always remember watching it on a Sunday night on Channel 4. But I admit that I only started playing the EA titles around 2010. I always get excited at this time of year when a new game in the franchise is released. But are they just getting boring now or is there still some life left? If you enjoyed this review then why not check out my latest one here. You can also catch up with what the rest of the Thumb Culture team ...
Islanders Console Edition Review
PlayStation Reviews

Islanders Console Edition Review

Today I bring you my review of one of the latest indie games to hit the PlayStation 5, Islanders Console Edition. This game was originally released on PC in April 2019 under the name of Islanders. It's brought to us by developers and self-publishers GrizzlyGames, who you may know from another hit game of theirs, Superflight. Islanders - More Relaxed Than Chuck Noland Sunbathing At Home The idea of Islanders Console Edition is for the player to build up a civilisation on procedurally-generated islands. Can I gain enough points to progress to the next island? or will I be throwing my beach ball into the sea? Continue reading to find out. Check out my previous review here where I played the retro-inspired shooter, KUR. Gameplay At first, we choose which game mode we want to play. High Sco...
Mad Streets Review
Xbox Reviews

Mad Streets Review

Developed and Published by Craftshop Arts Inc. Mad Streets is a physics-based action beat'em up. Following the craze of other crazy games like Surgeon Simulator or Goat Simulator. Mad Streets takes it to the fighting genre. So let's bash in some people in this Mad Streets Xbox One Review. Mad Streets - This Hurts On So Many Levels I have never been a fan of the games with crazy physics. I just never got the appeal. But I am a huge fighting and beat-em-up fan so naturally, I had to give this one a go. As usual, if you enjoyed this review then why not check out my latest one here. You can also catch up with what the rest of the Thumb Culture team are up to on our social media. Gameplay What can I say about this game that will give it any glimmer of hope? The fact is that I can't. It ...
Cookie Clicker – Review
PC Reviews

Cookie Clicker – Review

Today we sit back and snack on the goodies of Cookie Clicker. Developed by Orteil and DashNet, Published by Playsaurus. Cookie Clicker is an idle game about making cookies! Originally released in 2013 on the web, and actively developed since then. This is the official version for Steam and released on 1st September 2021. Cookie Clicker - Let's Check Out which way the Cookie Crumbles! If you enjoyed this review, please check out my latest review for Patron here. Gameplay The gameplay goals are relatively simple. More cookies...make more cookies! You start with an empty glass and no milk or cookies. Each click gives you a cookie, a process I wish was true of real life. Eventually, you will click your way to your first upgraded idle clicker. The more cookies you can stock up on the mo...