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Daggerhood – PS4 | Review

Daggerhood – PS4 | Review

It brings a nice little twinkle to my eye when I see a developer try to do something different with their games. Sometimes it could be something as subtle as not following a cookie cutter design for the story. Sometimes it could be something to do with the mechanics of…read more >
MetaGal – PS4 | Review

MetaGal – PS4 | Review

When easy platinum’s take it too far. MetaGal is a cracking looking little title that can only be described as a mega man clone. The games art style really reminded me of the early Mega Man X games that were on the Super Nintendo. The pixel art quality is not…read more >
FAR: Lone Sails – PS4 | Review

FAR: Lone Sails – PS4 | Review

FAR: Lone Sails is a post-apocalyptic adventure with a welcomed change, it doesn’t feature zombies or even armed bandits wanting to kill you. It’s just you, your land-ship and a long journey ahead. One which is worth every minute of your time. I’m the captain of some land-ship; I’m also…read more >
Vaporum – PS4 | Review

Vaporum – PS4 | Review

I hit numerous brick walls in my playthrough of Vaporum, not in terms of progress but my character was often hitting the walls which surrounded him. If anyone was watching my character, they'd assume he'd drank too much and was trying to get home. Vaporum is titled as a 'Steampunk…read more >
Unravel Two – Nintendo Switch | Review

Unravel Two – Nintendo Switch | Review

Unravel Two sees the return of Yarny in another adorable 2D platformer, but this time, you’re not alone. Following the spark of adventure, you must work together to overcome the numerous puzzles standing in your way - you jump, climb and fling yourself through the levels, none of it possible…read more >
Outward – PS4 | Review

Outward – PS4 | Review

Every once in a while I will get a game to review which I will start and not like within the first hour. Sometimes I will walk away for a day or two and come back to it with a fresh mindset and that seems to help. That certainly helped…read more >
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – PS4 | Review

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – PS4 | Review

It's here people, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, a game that will be brilliant and frustrating in equal measure. I know a lot of people, including myself have been waiting in anticipation for what From Software will create next. The Soulsbourne games, as they have been lovingly dubbed on the internet…read more >
Skyworld – PSVR | Review

Skyworld – PSVR | Review

Skyworld joins the ever growing PSVR catalogue as Vertigo Games joins forces with Wolfdog Interactive to bring this tabletop strategy game to life. A mix of turn-based and real-time strategy awaited me. It was time to dust off (and charge) the move controllers, slide on the VR headset and see…read more >
Generation Zero – PS4 | Review

Generation Zero – PS4 | Review

Avalanche Studio is back yet again with a massive open-world adventure game! This time around we are playing as a teenager in the late '80s that have come back home from a weekend away with friends to discover that your town seems to have been under attack. Nobody is around…read more >
Peasant Knight – PS4 | Review

Peasant Knight – PS4 | Review

Next up in the “cheap, easy platinum” range……. Peasant Knight is a very simple platinum purchase…. I mean Peasant Knight is a simple puzzle platform game that will take you less than an hour to platinum… I mean to finish. Ok let's get to it, this review will be finished…read more >
Grand Prix Story – Nintendo Switch | Review

Grand Prix Story – Nintendo Switch | Review

Ever wanted to play motorsport manager on your Nintendo Switch? Tough you can't, however, you can now play Grand Prix Story on your switch and while it's not as deep as something like motorsport manager its still lots of fun. Kairosoft is a company known quite well in the mobile…read more >
The Red Strings Club – Nintendo Switch | Review

The Red Strings Club – Nintendo Switch | Review

Welcome to The Red Strings Club, a thoroughly enjoyable point and click narrative adventure, infused with cyberpunk aesthetics. Featuring some nifty mini-games and brimming with ethical decisions, there's a lot to like about this game. Presented in the form of pixel art that is reminiscent of adventure games of the…read more >
The Messenger – PS4 | Review

The Messenger – PS4 | Review

I had heard of The Messenger before I was asked to review it. In fact, I have nearly bought it a few times for the Nintendo Switch after hearing it's glowing reviews. It's a good job I didn’t in the end though, otherwise, I would not be here discussing the…read more >
Ghost of a Tale – PS4 | Review

Ghost of a Tale – PS4 | Review

Somehow Ghost of a Tale is something that I knew nothing at all about before I got to play it. I say that because one look at it and you would think it's come from some big budget studio because it looks stunning. But it never came from a Big…read more >