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Effie – PS4 | Review

Effie – PS4 | Review

Evil witches, goblin hordes and ancient magic, there is no doubt that Effie is an incredibly epic tale of heroism and fantasy. It’s a heartwarming tale between Grandfather and Granddaughter that sees you venturing across the land of Oblena on a quest to restore light and goodness to the kingdom.…read more >
Warhammer: Chaosbane – PS4 | Review

Warhammer: Chaosbane – PS4 | Review

I should start this review by confessing two things. First things first, I have never played this genre of the game before, ever. Secondly, I am not familiar with the Warhammer brand; I didn’t know characters or locations etc. I went into this game blind; allowing me to write this…read more >
Blood and Truth – PSVR | Review

Blood and Truth – PSVR | Review

Its no secret that I love PSVR, when it is executed well there is nothing like it. Being immersed in a virtual world within a great game is amazing. PSVR has really come of age in the last year and has had some great games on the platform. It was…read more >
Super Cane Magic Zero – PS4 | Review

Super Cane Magic Zero – PS4 | Review

Well, that was mental! Super Cane Magic Zero quite possibly is one of the most insane games I have ever played from a storyline point of view. It's like when a child tells a story that sounds incredible but its totally crazy and all over the place, but in a…read more >
Hell is Other Demons – Nintendo Switch | Review

Hell is Other Demons – Nintendo Switch | Review

Nostalgia is a powerful tool, and Swedish indie studio Cuddle Monster Games are aiming to harness that with their first game, Hell is Other Demons. With a retro 8-bit style and Bulletstorm gameplay, it fits in well with the Switch’s library of NES and other retro titles. What is clear…read more >
Back In 1995 – PS4 | Review

Back In 1995 – PS4 | Review

Back in 1995 is an indie title that subverts the usual trend of Retro Pixel style titles. Instead, it opts for a recreation of time in gaming that let's face it has not aged very well, the dreaded early 3D polygon Era. (Well it's dreaded for me now because my…read more >
Warlock’s Tower – PS4 | Review

Warlock’s Tower – PS4 | Review

Here we go again, another Ratalaika game that is not only keeping my Vita out of the draw but also upping my trophy count. This time round I have Warlock’s Tower which has recently been released onto PS4, PS Vita and Switch. So, story wise we don’t have anything too…read more >
Unruly Heroes – PS4 | Review

Unruly Heroes – PS4 | Review

Taking obvious inspiration from influential platformers like Rayman Legends and the classic Donkey Kong games, one could be easily forgiven for assuming that Unruly Heroes is just your standard run-of-the-mill platformers. But scratch the surface and you’ll quickly find a truly unique and narratively interesting platformer unlike any others. With…read more >
Slay the Spire – PS4 | Review

Slay the Spire – PS4 | Review

I had heard a lot about Slay the Spire before I started this review. It launched with great success on PC in 2017. Everyone talked about it and some of my favourite gaming buzz words were being thrown around. Words like Roguelike, procedural, strategy and tactical. All the streamers were…read more >
Observation – PS4 | Review

Observation – PS4 | Review

BRING HER is displayed across my screen, bring who? To where exactly? This is just one mystery you'll want answers to in this unique Sci-Fi thriller experience. Should we as a species worry about AI rising up in the future and enslaving us all? Maybe. Maybe not. This question has…read more >
Undead Horde – PS4 | Review

Undead Horde – PS4 | Review

Another review, another game I had not heard of until I was asked to review it. Undead Horde, I like the undead and I am not averse to hordes, it can’t be that bad right? I watched a quick youtube trailer before the review to get a feel of what…read more >