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Symmetry (PS4) Review

Symmetry reminds me of a sci-fi based survival game akin to ‘This War of Mine’, only a lot harder. Coming from developer Sleepless Clinic, it’s a game which thrives on simple interactions and very basic mechanics as you try and overcome various challenges and events in…

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Dead Secret Circle (PC – Steam) Review

Last week I reviewed Dead Secret, from Robot Invader, on the PS4 + PSVR – a murder mystery point-and-click adventure game set in the 1960’s within an isolated house in the country. Upon finishing the review, I was offered a code for Dead Secret Circle, the…

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Audio Beats (PSVR) Review

A genre which I would love to see more of in VR is the music genre. We have had titles like Happy Drummer and Hatsune Miku (although Hatsune Miku was more a virtual concert than an actual music game) and now we have been given…

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The Bard’s Tale IV: Barrows Deep (PC – Steam) Re...

The Bard’s Tale IV: Barrows Deep doesn’t simply leave you wanting. It leaves you wanting in anger, frustration and disappointment. You want the better functionality, up to date graphics, immersive story and overall experience that transports you into a world of pure fantasy and delight…

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Raw Data (PSVR)Review

I only purchased one piece of new tech in 2017 which is strange as I usually jump on all new devices as soon as they become available. However, the new tech I bought was something I had owned once before, PSVR. When I initially purchased…

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Train Sim World: West Somerset Railway – DLC (PS4) Rev...

Back in July we finally got out hands on Train Sim World on the PS4. At the time, I did a full in-depth review which explained everything from what you can do to how much content you get within the base game. Fast forward two…

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