Dollhouse (PS4) Review

There are not many settings more mysterious than that of Noir. In the world of Dollhouse, not only will you be tasked with deciphering fact from fiction, but you also must do it in the utmost secrecy as you see yourself as a Detective tasked…

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Resident Evil 4 (Switch) Review

It’s been fourteen years since the original release of Resident Evil 4 for the Nintendo Gamecube, yet when people talk about the game you can see the glint in their eyes as they recall the first time they played this epic adventure. It was such…

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Marble it Up! (PC) Review

I am a massive fan of bringing back ideas from games of the past that are no longer around. Marble it Up! instantly caught my eye as it reminded me of one of my favourite games to play on the Nintendo Gamecube, Super Monkey Ball.…

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Path to Mnemosyne (PS4) Review

There’s not much you can do to prepare yourself for the experience that you will have the first time you play Path to Mnemosyne. It’s a unique game that will take you on a psychedelic adventure through an unnamed patient’s troubled psyche; You’ll even be…

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The Messenger (PS4) Review

I don’t really have fond memories of every game series from my youth. It’s not to say that the games were bad, but I just don’t think about The Adventures of Lolo, Kid Icarus or Ninja Gaiden anymore as they hold no nostalgic draw to…

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Blood Waves (PS4) Review

Normally I start all my reviews with some sort of backstory or other witty banter, but this time things are very different. Up until about a year or two ago, I wouldn’t touch Indies with a 12-foot barge pole, but I have discovered the error…