Braveland Trilogy (PS4) Review

Last year I had the honour to review Braveland Trilogy on the Nintendo Switch, a collection of casual Heroes of Might and Magic style games combined within a single package. Today marks the release of the collection on the PlayStation 4, with the Xbox One…

Welcome to Primrose Lake (Switch) Review

Time management games are my guilty pleasure, I’ve loved playing them ever since I first played Diner Dash many, many years ago on my mother’s iPad. However, I tend not to play too many PC games these days and there isn’t a lot of titles…

Afterlife (PSVR) Review

I’ve played games with CGI environments and real actors via FMV, such as The 7th Guest, and I’ve played full-on FMV games, such as The Shapeshifting Detective, but I think this is the first time I’ve actually ‘played’ an FMV game in VR. Afterlife is…

Goblin Sword (Nintendo Switch) Review

Retro and Classic games are still all the rage today, even as much as they were when I was growing up. So, the 16-bit aesthetics of Goblin Sword will easily please those looking for some nostalgic action. Originally an iOS game from 2014, by Lefteris…

Amber’s Airline – High Hopes (PC) Review

Amber’s Airline – High Hopes is the first game in the Amber’s Airline series and this time, GameHouse tries out a new setting within the time-management gameplay: Flying. Well, the player doesn’t actually fly around but there are some chapters based within a plane as…

Spaceland (PS4) Review

Back in March 2019 I played and reviewed The Braveland Trilogy on the Nintendo Switch, a simplified Heroes of Might and Magic-like game from developer Tortuga Team. Later that year the developers released Spaceland, their simplified Xcom-like game on Apple Arcade, Steam and the Nintendo…