Call Of The Sea Fi3

Call of the Sea (PS5) Review

When Call of the Sea was announced last year, during Xbox’s digital event, it instantly piqued my interest; a Lovecraftian mystery game with puzzles, exploration and adventure, but no horror aspect! However, seeing as it was only coming to PC and Xbox platforms, I had…

Protocol Fi3

Protocol (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

This week I’ve been playing Protocol, a game that straight-up warns you that you’ll find yourself frustrated, annoyed, stuck, and angry, via a handy warning that appears once you start a new game. It’s not wrong either, for a supposedly 10-12 hour game, I’ve played…

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Terminator: Resistance Enhanced (PS5) Review

Back in November 2019, Terminator: Resistance launched on the PS4, Xbox One, and Steam platforms, a new story set within the iconic franchise that tells the story of one man who’s deeply involved within the ‘future war’. I never had the chance to play the…

Narita Boy Fi3

Narita Boy (PS4) Review

Studio Koba, a small Spanish-based developer, has created the perfect nostalgia-filled ‘80s throwback with Narita Boy. If The Last Starfighter and Tron had a computer game love child, this would be it. Narita Boy impressively merges both retro and futuristic themes and ideology to create…

Balan Wonderworld Fi3

Balan Wonderworld (PS5) Review

It’s been a few weeks since Balan Wonderworld released, a game that seems to have received a lot of negative coverage from the press and a mixed reception from gamers – but was this justified? The game is clearly aimed at a younger audience, with…

Potion Party Fi3

Potion Party (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

I’m a big fan of resource and time management games, juggling things around in order to make your workflow efficient and ensuring everything is running like clockwork. I’ve previously reviewed both Overcooked 2 and Welcome to Primrose Lake, two very different games with a similar…

Internet Court Fi3

Internet Court (PC) Review

Everyone loves the Ace Attorney games, courtroom dramas combined with comedy and over-the-top interactions which simply wouldn’t be tolerated in a real criminal justice scenario. Their real-life counterparts (albeit from the judge’s point of view) would be Judge Judy and Rinder, two real judges who…

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It Takes Two (PS5) Review

Josef Fares is back! The man with the wonderful and huge personality returns with his new co-op adventure via Hazelight Studios, this time with an experience that’s more fantastical and less-realistic than his previous two games. It Takes Two is an amalgamation of everything the…