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Kao the Kangaroo (PS5) Review | Plus PS4 via BC

The late ’90s and early 2000s was the golden era of 3D platforming, the genre was in its infancy with many developers trying their hand at either making new IPs in this format or transitioning existing franchises into it. Some were incredibly successful, such as…

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Lawn Mowing Simulator (PS5) Review

Do you suffer from hay fever yet wish you could straddle a magnificent vegetation-trimming machine and give a close-shave haircut to an overgrown garden without the fear of having an allergic reaction? Perhaps you live in the UK and only have a small patch of…

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Paradise Killer (PS5) Review

There are a few games that I’ve been hoping will eventually get released on a console other than the Nintendo Switch – I have nothing against the hybrid console, but I’d rather play games at their full potential on platforms with more power. One such…

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Submerged: Hidden Depths (PS5) Review

Back in 2015, Uppercut Games released a relaxing, casual exploration game called Submerged – a game that has no combat or dangers, just the enjoyment of sailing around a flooded city (due to global warming) as you climb and investigate half-sunken buildings. Five years later,…

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Martha Is Dead (PS5) Review

I loved The Town of Light, a psychological narrative adventure game based on real events and situations which took place within the horrific mental health institutes back in the 1930s. It was a thriller that relied on its brilliant writing and atmospheric environments in order…

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Chorus / Chorvs (PS5) Review

I’ve never really been a big fan of flight-based combat games, especially ones set in space, but after playing the brilliant Falconeer earlier this year, I grew very fond of the dogfighting genre. Chorus (also spelt as CHORVS) stood out for me since the first…