Kill It With Fire Fi3

Kill It With Fire (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

I’ll be honest, spiders don’t bother me at all. Yet, as someone surrounded by people with severe arachnophobia, I would be a millionaire if I had a pound for every time someone said to me “ahhhhhh a spider, kill it, kill it with fire!”. However,…

Scarlet Nexus Fi3

Scarlet Nexus (PS4/PS5) Review

I love games that give you a reason to replay them, not only for new trophies but to observe new events and give context to things you may not have originally understood. The Quiet Man did this, despite many people criticising it due to them…

Alba A Wildlife Adventure Fi3

Alba: A Wildlife Adventure (PS5) Review

This weekend I’ve been playing Alba: A Wildlife Adventure, the most wholesome and delightful game I’ve experienced this year. It’s a game that instantly caught my eye when I saw it was coming to the PS5, with its bright colours, casual and relaxing gameplay, and…

Maid Of Sker Ps5 Fi3

Maid of Sker (PS5) Review

In July last year, Wales Interactive released the incredibly tense and scary Maid of Sker, a horror game in which you must explore an abandoned hotel whilst avoiding blind enemies with enhanced hearing abilities. I initially gave the game a go, found myself becoming too…

Manifold Garden Fi3

Manifold Garden (PS5) Review

Have you ever had your mind blown by a puzzle game? Perhaps you’ve sat there in awe at the simplistic beauty of an artistic game? Or maybe found yourself confused and stuck because a game contains many challenging solutions that require you to sit back…

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…