The Great Perhaps (PS4) Review

Back in August 2019, I was given the chance to take a look at a quirky puzzle game from developer Caligari Games, a game in which you use the past and present (future) in order to manipulate events and solve puzzles. A few days ago,…

Beyond Blue (PS4) Review

Beyond Blue, from developer E-Line Media, was the first game to catch my attention at the gaming convention EGX back in 2018. At the time I was fortunate enough to preview the game and interview Steve Zimmermann, Vice-President of Marketing at E-Line Media, which you…

Night Call (Switch) Review

I jump into taxis quite often – not Ubers, I’m happy to say I’ve never used their ‘overpriced and dodgy fair-increasing based on demand’ service – but I usually sit there in silence, looking out of the window as I’m taken from my current location…

Desperados III [3] (PS4) Review

Stealth games are hit or miss with me, I’m not a fan of the mechanic within horror-based games, due to the anxiety it builds up within me, but I absolutely love it when used creatively in games like Hitman 2, allowing you to play your…

Atomicrops (PS4) Review

I have one problem with Roguelike games, I become incredibly addicted to them to the point where I’ll give it “just one more go” then find out I’ve been playing for hours upon hours without realising. Atomicrops was no exception, delivering highly addictive gameplay combined…

Those Who Remain (PS4) Review

What’s that, I’ve been playing yet another psychological thriller this week? I’ve lost count of how many games within this genre I’ve played and reviewed over the last 12-months, each one slightly altering the gameplay so they can deliver their creepy and spine-tingling narratives through…