Dead End Job (PS4) Review

Apple Arcade launched a short time ago over on iOS devices, bringing with it a bunch of brand new games – some of which were timed exclusives to the mobile platform. One such game, which I’ve been waiting to eagerly get my hands on, is…

Arise: A Simple Story (PS4) Review

Developer Piccolo Studio’s debut game, Arise: A Simple Story, really hit me with a hard gut-wrenching punch. From its opening moments of witnessing the protagonist’s funeral, to his journey through limbo accessing his old memories, I couldn’t shake the feeling of finality and loss. It…

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PS4) Review

Star Wars is a franchise everyone knows, it’s been around for over forty years and expanded into comics, cartoons, spin-offs, TV shows, merchandise and of course, Video Games. I wouldn’t say that I’m the biggest fan of the franchise, having skipped the last few movies,…

AVICII: Invector (PS4) review

After writing an article a few days ago about mental health and the charities and foundations out there trying to remove the stigma surrounding it, allowing us to freely talk about our issues, I read that Hello There and Wired Productions were re-releasing AVICII: Invector…

SIMULACRA (PS4) Review

With a concept which wouldn’t go amiss in a Black Mirrors episode, SIMULACRA is a game in which you must dig through a missing persons mobile phone in order to try and track her down and ‘hopefully’ find her before something bad happens. Combining simulation…

Headspun (PS4) Review

Headspun has had a rocky launch, to say the least. The game came out a few months ago but, as with all of the games I personally review on the site, I wait until the game is in a decent state until I write my…