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Afterlife (PSVR) Review

Afterlife (PSVR) Review

I’ve played games with CGI environments and real actors via FMV, such as The 7th Guest, and I’ve played full-on FMV games, such as The Shapeshifting Detective, but I think this is the first time I’ve actually ‘played’ an FMV ...
ArtPulse (PSVR) Review

ArtPulse (PSVR) Review

VR is a great platform for you to get all creative and express yourself in a way not possible in real life. A while back I played and reviewed CoolPaintr VR, a game in which I recreated a 3D statue ...
Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! (PSVR) Review

Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! (PSVR) Review

I was a Nintendo kid growing up, owning every one of their consoles from the SNES all the way up to the Switch, each one being my main console up until the Wii which is when I bought an Xbox ...
House Flipper (PS4) Review

House Flipper (PS4) Review

*Incoming reference only British people will probably get* Have you ever sat there on your day off, or every day if you’re unemployed, wearing nothing but your pants as you binge on daytime TV, flicking through the endless shows about ...
Rabi-Ribi (Switch) Review

Rabi-Ribi (Switch) Review

Rabi-Ribi is a Bullet-hell platformer developed by both CreSpirit and GemaYue and published by Circle Entertainment, a company most known for its localisations of various smaller titles around the world. Originally launching back in 2016 on PC followed by the ...
The Suicide of Rachel Foster (PC) Review

The Suicide of Rachel Foster (PC) Review

Short narrative adventures are hit or miss with most people. Some like the fact that they can sit down and absorb the entire experience within a single afternoon and others feel they are too short for the price they’re asking ...
Goblin Sword (Nintendo Switch) Review

Goblin Sword (Nintendo Switch) Review

Retro and Classic games are still all the rage today, even as much as they were when I was growing up. So, the 16-bit aesthetics of Goblin Sword will easily please those looking for some nostalgic action. Originally an iOS ...
The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters (PC) Review

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters (PC) Review

After having previously played The Coma: Recut, I was already impressed at the premise and setting the developers had created. There’s nothing creepier than walking through the dark halls of your once familiar school without being able to exit. To ...
Voxelgram (Nintendo Switch) Review

Voxelgram (Nintendo Switch) Review

I’ve been waiting for a particular game to make its jump to the Nintendo Switch, a game which I’ve spent hours playing on my NDS and 3DS previously – that game is none other than Picross 3D. However, despite the ...
Two Point Hospital (PS4) Review

Two Point Hospital (PS4) Review

Bullfrog Productions were one of my favourite developers when I was a kid, they turned me onto simulation and management games, genres which I’m a massive fan of to this day. Whether I was a Dungeon Keeper setting traps for ...
Top Run (PS4) Review

Top Run (PS4) Review

One of my favourite casual games of 2019 was Hero Express, a Trials-like game in which you drive various vehicles across a bumpy landscape as you try to reach the finish line in one piece. That game was both developed ...
Ciel Fledge: A Daughter Raising Simulator (Switch) Review

Ciel Fledge: A Daughter Raising Simulator (Switch) Review

Ciel Fledge: A Daughter Raising Simulator is a unique simulation game published by PQube Games and developed by Studio Namaapa. Ciel Fledge is the developer’s second game, the first being Nusakana which was a JRPG about dating fish girls and ...
Draugen (PS4) Review

Draugen (PS4) Review

Not too long ago I reviewed Draugen on Steam (HERE), an interactive narrative-heavy adventure game which perfectly sucks you into the beautiful visuals and relaxing atmosphere of the isolated town of Graavik in Norway. However, due to the age of ...
Arc of Alchemist (PS4) Review

Arc of Alchemist (PS4) Review

Up until getting my hands on Arc of Alchemist, I had no idea what the game was about or going to play like. Idea Factory and Compile Hearts don’t tend to stick to a single genre or gameplay style, they ...
Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo (PS4) Review

Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo (PS4) Review

Does anyone remember the 1979 arcade classic, Asteroids? It’s a simple game in which you move a spaceship around and shoot various blobs (asteroids) as they come flying in from all sides, splitting into smaller pieces as you blast them ...
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