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39 Days to Mars (PS4) Review

39 Days to Mars (PS4) Review

39 Days to Mars is a game that I’d not heard of until a few weeks ago, despite originally launching back in April 2018 on the PC after a successful Kickstarter in 2014. It’s a co-operative enforced game that lets ...
Amber’s Airline – High Hopes (PC) Review

Amber’s Airline – High Hopes (PC) Review

Amber’s Airline – High Hopes is the first game in the Amber’s Airline series and this time, GameHouse tries out a new setting within the time-management gameplay: Flying. Well, the player doesn’t actually fly around but there are some chapters ...
Nurse Love Addiction (Switch) Review

Nurse Love Addiction (Switch) Review

Nurse Love Addiction was developed by Kogado Studio, known for their bishōjo titles, and published by Degica Games, who are known for their extensive niche and Japanese game library. After originally launching on the PS Vita over in Japan, it ...
Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions (PS4) Review

Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions (PS4) Review

It’s finally here, the sequel to one of my favourite, most relaxing puzzles games of 2019, Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions. It was almost exactly a year ago (6th Feb 2019) which I reviewed the original Glass Masquerade, a game which ...
Spaceland (PS4) Review

Spaceland (PS4) Review

Back in March 2019 I played and reviewed The Braveland Trilogy on the Nintendo Switch, a simplified Heroes of Might and Magic-like game from developer Tortuga Team. Later that year the developers released Spaceland, their simplified Xcom-like game on Apple ...
Zombie Army 4: Dead War (PS4) Review

Zombie Army 4: Dead War (PS4) Review

There are two things in life which people love to shoot the hell out of (in video games), Zombies and the Nazis. Rebellion has provided an answer to this strangely satisfying urge for a while now through their Zombie Army ...
Bridge Constructor: Ultimate Edition (Switch) Review

Bridge Constructor: Ultimate Edition (Switch) Review

There have been a number of games which revolve around constructing bridges that have released over the years, with my favourite to date being Bridge Constructor Portal – a construction game merged with the mechanics of Valve’s hit puzzle game. ...
Journey to the Savage Planet (PS4) Review

Journey to the Savage Planet (PS4) Review

Does anyone remember No Man’s Sky? The overly ambitious game which launched to negative reviews due to under-delivering on almost every promise it made during development (until it was revamped around 2-3 years later)? Well, imagine that game, only with ...
Shenmue III [3] (PS4) Review

Shenmue III [3] (PS4) Review

I’ve backed three games so far via the popular crowd-funding website, Kickstarter; Yogventures, Summer in Mara and Shenmue III. The first game never came out, with speculation that the Yogscast kept a large sum of the money and the lead ...
Selma and the Wisp (Nintendo Switch) Review

Selma and the Wisp (Nintendo Switch) Review

Selma and the Wisp is a 2D platformer published by Ultimate Games and developed by Toucan Studio. The game had previously released on Steam back in 2016 but today I’m taking a look at the Nintendo Switch version which was ...
Stranger Things 3: The Game (PS4) Review

Stranger Things 3: The Game (PS4) Review

When I was younger, pretty much every successful film and TV show had its own video game based on the franchise. We saw this a lot last generation, with all of the Disney tie-ins and the beginning of Telltale Games’ ...
Close to the Sun (PS4) Review

Close to the Sun (PS4) Review

I’ve previously played and reviewed the Epic Games Store version of Close to the Sun upon launch, a review you can find HERE. However, due to my PC not being the greatest, resulting in a few technical issues on my ...
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments REDUX (PS4) Review

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments REDUX (PS4) Review

Frogwares are well known for their fun and immersive Sherlock Holmes games and most recently their brilliant new IP, The Sinking City. As a fan of both Sherlock Holmes in general and interactive adventure games, I’ve bought, played and completed ...
GiiKER Supercube – i3 Special Edition (Review) Physical cube and Mobile app

GiiKER Supercube – i3 Special Edition (Review) Physical cube and Mobile app

Technology has come a long way since when I was a child, almost everyone has some form of a digital toy or device these days, items such as mobile phones, games consoles, or ‘WowWee Pinkfong Baby Shark Official Song Puppet‘. ...
Still There (Nintendo Switch) Review

Still There (Nintendo Switch) Review

Being an astronaut would be amazing, travelling to space, seeing the unseen, and visiting distant planets – it all sounds so exciting and exhilarating. However, what if you were in space, only instead of travelling at the speed of sound ...
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