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Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark (PC) Review

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark (PC) Review

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is a turn-based tactical RPG with highly customised character designs and a lot of different classes to get into. Being a big fan of turn-based RPG games, I jumped at getting the chance to experience the ...
Unruly Heroes (PS4) Review

Unruly Heroes (PS4) Review

Journey to the West is an infamous Chinese story which has been retold and adapted in many cultures over the years. Two such adaptations always spring to mind, both Enslaved: Odyssey to the West – the 2010 game from Ninja ...
Resident Evil 4 (Switch) Review

Resident Evil 4 (Switch) Review

It’s been fourteen years since the original release of Resident Evil 4 for the Nintendo Gamecube, yet when people talk about the game you can see the glint in their eyes as they recall the first time they played this ...
Resident Evil HD Remastered (Switch) Review

Resident Evil HD Remastered (Switch) Review

I’m probably one of the few people in the world who grew up around the era of the PlayStation that has never played a Resident Evil game all the way through. As such, we were offered all three of the ...
Resident Evil Zero/0 (Switch) Review

Resident Evil Zero/0 (Switch) Review

The Nintendo Switch finally has some more big boy games coming, stopping the army of fans of other platforms from complaining about it being too family-oriented. Now, the grandaddy of all horror series, Resident Evil, has three games on the ...
Fade to Silence (PS4) Review

Fade to Silence (PS4) Review

Fade to Silence, developed by Black Forest Games, is a post-apocalyptic survival game set in a beautiful, yet deadly, snowy landscape filled with limited resources and strange monsters. While trying to survive in this bleak world you will fight back ...
Layers of Fear 2 (PS4) Review

Layers of Fear 2 (PS4) Review

There’s a certain genre I’m not the biggest fan of, the horror genre. I don’t get any thrills or sense of enjoyment out of running away from things I can’t fight whilst hiding under the table until they casually walk ...
Observation (PS4) Review

Observation (PS4) Review

Back in October 2018, we were treated to a teaser trailer for the new space-based narrative immersive mystery, Observation. As a fan of similarly themed games, such as Tacoma, Alien: Isolation, and The Station, I could only imagine what the ...
RAGE 2 (PS4) Review

RAGE 2 (PS4) Review

Every now and again a publisher announces a game which literally nobody was expecting, or in this case, it was Walmart who made the unofficial announcement just before E3 2018?! RAGE 2 seemingly came out of nowhere, the original game ...
Tales of the Neon Sea (PC) Review

Tales of the Neon Sea (PC) Review

Tales of the Neon Sea is one of the most entertaining puzzle games that I’ve played so far on my PC this year. I’m glad I had the chance to play it as I was instantly captivated by its colourful ...
Castlevania Anniversary Collection (PS4) Review

Castlevania Anniversary Collection (PS4) Review

Every 100 years Dracula comes back to life and is stronger than ever before, forcing mankind to call upon a saviour to save the day. The Belmont Clan are always up for a challenge as they are usually the first ...
Marble it Up! (PC) Review

Marble it Up! (PC) Review

I am a massive fan of bringing back ideas from games of the past that are no longer around. Marble it Up! instantly caught my eye as it reminded me of one of my favourite games to play on the ...
Black Paradox (PS4) Review

Black Paradox (PS4) Review

Black Paradox is a Side Scrolling Shoot-em-up massively influenced by all things ’80s, made by Fantastico Studio. The title comes from the name of your character, a time-travelling space gallivanting bounty hunter who must hunt down the seven leaders of ...
S.O.N (PS4) Review

S.O.N (PS4) Review

S.O.N, or South of Nowhere as it stands for, is a first attempt at a psychological horror game by RedG Studios, exclusive to the PlayStation 4. It’s the studio’s first game and since being announced last year, the development has ...
The World Next Door (PC) Review

The World Next Door (PC) Review

My first thought when I learned about this game was that it simply looks stunning, given it’s an indie game. While not every part of the gameplay sounded appealing to me at first, I found it very interesting after having ...
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