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Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love (PC) Review

Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love (PC) Review

When you hear the name Artifex Mundi there’s only one type of game which comes to mind, Hidden Object Games (HOGs). They are infamous among trophy hunters for their enjoyable, yet easy, platinum trophies, as well as very popular with ...
Pandemic Express – Zombie Escape [Early Access] (PC) Review

Pandemic Express – Zombie Escape [Early Access] (PC) Review

Between 2017 and 2018 I think we heard the words “Battle Royale” tossed around a LOT. I believe it’s safe to say that in the beginning, it was fun to hear about developers giving their games the battle royale treatment, ...
A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4) Review

A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4) Review

There are very few games which hook you with a single trailer, instantly flicking the hype switch deep within you and turning you into a walking advertisement as you tell everyone about what you just saw. A Plague Tale: Innocence ...
Sniper Elite V2 [Remastered] (PS4) Review

Sniper Elite V2 [Remastered] (PS4) Review

I don’t think the Sniper Elite series requires any form of introduction. Pretty much every gamer out there will either know it as ‘the realistic sniping game’, ‘that game where you get shown X-rays as the bullets penetrate your unfortunate ...
Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid [Story Mode] (Switch) Review

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid [Story Mode] (Switch) Review

These days there’s a terrible trend going around; release a game in an unfinished state and then patch it or add more content later on. We’ve seen this with games like Sea of Thieves, No Mans Sky, and more recently, ...
FAR: Lone Sails (PS4) Review

FAR: Lone Sails (PS4) Review

There was something about playing FAR: Lone Sails that really made me feel a sense of emptiness in the pit of my gut. Not in a negative way, just an emotion brought on due to the sheer isolation that you ...
A Chair in a Room: Greenwater (PSVR) Review

A Chair in a Room: Greenwater (PSVR) Review

The makers of The Exorcist: Legion VR have brought their other hit VR horror title: A Chair in a Room: Greenwater, to PSVR, 3 years after its initial release on the HTC Vive. Even as a horror enthusiast, Wolf & ...
Mechstermination Force (Nintendo Switch) Review

Mechstermination Force (Nintendo Switch) Review

Sometimes you feel like playing an old-school 2D sidescroller, working your way through countless enemies as you make your way to the final challenge, a massive boss which offers a great challenge and makes you use all the skills you’ve ...
Our World is Ended (PS4) Review

Our World is Ended (PS4) Review

I’ve been noticeably quiet this weekend, that can mean only one thing – I’ve been immersed and captivated by yet another Visual Novel! It’s not every day that I’ll play a game for over 70 hours in order to get ...
Close to the Sun (PC) Review

Close to the Sun (PC) Review

Close to the Sun was one of my most anticipated games of the year, I’ve been following it for a while and jumped at the chance to review it on my recently upgraded PC. The first thing you’ll most likely ...
Yakuza Kiwami 2 (PC) Review

Yakuza Kiwami 2 (PC) Review

I have to admit, when I recall the very first time I discovered the Yakuza series, I had mixed feelings for it. Despite hearing only good things about this series, it was just not really my type of game. Regardless, the ...
Trüberbrook (PS4) Review

Trüberbrook (PS4) Review

It seems to be adventure game season at the moment as I’ve recently reviewed both Silence and Deponia on the Nintendo Switch, and today I’m taking a look at the Kickstarted Trüberbrook from btf and Headup Games. Now, I didn’t ...
Super Blood Hockey (Nintendo Switch) Review

Super Blood Hockey (Nintendo Switch) Review

Good luck convincing me that there is a tougher sport out there than hockey. I may not be able to boast about being a Canadian, but I’ve always been a stone’s throw away from Canada as I lived in Alaska ...
Generation Zero (PS4) Review

Generation Zero (PS4) Review

Great, yet another post-apocalyptic game. Will it be zombies again, with people trying to survive in this new merciless world? Surprisingly not, this time it’s actually a robot uprising, not like Terminator though, the foe’s you’ll be up against generally ...
Deponia (Nintendo Switch) Review

Deponia (Nintendo Switch) Review

I’ve reviewed a few point-and-click games recently, I took a look at Silence on the Nintendo Switch, Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey on the PC and the Secret Files: Tunguska, to name a few. However, over a year ...
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