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Maneater (PS4) Review

Maneater (PS4) Review

Sometimes I just want to step away from realistic games, experiences which tug on my emotions, and puzzles which make my brain hurt, and I just want to play a game which is mindless, silly and bonkers – so I ...
Dark Nights with Poe and Munro (PC) Review

Dark Nights with Poe and Munro (PC) Review

Everyone has their most anticipated releases this year, some can’t wait for The Last of Us Part II, others want Cyberpunk 2077 to hurry up, and Halo fans eagerly await Halo Infinite – for me, I’ve been looking forward to ...
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix (Switch) Review

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix (Switch) Review

I’ve always loved rhythm games, they’re casual enough to pick up and play yet they also provide a lot of challenge once you crank up the difficulty, enough to keep you occupied for hours. As such, I own almost every ...
Island Saver (PS4) Review

Island Saver (PS4) Review

I’ve played a number of promotional and ‘tie-in’ games over the years, from the creepy ‘Sneak King’ game from Burger King to the rather disturbing ‘Kitten Squad’ from PETA, but I think this is the first time I’ve played a ...
Someday You’ll Return (PC) Review

Someday You’ll Return (PC) Review

If you would have asked me to play any sort of horror game a few years ago I would have told you that I wasn’t interested. However, over the last few years I’ve come to enjoy the genre, especially psychological ...
Streets of Rage 4 (PS4) Review

Streets of Rage 4 (PS4) Review

Streets of Rage is one of the most memorable series of games from the Mega Drive/Genesis era, it brought almost arcade-quality beat-em-up action into the household without the need for credits and a pocket full of quarters (or 20p coins ...
Book of Demons (PS4) Review

Book of Demons (PS4) Review

I’m not the biggest fan of games which utilise cards as their main mechanic, they are usually overly complicated and often confuse me. However, although Book of Demons revolves around crawling through dungeons, organising a collection of cards to aid ...
SnowRunner (PS4) Review

SnowRunner (PS4) Review

Just over two years ago I took a look at a game which I loved even though I found it incredibly frustrating to play on my own, Spintires: MudRunner. It was a game in which you set out on a ...
Deliver Us The Moon (PS4) Review

Deliver Us The Moon (PS4) Review

Wired Productions have published a few exciting and memorable narrative adventures lately, Close to the Sun was a steampunk horror game aboard a ghost ship, Those who Remain and Martha is Dead are two upcoming psychological thrillers, and Deliver Us ...
Tharsis (Nintendo Switch) Review

Tharsis (Nintendo Switch) Review

If someone was to ask you “what is the most brutal and unforgiving game you’ve played this generation?”, what would you say? Would it be Dark Souls, maybe Sekiro, some may even say the Trials series, but for me, it ...
Depixtion (Nintendo Switch) Review

Depixtion (Nintendo Switch) Review

Regular visitors to my site will know that I love puzzle games, especially logic-based ones such as Sudoku and Picross, so I’m always on the lookout for games which provides a twist to the formula and offers something new and ...
Zombie Army Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Zombie Army Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

It seems like only yesterday when I was reviewing Zombie Army 4 on the PlayStation 4, an extremely satisfying Nazi zombie slaughtering simulation game in which you deliver the undead back to where they came from, Hell. Well, aside from ...
Braveland Trilogy (PS4) Review

Braveland Trilogy (PS4) Review

Last year I had the honour to review Braveland Trilogy on the Nintendo Switch, a collection of casual Heroes of Might and Magic style games combined within a single package. Today marks the release of the collection on the PlayStation ...
Portal Dogs (Nintendo Switch) Review

Portal Dogs (Nintendo Switch) Review

Platformers are one of the most popular genres out there, and for good reason too – they’re usually easy to get into and fun to play. The problem is, there are far too many of them on the Nintendo Switch ...
Moons of Madness (PS4) Review

Moons of Madness (PS4) Review

It’s been a good few years for Lovecraft fans as there have been a number of games based upon his horrific creatures and lore, such as The Sinking City, Call of Cthulhu, and Conarium, how about one more? Moons of ...
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