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Jurassic Park Evolution (PS4) Review

Jurassic Park Evolution (PS4) Review

I’ve recently reviewed Jurassic Park Evolution on the PS4 over on http://demonvideogame.com/. Instead of double posting (and clearly getting caught out for plagiarising my own piece of work), I would very much appreciate it if you could click the image ...
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Shikhondo – Soul Eater (PS4) Review

Shikhondo – Soul Eater (PS4) Review

Shikhondo – Soul Eater is a bullet hell game with an Asian theme. You play as one of two girls which shoot down ‘Yokai’ which have escaped from Limbo and along the way, they must collect souls in order to return ...
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SNK HEROINES ~Tag Team Frenzy~ (PS4) Review

SNK HEROINES ~Tag Team Frenzy~ (PS4) Review

‘Queen of Fighters’ has arrived, featuring the ladies of King of Fighters, in a brand new fighting game by SNK. The story of SNK Heroines is unveiled throughout the story mode, this is comprised of 6 matches with exposition scenes ...
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428: Shibuya Scramble (PS4) Review

428: Shibuya Scramble (PS4) Review

428: Shibuya Scramble is the best visual novel game you’ll ever play in your entire life. Designed by Kōichi Nakamura (or so we’re led to believe?) which was developed by his company, Chunsoft, and published by Sega back in 2008 ...
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Claybook (PS4) Review

Claybook (PS4) Review

When I was much younger, I used to love getting out the Play-Doh and becoming lost in my own imagination as I created multi-coloured figures and items which could devour each other as you slammed them together and squeezed them ...
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The Dreamlands: Aisling’s Quest (PS4) Review

The Dreamlands: Aisling’s Quest (PS4) Review

I’m a sucker for old-style point-and-click adventure games. Telltale used to do them before they ventured into the storybook narrative path leaving most modern games in the genre to derive from indie developers instead. One such game is The Dreamlands: Aisling’s ...
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Rainbow Skies (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Rainbow Skies (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Rainbow Skies is the follow-up to Rainbow Moon, an RPG which came out back in 2012 for the PS3, later coming out on the PS Vita and then the PS4. While I had high hopes that the problems surrounding Rainbow ...
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Punch Line (PS4) Review

Punch Line (PS4) Review

PQube are well known for localising and publishing rather obscure Japanese games, from the titillating Gal*Gun 2 to the enthralling Root Letter. But, what would get you if you crossed the sexual mischief of Gal*Gun with the engaging visual novel style ...
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Airport Simulator 2019 (PS4) Review

Airport Simulator 2019 (PS4) Review

I love simulation games, this may mean my proceeding review may appear slightly biased or opinionated in certain areas but I’ll try and keep it as balanced as I can. Airport Simulator from Toplitz Productions came as a surprise outing ...
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Strange Brigade (PS4) Review

Strange Brigade (PS4) Review

I had no idea what to expect when I received Strange Brigade from Rebellion late last week. I’d seen the trailer last year and then purposely went radio silent on all the subsequent footage and info thrown around the internet. I ...
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We Happy Few (PS4) Review

We Happy Few (PS4) Review

I have a lot of mixed feelings about We Happy Few, from my initial impression of the game when it first hit Early Access, to spending over 30 hours in the final build on my PS4 Pro – my emotions went up and ...
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State of Mind (Xbox One) Video Review

State of Mind (Xbox One) Video Review

State of Mind is a new story-driven adventure game from the amazing team at Daedalic Entertainment. Set in Belin, 2048 – The world is on the brink of destruction with the lack of resources, people constantly becoming ill over the ...
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Candleman: The Complete Journey (PS4) Review

Candleman: The Complete Journey (PS4) Review

Back in February 2017, a small indie puzzle platformer from Chinese developer Spotlightor Interactive was released on the Xbox One. In January of 2018, the game was ported across to the PS4 but only in Asia, shortly followed by Steam worldwide and then ...
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Shenmue I & II (PS4) Review

Shenmue I & II (PS4) Review

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is a very common and infamous saying which can relate to many things, including Video Games. Why change something that’s perfect? If it looks great and it controls are solid then why remake a ...
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Persian Nights: Sands of Wonders (PS4) Review

Persian Nights: Sands of Wonders (PS4) Review

Persian Nights: Sands of Wonder is the latest console port from Artifex Mundi and this time, developer So Digital. Unlike recent Hidden Object Games (HoGs) we have received from the team, Persian Nights: Sands of Wonder appears to be a stand-alone ...
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