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Crackdown 3 [Single Player] (Xbox One) Review

Crackdown 3 [Single Player] (Xbox One) Review

After 9 years and multiple delays, the world is finally able to play Crackdown 3. Now, I’m no stranger to these sandbox games; As a young impressionable teenager, I played Grand Theft Auto 3 and fell in love with the ...
NAIRI: Tower of Shirin (PC – Steam) Review

NAIRI: Tower of Shirin (PC – Steam) Review

I’ve played a lot of point-and-click titles over the years, from the good old days of Lucas Arts Games to the more modern adventures we get from Daedalic Entertainment, every single one of them has their own artistic style, control ...
Intruders: Hide and Seek (PS4, PSVR) Review

Intruders: Hide and Seek (PS4, PSVR) Review

As a kid, I used to have rather vivid dreams and nightmares. We’ve all dreamt about dying or running away from something only to find you’re running on the spot and can’t get away. However, ever since our house was ...
Reverie: Sweet As Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

Reverie: Sweet As Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

I’ll start by saying that Reverie: Sweet As Edition is an absolute delight. The five-six hours I spent with the game had me transfixed with a beaming smile on my face. The developer, Rainbite, have created a game that magically ...
Eden-Tomorrow (PSVR) Review

Eden-Tomorrow (PSVR) Review

It’s really exciting and intriguing when a new VR narrative adventure comes out of nowhere. A few weeks ago, a demo popped up for Eden-Tomorrow on PSN, I don’t think I’ve ever downloaded a demo so fast! After playing through ...
Conarium (PS4) Review

Conarium (PS4) Review

H.P. Lovecraft is a name which the majority of people will recognise instantly. His most popular works of fiction are based around Cthulhu, a beast with tentacles on its face who resides within the ocean awaiting the summoning from its ...
XING: The Land Beyond (PSVR, PS4) Review

XING: The Land Beyond (PSVR, PS4) Review

We’ve been getting some really good experiences on PSVR recently, especially in the narrative and puzzle department. Red Matter had a brilliant narrative combined with stunning visual effects, A Fisherman’s Tale was a quirky puzzle game with a twist, and Guns’N’Stories ...
Etrian Odyssey Nexus (Nintendo 3DS) Review

Etrian Odyssey Nexus (Nintendo 3DS) Review

ATLUS are well known as a developer for three amazing franchises; Persona, Shin Megami Tensei, and Etrian Odyssey. All of these have their own look, fell, and personality literally oozing out of them as you play. Personally, I wasn’t really a big fan ...
Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut is a sliding puzzle game brought to us by the twisted mind behind Bejeweled and Peggle – who is now part of Blue Wizard Digital. It originated as a mobile phone game but it’s now presented to us ...
Evoland Legendary Edition (PS4) Review

Evoland Legendary Edition (PS4) Review

Over the past thirty years, video games have changed dramatically. From simple blocky sprites on a green LCD screen upon the trusty GameBoy, through the 8 and 16-bit console wars, and into the age of 3D gaming on more modern consoles. ...
The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince (PS4) Review

The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince (PS4) Review

Have you ever played a video game in which you become so emotionally attached to the characters and their lives, that it literally brings tears to your eyes multiple times? Recent games such as Yakuza 6 and My Memory of Us ...
Anyone’s Diary (PSVR) Review

Anyone’s Diary (PSVR) Review

Returning readers will know that I really enjoy discovering new and interesting games through the PS Talents project over in Spain. It’s a programme which helps small indie developers either create or finish off their games and publish them on ...
Glass Masquerade (PS4) Review

Glass Masquerade (PS4) Review

Puzzle games come in many forms these days. We have a bucket-full of logic-based and casual puzzles from Lightwood Games, Puzlogic will rattle your brain on both PC and Mobile (soon), A Fisherman’s Tale will blow your mind in VR, ...
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (Nintendo Switch) Review

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (Nintendo Switch) Review

Point and Click adventure games are one of those types of games that we don’t quite see enough of, in my honest opinion. I’ll never forget my first Point and Click style game, 1997’s ‘Yoda Stories’. Obviously, that had more ...
Atari Flashback Classics Vol. 3 (PS4) Review

Atari Flashback Classics Vol. 3 (PS4) Review

Nostalgia is a powerful thing, isn’t it?! Recently we’ve been getting remasters, remakes, ports, backwards compatibility, and re-releases of classic games from the last ten to twenty years. Atari was at their peak many years before that, with their Atari 2600 ...
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