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A Fisherman’s Tale (PSVR) Review

A Fisherman’s Tale (PSVR) Review

Everyone has their own routine in the morning, you get up, brush your teeth, have a shower, get dressed, have your breakfast etc… But, what if you awaken one day and things are different, something seems out of place and stops ...
Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Another day, another remaster of a game from console generations long past. I imagine it must be pretty manic over at THQ Nordic, with their recent influx of buying old IPs and acquiring new licences, I presume they’re always getting ...
Lucius III [3] (PC) Review

Lucius III [3] (PC) Review

Lucius III is a sequel which I never thought we would get. The first game in the series was almost a recreation of the Omen movie, where Lucius had just discovered he’s the son of the devil and must kill ...
When Ski Lifts Go Wrong (Nintendo Switch) Review

When Ski Lifts Go Wrong (Nintendo Switch) Review

I’m deathly afraid to go skiing or snowboarding. I can’t snowboard because I have the balance of an alcoholic on a Friday night at 2 am and I have been skiing as part of a field trip when I was ...
Genesis Alpha One (PS4) Review

Genesis Alpha One (PS4) Review

I’m a fan of a number of genres, such as Resource Management, Base Building, Roguelike, Exploration, Simulation, First Person Shooters, etc… However, I don’t think I’ve ever thought to myself – what would happen if you shoved all of the ...
Song of Memories (PS4) Review

Song of Memories (PS4) Review

The butterfly effect is a curious mechanic which has featured in various forms of media over the years. The whole concept that one small action could cause a chain reaction of events which could, in theory, ultimately lead to an ...
Resident Evil 2 – Remake (PS4) Review

Resident Evil 2 – Remake (PS4) Review

The year is 1996 and yours truly is but a young pup of 11 years old (but almost 12!) and ready to play any game you throw at me. My older brother, 13 at the time, has friends that also ...
The Hong Kong Massacre (PS4) Review

The Hong Kong Massacre (PS4) Review

Back in 2017, at Paris Games Week, we were presented with our first look at The Hong Kong Massacre – a top-down twin-stick shooter which focuses on slowing down time so you can pull off some awesome looking combos and ...
Build a Bridge! (Nintendo Switch) Review

Build a Bridge! (Nintendo Switch) Review

Put your hardhat on and get ready to channel your inner Frank Lloyd Wright as BoomBit games are here with their console adaptation of their popular Mobile game, Build a Bridge! As with a few other games currently available on various platforms, ...
8-Bit Hordes (PS4) Review

8-Bit Hordes (PS4) Review

Back in November 2018 I reviewed 8-Bit Armies – a blocky pixel RTS in the vein of a simplified Command and Conquer. I noted at the time that 8-Bit Armies was but 1/3 of a series which was due to fully ...
Wandersong (PS4) Review

Wandersong (PS4) Review

A few days ago I was casually checking out a few of the trailers PlayStation had uploaded to their YouTube channel. One game instantly stuck out to me with its bright colours, emotional soundtrack and imagery, and extremely cute aesthetic – that ...
Guns’n’Stories: Bulletproof VR (PSVR) Review

Guns’n’Stories: Bulletproof VR (PSVR) Review

One of the most popular genres on PSVR at the moment is the immersive First Person Shooter genre, this is because the concept suits the medium perfectly. You take the role of the protagonist, you become a badass with both ...
Dragon’s Lair Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Dragon’s Lair Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Ah yes, the year is 1983 and the world is a slightly better place. Gaming is on the cusp of something massive with the release of the Nintendo Entertainment System. We do not see them as much as we used ...
YIIK: A Postmodern RPG (PS4) Review

YIIK: A Postmodern RPG (PS4) Review

I think it’s safe to say that the RPG genre isn’t exactly a dying breed. We have your standard RPG games like the Vampyr, JRPG like Star Ocean, SRPG like Achtung! Cthulu Tactics, and ARPG games such as Titan Quest. ...
Smoke and Sacrifice (PS4) Review

Smoke and Sacrifice (PS4) Review

I’m not the biggest fan of survival-based games if I’m being honest, I tend to become very frustrated with them and usually give up after an hour or two. However, there’s something about Smoke and Sacrifice which had me hooked from the ...
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