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We. The Revolution (PS4) Review

We. The Revolution (PS4) Review

We. The Revolution, from Polish Developer Polyslash and publisher Klabater, is a bit different from your typical game. Based on the French Revolution in Paris, you are a Judge of the tribunal, named Alexis Fidele, and it’s your duty to ...
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SongBird Symphony (PS4) Review

SongBird Symphony (PS4) Review

Have you ever played a game which made you instantly bond with the lead character? One which made you want to reach out and give them a massive hug when they felt depressed, cheer along when they’re happy, encourage them ...
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Moss + Twilight Garden DLC (PSVR) Review

Moss + Twilight Garden DLC (PSVR) Review

Why do we have another Moss Review? In case you didn’t know, the creators of the VR platforming hit Moss, Polyarc, have recently released a free update, adding a new chapter called the Twilight Garden. This review will be a ...
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Cytus Alpha / Cytus α (Switch) Review

Cytus Alpha / Cytus α (Switch) Review

Over the years we’ve had a number of rhythm-based games, each with their own unique gameplay elements. We’ve had titles such as Guitar Hero and Rockband, which both utilised their own custom controllers to build immersion; the Final Fantasy Theatrhythm ...
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Etherborn (PS4) Review

Etherborn (PS4) Review

I need to pay more attention to Fig, an alternative crowdfunding site to Kickstarter which was founded by Justin Bailey (the former COO of Double Fine Productions). Just like Kickstarter, it allows developers to pitch their games and receive funding ...
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Car Mechanic Simulator (PS4) Review

Car Mechanic Simulator (PS4) Review

As soon as I spot the word ‘Simulator’ within the title of a game, I know it’ll be a game I end up loving and/or losing hours to, as I learn the ropes of performing a real job. I know ...
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The Expression Amrilato (PC) Review

The Expression Amrilato (PC) Review

I have to admit, whilst I am absolutely in love with Yuri (lesbian relationships or homoeroticism) visual novels, I was a bit hesitant at first when I heard of The Expression Amrilato for the very first time. Although its premise ...
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VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action (PS4) Review

VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action (PS4) Review

VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action isn’t your typical visual novel game. SUKEBAN Games, the developer, makes this clear via the ‘Cyberpunk Bartender Action’ tagline! This tagline is not only in your face on the title screen but also pretty much ...
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Stranger Things 3: The Game (PS4) Review

Stranger Things 3: The Game (PS4) Review

When I was younger, pretty much every successful film and TV show had its own video game based on the franchise. We saw this a lot last generation, with all of the Disney tie-ins and the beginning of Telltale Games’ ...
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Another Sight (PS4) Review

Another Sight (PS4) Review

It’s been a little while since I delved into a decent puzzle game and was truly hooked, but I finally played one which I couldn’t put down. Developed by Lunar Great Wall Studios, Another Sight is a very intriguing 2.5D ...
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Paper Dolls: Original (PS4) Review

Paper Dolls: Original (PS4) Review

I was very excited when I saw that Paper Dolls: Original was coming to the PlayStation 4. It originally released as a VR title on both the PC and PSVR headsets last year, albeit with a few changes to make ...
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SAMURAI SHODOWN (PS4) Review

SAMURAI SHODOWN (PS4) Review

Fighting games have been a large part of my gaming DNA for many years. I often cite Super Street Fighter as the game that transitioned me from a casual gamer to hardcore as I would come home from school and ...
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Sea of Solitude (PS4) Review

Sea of Solitude (PS4) Review

EA is infamous for releasing big blockbuster titles such as Anthem and Battlefront, which are AAA despite the ‘issues’ they have, but they’ve also begun to dabble with smaller indie titles too. To help manage these titles, EA set up ...
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Hero Express (Switch) Review

Hero Express (Switch) Review

I’m a sucker for addictive progression-based games; as soon as a game introduces a roguelike/lite mechanic where you’re deemed to fail so that you can improve your stats and try again, I’m hooked. As such, I’ve recently found myself addicted ...
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Captain Cat (Nintendo Switch) Review

Captain Cat (Nintendo Switch) Review

The Nintendo Switch has an impressively large library of games, considering it’s only been on sale for two years. However, as you dive into the e-Shop and poke around, you’ll notice that there are easily over a thousand direct ports ...
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