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Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey (PC) Review

Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey (PC) Review

Old School Point-and-Click games are a guilty pleasure of mine. From the days of classic Lucas Arts Games such as Sam and Max and The Dig to modern games like Silence, Deponia, and The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk. ...
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Ghost Giant (PSVR) Review

Ghost Giant (PSVR) Review

When I was a kid, I owned pop-up picture books. You would turn the page and get greeted by a magnificent scene which appeared right before your very eyes, complete with tabs to move as you spy into peoples houses, ...
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy [Remaster] (PS4) Review

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy [Remaster] (PS4) Review

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney was my first ever experience of a Visual Novel, although I would probably call it an Investigative Visual Novel due to the nature of the game and the fact it’s not just about reading the narrative. ...
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Darksiders: Warmastered Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

Darksiders: Warmastered Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

I don’t think there’s anyone out there who hasn’t played or at least heard of Darksiders by now. Each game in the franchise sees you playing as one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse as you work your way ...
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Roger & James in They Came From Below [We Happy Few DLC] (PS4) Review

Roger & James in They Came From Below [We Happy Few DLC] (PS4) Review

Back in August 2018, we took a trip to Wellington Wells, a dystopian town which was divided into two classes, those who take their ‘Joy’ and live a drug-addicted life, and those who went cold turkey and became ‘Downers’. We ...
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Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid (Switch) Review

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid (Switch) Review

I grew up with the Power Rangers, I would watch it religiously every time it was on TV. However, my knowledge of the show only stems around the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the first Movie – I’ve not watched ...
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Zanki Zero: Last Beginning (PS4) Review

Zanki Zero: Last Beginning (PS4) Review

Going back to September 2017, my first ever published review was for a little game called Danganronpa V3 from Spike Chunsoft – a few of you may have heard of it… This weekend I’ve had the pleasure of playing the ...
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Where the Bees Make Honey (PS4) Review

Where the Bees Make Honey (PS4) Review

One of the things I love about Indie games is that, just like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re going to get. In a time where most of the top games on all platforms are all very ...
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Access Denied (PS4) Review

Access Denied (PS4) Review

There are days when I crave a long, narrative-driven adventure, sometimes I just want to shoot and kill things, and then there are times where I want to keep my brain active by solving a few puzzles. Access Denied falls ...
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I and Me (PS4) Review

I and Me (PS4) Review

Sometimes, even the simplest of ideas can be created into an enjoyable and entertaining game, they can even be twisted into a sadistic and difficult one should the developer wish to increase its challenge. I and Me is one such ...
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Mixups by POWGI (PS4) Review

Mixups by POWGI (PS4) Review

Lightwood Games have returned with another one of their clinical-looking puzzle games, this time it’s less logic-based than their previous sudoku and picross series’. Mixups by POWGI is a game in which the gameplay is perfectly described within the title ...
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Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists ~Ateliers of the New World~ (PS4) Review

Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists ~Ateliers of the New World~ (PS4) Review

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Atelier franchise, Gust and Koei Tecmo have created a new game in the series which looks very similar yet plays completely different. Instead of sticking to the standard format, we’re invited to ...
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Beat Cop (PS4) Review

Beat Cop (PS4) Review

Simulation games can come in all shapes and sizes; from full-on 1:1 simulation games like Train Sim World, which has you driving a realistic train, to God-like games where you control the action as an overlooking ethereal being, such as ...
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The Messenger (PS4) Review

The Messenger (PS4) Review

I don’t really have fond memories of every game series from my youth. It’s not to say that the games were bad, but I just don’t think about The Adventures of Lolo, Kid Icarus or Ninja Gaiden anymore as they ...
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Bard’s Gold (Nintendo Switch) Review

Bard’s Gold (Nintendo Switch) Review

I have a love/hate relationship with ‘rogue’ games. Developers sometimes make them stupidly difficult just so you can only progress a few minutes at a time, whereas others are very generous with their implementation of the mechanics. Over the last ...
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