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Pure Farming 2018 (PS4) Review

Pure Farming 2018 (PS4) Review

Simulation games have always been my guilty pleasure, from Train Simulator on the PC to Real Farm on the PS4. They aren’t your typical ‘hardcore’ game, they are there in order to wind down and relax whilst jumping in for ...
Flynn & Freckles (PS4) Review

Flynn & Freckles (PS4) Review

Avast ye landlubbers – today I be lookin’ at Flynn & Freckles from the small indie team at Rookie Hero Games, Yarrrr shiver me timbers! Ahem, sorry about that – Flynn & Freckles is yet another game which has been ...
Titan Quest (PS4) Review

Titan Quest (PS4) Review

THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games have almost surprised a lot of us by bringing Titan Quest to all modern consoles, including the Switch (later this year). Titan Quest was first released back in 2006 on PC as one of ...
Tesla vs. Lovecraft (PS4) Review

Tesla vs. Lovecraft (PS4) Review

If I said “I’ve been waiting for this game” then that would be the understatement of the year. Since I reviewed JYDGE from 10Tons last year, I spotted something on their site that really caught my eye, Tesla vs. Lovecraft. ...
Pop-up Pilgrims (PSVR) Review

Pop-up Pilgrims (PSVR) Review

Not everything in VR has to be first-person – that’s a phrase I wouldn’t have thought I would have ever said if you had asked me before the beginning of 2018. To me, I always thought VR would only work if ...
Attack on Titan 2 (PS4) Review

Attack on Titan 2 (PS4) Review

When I started playing Attack on Titan 2 I was confused, I was getting an immense feeling of deja vu as I played throughout the story – I’ve been here before, I know this story, whats going on? I’ve not seen ...
The 25th Ward: The Silver Case (PS4) Review

The 25th Ward: The Silver Case (PS4) Review

The 25th Ward: The Silver Case is a sequel to The Silver Case, which was released on PS4 back in 2017. The 25th Ward was originally developed by Suda51 via Grasshopper Manufacturer back in 2005 and was only released on certain ...
Rangi (PSVR) Review

Rangi (PSVR) Review

Everyone knows I love a good puzzle (just look at how many puzzle games I have reviewed so far!) and I’m also known for loving my PSVR. So, along came Rangi – a puzzle game built in VR – sounds ...
Blasters of the Universe (PSVR) Review

Blasters of the Universe (PSVR) Review

Blasters of the Universe is a wave-based VR shooter from Secret Location, and whilst we have already received a few of these on PSVR, such as Shooty Fruity and Ancient Amuletor, Blasters of the Universe is up there as one ...
The Council: Episode 1:- The Mad Ones (PS4) Review

The Council: Episode 1:- The Mad Ones (PS4) Review

Every now and again we get a new adventure game which is presented to us in chapters – TellTale games were the first to make this format popular with the likes of Kings Quest, Life is Strange, and even Resident ...
The Raven: Remastered (PS4) Review

The Raven: Remastered (PS4) Review

What I love about KING Art Games is their love of the adventure game/point-and-click genre. Recently we had Black Mirror, which I thought was great, and they also created the iconic ‘Book of Unwritten Tales’ series. The team are back with ...
Abo Khashem (PS4) Review

Abo Khashem (PS4) Review

Where do I begin with Abo Khashem? I imagine it’s most likely a game which flew under your radar which you have no idea what it is, or about – If so, I wouldn’t blame you as there has been very ...
Deiland (PS4) Review

Deiland (PS4) Review

I recently became aware of the PlayStation Talent program in Spain whilst I was reviewing Timothy vs. the Aliens. Since then, I’ve decided to keep an eye on games emerging from the program as there is a load of great games ...
Moss (PSVR) Review

Moss (PSVR) Review

When we were kids, we used to love reading storybooks and having them read to us as we dozed off to sleep. Moss, from the amazing team at Polyarc, captures the magic of hearing a fairytale and mixes it with ...
Fear Effect: Sedna (PS4) Review

Fear Effect: Sedna (PS4) Review

Fear Effect and its sequel have garnered a kind of cult following over the years, the 3rd person puzzle solving crossed with stealth, action and the supernatural made it perfect for those who enjoyed both Metal Gear and Resident Evil. Fast forward ...
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