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L.A. Noire (PS4) Review

L.A. Noire (PS4) Review

I’ll be honest here, I own L.A. Noire on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC yet I’ve never played it until now. I didn’t not play it for any particular reason, I just saw it as a game which would ...
Vesta (PS4) Review

Vesta (PS4) Review

I love a good puzzle, give me a sudoku or a picross puzzle and I’ll hand it back to you completed within a matter of minutes as I like to think I have a logical mind and can easily overcome ...
Defunct (PS4) Review

Defunct (PS4) Review

Do you like speed? Check. Do you like adventure? Check. Do you like spending half of a game getting used to the controls and then starting to enjoy the game more? Erm… I’ll get back to you on that one! ...
VR the Diner Duo (PSVR) Review

VR the Diner Duo (PSVR) Review

What games did you play with your family over Christmas? Charades? Monopoly? Maybe even it’s Quiz Time? I went to my parents and we played all of the above plus one more which took centre stage for a few reasons, ...
Raw Data (PSVR) Review

Raw Data (PSVR) Review

I only purchased one piece of new tech in 2017 which is strange as I usually jump on all new devices as soon as they become available. However, the new tech I bought was something I had owned once before, ...
Beholder: Complete Edition (PS4) Review

Beholder: Complete Edition (PS4) Review

Beholder: Complete Edition is clearly inspired by dystopian works such as 1984 and Fahrenheit 451, it places you within a totalitarian state as the appointed landlord for an apartment building. There are a lot of moral choices which appear throughout the game ...
Doom VFR (PSVR) Review

Doom VFR (PSVR) Review

I think it’s fair to say that a lot of people have been on the fence about VR over the last 12 months, is it worth investing into a VR headset device or are there only ‘experiences’ available for it? ...
Tokyo Tattoo Girls (PS Vita) Review

Tokyo Tattoo Girls (PS Vita) Review

Yakuza, Nier, Persona and Gravity Rush are all considered ‘niche’ titles – a few of them might not be anymore but at the beginning of last year they were. The vast majority of people wouldn’t have known much about them if ...
Tiny Metal (PS4) Review

Tiny Metal (PS4) Review

Back in the early 2000s, there were three games I played constantly on my Gameboy Advance; The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap, Final Fantasy Tactics and Advance Wars. The latter of which and its sequel, Black Hole Rising, would ...
Little Red Lie (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Little Red Lie (PS4, PS Vita) Review

We rarely get games on the PS4 or Vita which try and portray serious, realistic topics. We may get the odd game here or there which has a ‘life lesson’ in it which tries to deliver a topic with a ...
Son of Scoregasm (PS Vita) Review

Son of Scoregasm (PS Vita) Review

Son of Scoregasm is a twin-stick shooter from Charlie’s Games. Charlie’s Games is a one-man developer studio, something we don’t see very much over on the console front so I was eager to find out just how well one man can ...
Albert & Otto: The Adventure Begins (PS4) Review

Albert & Otto: The Adventure Begins (PS4) Review

A few years back, if an indie title came out and it was; artistic, drained of colour or silent, then you knew you were in for something different, something exciting. Nowadays, we have a shed-load of titles which fit within this ...
Star Ocean  – The Last Hope – 4K and Full HD Remaster (PS4) Remaster

Star Ocean – The Last Hope – 4K and Full HD Remaster (PS4) Remaster

I have many fond memories of the Xbox 360 era; it was the first time I played a Dynasty Warriors game, the first time I ever played online, and surprisingly the first time I had played a JRPG and really ...
Energy Invasion (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Energy Invasion (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Energy Invasion is the latest game from Sometimes You, a developer and publisher who has published a number of games in the last six months. The theme I get from the games they publish is ‘easy to play but hard ...
Wuppo (PS4) Review

Wuppo (PS4) Review

We rarely get games that look ‘different’ these days as a lot of indie developers favour the simplistic look over the realistic and AAA developers do the opposite. Knuist & Perzik have given us a game in the artistic style of ...
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