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Rad Rodgers (PS4) Review

Rad Rodgers (PS4) Review

How many people out there remember the old school platformers? I’m not talking about your Marios, Sonics or even your Bubsys – I’m talking about games such as Jazz Jackrabbit, Commander Keen and Ruff’n’Tumble. These are 90’s era platformers which were ...
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Monster Energy Supercross (PS4) Review

Monster Energy Supercross (PS4) Review

Monster Energy Supercross (or Monster Energy AMA Supercross – FIM World Championship: The Official Videogame – to give it it’s full title!) is the latest game from Italian developer, Milestone S.r.l. – they are a common name in the world of ...
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Crossing Souls (PS4) Review

Crossing Souls (PS4) Review

Crossing Souls is yet another Kickstarter success story – these seem to be on a roll this month! Raising $51k out of a $45k goal, Fourattic has teamed up with Devolver Digital to bring their game to PC and PS4 (with ...
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The Longest Five Minutes (PS Vita) Review

The Longest Five Minutes (PS Vita) Review

I simply adore NIS America as they seem to know me inside out – pretty much every title they develop or publish instantly makes me want to buy them, even the controversial Tokyo Tattoo Girls which still doesn’t sync with PSN, yet ...
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Squareboy Vs. Bullies: Arena Edition (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Squareboy Vs. Bullies: Arena Edition (PS4, PS Vita) Review

When I was a wee lad, I used to play a lot of beat ’em ups before I became obsessed with RPGs and adventure games. I used to love the feeling of being in control, taking out anyone who so much ...
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Energy Cycle (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Energy Cycle (PS4, PS Vita) Review

When it comes to puzzle games, some games get really deep and create mind-boggling puzzles which have you scratching your head over, whereas others deliver games which are so easy a child could complete it within a few minutes. However, ...
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Alteric (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Alteric (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Alteric is a game which is heavily influenced by a few popular games, mainly Thomas was alone and Super Meat Boy. If you have played both of these titles then you will know how different they are, one is a calm ...
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Spiral Splatter (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Spiral Splatter (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Spiral Splatter is akin to those old metal puzzle games you used to play at local fairs where you would hold a baton and have to move it along a wire without making contact with the sides. The game has ...
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One More Dungeon (PS4, PS Vita) Review

One More Dungeon (PS4, PS Vita) Review

One More Dungeon is the latest pixel-graphics Rogue-like game from developer Stately Snail and Publisher Ratalaika Games. Ratalaika Games are well known for their help in porting smaller indie titles from the PC to consoles – in this case buying the game will ...
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Nine Parchments (PS4) Review

Nine Parchments (PS4) Review

A copy of the game was kindly provided for review purposesNine Parchments is the latest game from studio Frozenbyte who is most famous for their ‘Trine’ series. If you have owned any gaming platform the in last 5-10 years then ...
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Spintires: MudRunner (PS4) Review

Spintires: MudRunner (PS4) Review

Have you ever seen films where a car gets stuck in the mud and you see the tires furiously spinning around, spitting mud all over the place yet moving nowhere? Upon seeing this did you ever think to yourself, “That’s ...
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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 ...
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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! ...
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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 ...
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Tiny Metal (PS4) Review

Tiny Metal (PS4) Review

Back in the early 2000’s 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 keep ...
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