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Hamsterdam: Paws of Justice (Switch) Review

Hamsterdam: Paws of Justice (Switch) Review

Earlier this year when I attended EGX: Rezzed, hands down the most adorable and fun game that I played was the Kickstarter funded Hamsterdam: Paws of Justice from developer Muse Games. Now having spent time with the full retail version ...
Shadows 2: Perfidia (Nintendo Switch) Review

Shadows 2: Perfidia (Nintendo Switch) Review

I don’t know what it is about horror games that draw me to them like a drunk guy to a taco bell at 2 am. I think it comes from a deep-seated feeling that I love the idea of getting ...
Friday the 13th: The Game Ultimate Slasher Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

Friday the 13th: The Game Ultimate Slasher Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

I remember when I was about 5 years old, my mom was working as a DJ late into the night and my Dad was “watching” my brother and I. He was a couple of beers in, so any kind of ...
The Great Perhaps (PC) Review

The Great Perhaps (PC) Review

There’s nothing quite like a quirky, interesting, and mechanically unique indie game, an adventure that places you within a recognisable world which has been altered by the events of a catastrophic genocide. Caligari Games and Daedalic Entertainment have presented us ...
Bear With Me: The Complete Collection (PS4) Review

Bear With Me: The Complete Collection (PS4) Review

Within this current generation of gaming we’ve seen a rise in the number of episodic releases, developers releasing their games one chapter at a time throughout the year to both prolong the experience/story and so they can deliver a product ...
Fobia (Nintendo Switch) Review

Fobia (Nintendo Switch) Review

Fobia is a first for me in that writing the review for the game has taken me longer than actually playing the game itself! It’s an incredibly short but not sweet experience. Developed by Tapteek, a two-person team, Fobia is ...
Silver Chains (PC) Review

Silver Chains (PC) Review

I don’t know what it is about the horror genre that people, such as myself, love so much. The very idea that we go into a piece of entertainment with the sole purpose of letting it scare the bejesus out ...
Solo: Islands of the Heart (PS4) Review

Solo: Islands of the Heart (PS4) Review

Everyone knows that I love a good puzzle game, especially when it a ‘good’ puzzle game that creates unique puzzles to solve, ones that make you think and look at things differently. One genre I’ve really started to enjoy is ...
Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries (Switch) Review

Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries (Switch) Review

Does anyone remember Super Meat Boy? If so, do you recall how frustrating it was trying to make it through a level full of traps and hazards without losing your train of thought and becoming mincemeat as you fall into ...
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (PS4) Review

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (PS4) Review

As Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is produced by Koji Igarashi and is considered a spiritual successor to the Castlevania series, I think it’s important to give a brief history to my experience of the Castlevania games. It’s a short ...
FIA European Truck Racing Championship (PS4) Review

FIA European Truck Racing Championship (PS4) Review

I’ve always been a fan of arcade racing games, squeezing the Right Trigger as hard as I can as I drift around corners and barge into the opponents like it’s a giant game of bumper cars. As such, games which ...
Automachef (Nintendo Switch) Review

Automachef (Nintendo Switch) Review

I do love resource management games, having the ability to micro-manage everything in order to ensure all components involved are working as efficiently and in harmony with one another as they can. I also have a strange fascination with automated ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood (PS4) Review

Wolfenstein: Youngblood (PS4) Review

I love the Wolfenstein franchise as there’s no thinking required, just run and shoot with a massive gun in each hand as you mercilessly slaughter a bunch of Nazis and their blood-thirsty machines. Wolfenstein: Youngblood takes the parts we love ...
Pawarumi (Nintendo Switch) Review

Pawarumi (Nintendo Switch) Review

There’s definitely no shortage when it comes to shoot ‘em ups, ‘shmups’ for short, and the latest effort comes courtesy of developers Manufacture 43. Pawarumi is a crazy shooter where you control a super-powerful ship in a strange futuristic setting. ...
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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