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Spectrum (Nintendo Switch) Review

Spectrum (Nintendo Switch) Review

Spectrum is a game developed by 3D Avenue that wears it minimalist design like a badge of honour. It originally came out in 2015 on iOS and Android devices to generally positive reviews. One year later, it would appear on ...
The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker (PS4) Review

The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker (PS4) Review

The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker came out in June this year and may have been a title which flew under your radar due to its rather unique story and gameplay mechanics. The game is an FMV interactive ‘whodunnit’ story in ...
Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story (PS4) Review

Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story (PS4) Review

I can’t get enough of all of the amazing games PQube are publishing lately. First, we had Gal*Gun 2, then Punch Line, and now Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story. Developed by Agate, with the help of Kickstarter backers, this latest iteration ...
My Memory of Us (PS4) Review

My Memory of Us (PS4) Review

My Memory of Us is an emotional puzzle-platformer which is set within a fictitious world where robots have invaded and are ‘tagging’ the humans in order to segregate them. However, just like My Brother Rabbit, the game is full of symbolism and ...
Mega Man 11 (PS4) Review

Mega Man 11 (PS4) Review

The Blue Bomber has appeared once again, thanks to Capcom, in order to stop Dr. Wily! This time, our antagonist has stolen robots from Dr. Light so he can implement his gear system into them and create powerful robots that ...
Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk (PS4) Review

Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk (PS4) Review

Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk is the latest dungeon crawler to hit Western shores from developer, and publisher, Nippon Ichi Software (NIS). NIS has created and published a lot of games over the years, games which span genres such ...
This is the Police 2 (PS4) Review

This is the Police 2 (PS4) Review

This is the Police 2 is the sequel to the rather addictive Tactical RPG game ‘This is the Police’ (obviously). I’ve already written, in detail, a full review of the game when it came out on PC in August – which ...
Detective Gallo (PS4) Review

Detective Gallo (PS4) Review

Detective Gallo is a charming point and click adventure game in the vein of old-school Lucas Arts adventure games with its emphasis on inventory puzzles and lots of informative dialogue. If I was to compare it to just one title, ...
Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle (PS4) Review

Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle (PS4) Review

Capcom are well known for their classic arcade titles. The most infamous of these would clearly be the Street Fighter series. However, Capcom has already delivered a collection of all these titled: Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection. Sticking to the theme of ...
My Brother Rabbit (PS4) Review

My Brother Rabbit (PS4) Review

Artifex Mundi are well known for their publishing and development of Hidden Object Games (HOGs) on pretty much every platform under the sun from mobiles to consoles. My Brother Rabbit is a side step from the usual as they present ...
The Gardens Between (PS4) Review

The Gardens Between (PS4) Review

The Gardens Between was one of the few indie titles shown off at Paris Games Week 2017 which really stood out for me. It looked simply stunning with it’s bold and beautiful graphics, its interesting take on time manipulation and it’s ...
PLANET ALPHA (PS4) Review

PLANET ALPHA (PS4) Review

PLANET ALPHA is Team17’s 100th released game, which is an incredible achievement for the publisher. The tiny team of three Danish developers behind the game have created a title truly worthy of this accolade. PLANET ALPHA plays incredibly similar to Playdead’s ...
STAY (PS4) Review

STAY (PS4) Review

I’ve been interested in STAY for quite a while now. I obtained a PC code many months ago but since I heard there was a PS4 and PS Vita version coming shortly, I held back from playing it past the ...
Ninjin: Clash of Carrots (PS4) Review

Ninjin: Clash of Carrots (PS4) Review

What would you get if you crossed an endless runner with River City Ransom and bunnies? You’d get Ninjin: Clash of Carrots, a surprisingly addictive and extremely fun game. From developer Pocket Trap and publisher Modus Games, this mashup of various games ...
Sigi – A Fart for Melusina (PS4) Review

Sigi – A Fart for Melusina (PS4) Review

Have you ever thought to yourself what it would be like if Sir Arthur, from Ghouls ‘n Goblins, became overweight and rather flatulent before setting out on a mission of love? If you have, then Sigi – A Fart for Melusina is for ...
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