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Tharsis (Nintendo Switch) Review

Tharsis (Nintendo Switch) Review

If someone was to ask you “what is the most brutal and unforgiving game you’ve played this generation?”, what would you say? Would it be Dark Souls, maybe Sekiro, some may even say the Trials series, but for me, it ...
Depixtion (Nintendo Switch) Review

Depixtion (Nintendo Switch) Review

Regular visitors to my site will know that I love puzzle games, especially logic-based ones such as Sudoku and Picross, so I’m always on the lookout for games which provides a twist to the formula and offers something new and ...
Zombie Army Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Zombie Army Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

It seems like only yesterday when I was reviewing Zombie Army 4 on the PlayStation 4, an extremely satisfying Nazi zombie slaughtering simulation game in which you deliver the undead back to where they came from, Hell. Well, aside from ...
Braveland Trilogy (PS4) Review

Braveland Trilogy (PS4) Review

Last year I had the honour to review Braveland Trilogy on the Nintendo Switch, a collection of casual Heroes of Might and Magic style games combined within a single package. Today marks the release of the collection on the PlayStation ...
Portal Dogs (Nintendo Switch) Review

Portal Dogs (Nintendo Switch) Review

Platformers are one of the most popular genres out there, and for good reason too – they’re usually easy to get into and fun to play. The problem is, there are far too many of them on the Nintendo Switch ...
Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories (PS4/PSVR) Review

Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories (PS4/PSVR) Review

There have been a number of games delayed, put on hold, or simply cancelled due to coincidental events which occur in real life that mirror the concepts within the game. A while ago Death Road to Canada‘s release was delayed ...
Bohemian Killing (Switch) Review

Bohemian Killing (Switch) Review

Murder mysteries are entertaining, playing out the story and never knowing who is going to die or when, until the fatal event occurs and the police intervene and investigate. However, what if we began at the murder, knowing the who, ...
The Complex (PS4) Review

The Complex (PS4) Review

There’s nothing more entertaining than an interactive FMV game, choosing what actions and dialogue the on-screen characters perform and watching as the events play out in front of you. Over the years I’ve played many of these, such as The ...
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected (Switch) Review

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected (Switch) Review

The time is finally here guys, it’s the release of an open-world action-adventure game which involves you enhancing your superpowers, collecting orbs, playing both solo or in co-op, and generally causing havoc for the enemies and civilians alike! No, silly… ...
Wunderling (Nintendo Switch) Review

Wunderling (Nintendo Switch) Review

The SNES was a great era for gaming – sure, a lot of garbage was put onto the system, but it’s where a lot of us started our gaming journey. These days, we love replaying the games we grew up ...
Metro Redux [2033 and Last Light] (Nintendo Switch) Review

Metro Redux [2033 and Last Light] (Nintendo Switch) Review

The Nintendo Switch has received a number of ports, some based upon the previous generation of consoles (the PS3, Wii U, and Xbox 360) and some modified and optimised versions of PS4 and Xbox One titles. Due to its weaker ...
Jump, Step, Step (PS4) Review

Jump, Step, Step (PS4) Review

Puzzle games come in many variations, especially digital ones. There are digital representations of classics such as word searches, Picross, and crosswords, and there are games which invent their own puzzles through the use of a narrative adventure or immersive ...
DOOM Eternal (PS4) Review

DOOM Eternal (PS4) Review

When DOOM was set to be rebooted back in 2016, nobody knew what to expect. Would it be a simple remake of the original game with some cinematics thrown in, would it be a 30fps narrative FPS, or would it ...
King Lucas (Nintendo Switch) Review

King Lucas (Nintendo Switch) Review

Simplistic platformers with roguelike and/or Metroidvania gameplay aspects are quite common at the moment, especially among the indie scene. So, for one to stand out it has to have its own ‘thing’, something which is unique or special to draw ...
Welcome to Primrose Lake (Switch) Review

Welcome to Primrose Lake (Switch) Review

Time management games are my guilty pleasure, I’ve loved playing them ever since I first played Diner Dash many, many years ago on my mother’s iPad. However, I tend not to play too many PC games these days and there ...
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