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Lost At Sea Fi3

Lost Sea (Nintendo Switch + PS4) Review

Lost Sea is a top-down action-adventure game with an emphasis on exploration as you venture through the perilous islands within the Bermuda Triangle. Lost Sea came out a while ago on PS4, PC and Xbox One and I’ve been playing it ...
Old Man's Journey Fi3

Old Man’s Journey (PS4) Review

When I first started playing Old Man’s Journey, I wasn’t 100% sure what type of game I was about to play. Was it going to be a narrative story about coming to terms with dying? Was it a puzzle platformer ...
Hexologic Fi3

Hexologic (PC) Review

Recently, I had the pleasure of playing and reviewing Pic-a-Pix Color on the PS4 and PS Vita, which was based on the popular Picross format which also happens to be one of my favourite types of puzzle. My other favourite type ...
Yoku's Island Express Fi3

Yoku’s Island Express (PS4) Review

“A game, by Villa Gorilla” is the first thing you hear upon booting up Yoku’s Island Express and it surprisingly sets the mood for the game perfectly. I can’t explain why, but that voice followed by the amazing music of ...
Street Fighter Collection Fi3

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (PS4) Review

The original Street Fighter Arcade game came out in arcades back in 1987, with a home console port following it in 1988. Since then we have been getting something ‘Street Fighter’ related almost every year, be it a new game, ...
Moonlighter Fi3

Moonlighter (PS4) Review

People who have read my reviews before will know that certain genres and games get me all giddy and excited. Genres such as puzzle games, strategy, simulations and point-and-click games. However, one genre hasn’t been brought up by myself before, ...
Fox N Forests Fi3

Fox n Forests (PS4) Review

Fox n Forests, from Bonus Level Entertainment, is a 16-bit inspired game which has been heavily marketed as having heavy inspirations from games such as Ghouls ‘n Ghosts. So, my initial impression and question to the developer was, “Is this going to be ...
PixelJunk Monsters 2 Fi3

PixelJunk Monsters 2 (PS4) Review

PixelJunk Monsters on PS3 came out in 2007 to great reviews and the ‘deluxe’ edition on PSP received scores in the 90’s. The game was simple, it was a Tower Defence game where you would build towers in order to ...
Death Road To Canada Fi3

Death Road to Canada (PS4) Review

Death Road to Canada is basically the Oregon Trail but with Zombies. Oh wait, we have already got that, it’s called the Organ Trail… Okay, so the idea isn’t 100% original, but considering this game plays more like a top-down ...
Devious Dungeon Fi3

Devious Dungeon (PS4, PS Vita) Review

There are a few gameplay genres and visual styles which are very, very common these days. In terms of genres, we have a huge amount of rogue-lite and mobile phone/table ports and visually we have tonnes of ‘pixel-art’ style games. ...
Bleed 2 Fi3

Bleed 2 (PS4) Review

The original Bleed, which was released back in 2012 on PC and in August last year on the PS4, was a perfect example of a solid indie pixel-art side-scrolling action game done well. From Bootdisk Revolution, Bleed reminded me of ...
Pic A Pix Color Fi3

Pic-a-Pix Color (PS4, PS Vita) Review

I love Picross puzzles. I could end my review there and give it a score but I think that may be a little short! Pic-a-Pix is a port of the very popular 3DS and Wii U title by the same ...
Turmoil Fi3

Turmoil & The Heat is On DLC (PC) Review

I rarely play PC games these days but I couldn’t miss out on this one – a management sim about starting your own business to thrive on the oil rush whilst having direct control over what you build and buy. Sounds like ...
Masters Of Anima Fi3

Masters of Anima (PS4) Review

First, we had Pikmin, then came along Overlord, and now we have a new title which involves micromanagement of various classes of minions – Masters of Anima. From developer Passtech Games and publisher Focus Home Interactive, Masters of Anima seamlessly builds ...
Gal Gun 2 Fi3

Gal*Gun 2 (PS4) Review

Where do you begin with Gal*Gun? Gal*Gun 2 is the fourth game in the series, with the original being a last-gen Japanese only title, Gal*Gun: Double Peace on PS4, Vita and Steam, and Gal*Gun VR on Steam (we need that ...
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