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HELLMUT: The Badass from Hell (Xbox One) Review

HELLMUT: The Badass from Hell (Xbox One) Review

There are so many 2D bullet-hell games around that it’s hard to find any that stand out from the pack. Thankfully, developers Volcanicc have made a game which is one such example that caught my eye. Hellmut: The Badass from ...
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Witch Thief (Nintendo Switch) Review

Witch Thief (Nintendo Switch) Review

Witch Thief is a bullet hell shooter with a whole new perspective. Rather than relying on old shmup styles, this new game, by developer and publisher Cardboard Games, has an underlying narrative and is played in third-person within a 3D ...
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Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa (PS4) Review

Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa (PS4) Review

Visual Novels are my guilty pleasure. When I can’t be bothered to read a book and I can’t think of what game I want to play, I put on a Visual Novel; two birds, one stone! I’ve covered a number ...
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American Fugitive (PS4) Review

American Fugitive (PS4) Review

Does anyone remember the original Grand Theft Auto? The top-down classic where you go around the city fulfilling missions given to you via a public payphone as you mow down pedestrians and avoid the cops? It seems Fallen Tree Games ...
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Neon Caves (Switch) Review

Neon Caves (Switch) Review

Neon Caves is a colourful arcade shooter made by Force of Habit, an independent studio based in the UK. It’s a bullet hell shmup with a very old school feel but it also has a couple of defining features that ...
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Team Sonic Racing (PS4) Review

Team Sonic Racing (PS4) Review

Last gen, there was a kart-based series which I played constantly, two games which ate hours of my life every week as I became absorbed by their replayability and wide array of characters and tracks. No, I’m not talking about ...
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Unruly Heroes (PS4) Review

Unruly Heroes (PS4) Review

Journey to the West is an infamous Chinese story which has been retold and adapted in many cultures over the years. Two such adaptations always spring to mind, both Enslaved: Odyssey to the West – the 2010 game from Ninja ...
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Resident Evil 4 (Switch) Review

Resident Evil 4 (Switch) Review

It’s been fourteen years since the original release of Resident Evil 4 for the Nintendo Gamecube, yet when people talk about the game you can see the glint in their eyes as they recall the first time they played this ...
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Resident Evil HD Remastered (Switch) Review

Resident Evil HD Remastered (Switch) Review

I’m probably one of the few people in the world who grew up around the era of the PlayStation that has never played a Resident Evil game all the way through. As such, we were offered all three of the ...
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Resident Evil Zero/0 (Switch) Review

Resident Evil Zero/0 (Switch) Review

The Nintendo Switch finally has some more big boy games coming, stopping the army of fans of other platforms from complaining about it being too family-oriented. Now, the grandaddy of all horror series, Resident Evil, has three games on the ...
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Castlevania Anniversary Collection (PS4) Review

Castlevania Anniversary Collection (PS4) Review

Every 100 years Dracula comes back to life and is stronger than ever before, forcing mankind to call upon a saviour to save the day. The Belmont Clan are always up for a challenge as they are usually the first ...
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Marble it Up! (PC) Review

Marble it Up! (PC) Review

I am a massive fan of bringing back ideas from games of the past that are no longer around. Marble it Up! instantly caught my eye as it reminded me of one of my favourite games to play on the ...
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Black Paradox (PS4) Review

Black Paradox (PS4) Review

Black Paradox is a Side Scrolling Shoot-em-up massively influenced by all things ’80s, made by Fantastico Studio. The title comes from the name of your character, a time-travelling space gallivanting bounty hunter who must hunt down the seven leaders of ...
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The World Next Door (PC) Review

The World Next Door (PC) Review

My first thought when I learned about this game was that it simply looks stunning, given it’s an indie game. While not every part of the gameplay sounded appealing to me at first, I found it very interesting after having ...
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Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love (PC) Review

Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love (PC) Review

When you hear the name Artifex Mundi there’s only one type of game which comes to mind, Hidden Object Games (HOGs). They are infamous among trophy hunters for their enjoyable, yet easy, platinum trophies, as well as very popular with ...
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