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SongBird Symphony (PS4) Review

SongBird Symphony (PS4) Review

Have you ever played a game which made you instantly bond with the lead character? One which made you want to reach out and give them a massive hug when they felt depressed, cheer along when they’re happy, encourage them ...
Cytus Alpha / Cytus α (Switch) Review

Cytus Alpha / Cytus α (Switch) Review

Over the years we’ve had a number of rhythm-based games, each with their own unique gameplay elements. We’ve had titles such as Guitar Hero and Rockband, which both utilised their own custom controllers to build immersion; the Final Fantasy Theatrhythm ...
Etherborn (PS4) Review

Etherborn (PS4) Review

I need to pay more attention to Fig, an alternative crowdfunding site to Kickstarter which was founded by Justin Bailey (the former COO of Double Fine Productions). Just like Kickstarter, it allows developers to pitch their games and receive funding ...
VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action (PS4) Review

VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action (PS4) Review

VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action isn’t your typical visual novel game. SUKEBAN Games, the developer, makes this clear via the ‘Cyberpunk Bartender Action’ tagline! This tagline is not only in your face on the title screen but also pretty much ...
Another Sight (PS4) Review

Another Sight (PS4) Review

It’s been a little while since I delved into a decent puzzle game and was truly hooked, but I finally played one which I couldn’t put down. Developed by Lunar Great Wall Studios, Another Sight is a very intriguing 2.5D ...
Hero Express (Switch) Review

Hero Express (Switch) Review

I’m a sucker for addictive progression-based games; as soon as a game introduces a roguelike/lite mechanic where you’re deemed to fail so that you can improve your stats and try again, I’m hooked. As such, I’ve recently found myself addicted ...
Captain Cat (Nintendo Switch) Review

Captain Cat (Nintendo Switch) Review

The Nintendo Switch has an impressively large library of games, considering it’s only been on sale for two years. However, as you dive into the e-Shop and poke around, you’ll notice that there are easily over a thousand direct ports ...
The Sinking City (PS4) Review

The Sinking City (PS4) Review

There are a few games which I’ve followed for a number of years now, hoping they satisfy all of my hype and anticipation I’ve gained throughout the years of following their development. As a massive fan of Frogwares and their ...
Red Faction Guerrilla: ReMARStered / Remastered (Switch) Review

Red Faction Guerrilla: ReMARStered / Remastered (Switch) Review

THQ Nordic announced a few months back that their remastered ‘smash-em-up’, Red Faction Guerrilla: ReMARStered, was coming to the Nintendo Switch after the successful release over on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. With a release date set for ...
Ascendance (Nintendo Switch) Review

Ascendance (Nintendo Switch) Review

Sometimes I don’t want to start a new narrative-based game, learn the mechanics of resource management or simulation games, or brutally murder NPCs out of necessity or pleasure; I sometimes just want a game I can play casually. Ascendance is ...
Back in 1995 (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Back in 1995 (PS4, PS Vita) Review

I was a mere 1-year-old pup in 1995, the year in which this game is set and seeks to elicit vivid and happy memories from for the gamers old enough to remember. I may not have been around to experience ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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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