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Call of the Sea (PS5) Review

Call of the Sea (PS5) Review

When Call of the Sea was announced last year, during Xbox’s digital event, it instantly piqued my interest; a Lovecraftian mystery game with puzzles, exploration and adventure, but no horror aspect! However, seeing as it was only coming to PC ...
Protocol (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

Protocol (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

This week I’ve been playing Protocol, a game that straight-up warns you that you’ll find yourself frustrated, annoyed, stuck, and angry, via a handy warning that appears once you start a new game. It’s not wrong either, for a supposedly ...
Dark Nights with Poe and Munro (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

Dark Nights with Poe and Munro (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

Have you ever felt torn between if you want to watch something on the TV or play a video game? If so, why not combine the two and experience an interactive FMV cinematic adventure, putting yourself in the seat of ...
Terminator: Resistance Enhanced (PS5) Review

Terminator: Resistance Enhanced (PS5) Review

Back in November 2019, Terminator: Resistance launched on the PS4, Xbox One, and Steam platforms, a new story set within the iconic franchise that tells the story of one man who’s deeply involved within the ‘future war’. I never had ...
Narita Boy (PS4) Review

Narita Boy (PS4) Review

Studio Koba, a small Spanish-based developer, has created the perfect nostalgia-filled ‘80s throwback with Narita Boy. If The Last Starfighter and Tron had a computer game love child, this would be it. Narita Boy impressively merges both retro and futuristic ...
Balan Wonderworld (PS5) Review

Balan Wonderworld (PS5) Review

It’s been a few weeks since Balan Wonderworld released, a game that seems to have received a lot of negative coverage from the press and a mixed reception from gamers – but was this justified? The game is clearly aimed ...
Potion Party (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

Potion Party (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

I’m a big fan of resource and time management games, juggling things around in order to make your workflow efficient and ensuring everything is running like clockwork. I’ve previously reviewed both Overcooked 2 and Welcome to Primrose Lake, two very ...
Internet Court (PC) Review

Internet Court (PC) Review

Everyone loves the Ace Attorney games, courtroom dramas combined with comedy and over-the-top interactions which simply wouldn’t be tolerated in a real criminal justice scenario. Their real-life counterparts (albeit from the judge’s point of view) would be Judge Judy and ...
It Takes Two (PS5) Review

It Takes Two (PS5) Review

Josef Fares is back! The man with the wonderful and huge personality returns with his new co-op adventure via Hazelight Studios, this time with an experience that’s more fantastical and less-realistic than his previous two games. It Takes Two is ...
I Saw Black Clouds (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

I Saw Black Clouds (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

Wales Interactive are back with another interactive FMV experience, this time from Ghost Dog Films, which I believe is their first outing in the video game/choose your own adventure format. However, unlike recent FMV titles released by the publisher, I ...
Spacebase: Startopia (PS5) Review

Spacebase: Startopia (PS5) Review

In space, no one can hear you scream – unless you’re on the Black Hole Drop ride aboard the galactic utopia, Spacebase: Startopia! I’ve been waiting a while to get my hands on this game, I love the resource management ...
Super Seducer 3: The Final Seduction (PC) Review | Censored Edition

Super Seducer 3: The Final Seduction (PC) Review | Censored Edition

Mothers and Fathers, lock up your daughters because Richard La Ruina is back on the prowl in his search for love, or at least a one-night stand, in the spectacularly silly Super Seducer 3: The Final Seduction! This is the ...
Sanity of Morris (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

Sanity of Morris (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

What’s the logical step to take after you’ve developed a game all about a world created out of colourful woollen creatures, develop a dark psychological thriller about aliens and conspiracies – obviously. Woven was Alterego Games‘ first published game, which ...
POSTAL Redux (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

POSTAL Redux (PS5) Review | via PS4 BC

Back in 1998, I went to a wholesale warehouse with my dad in search of new supplies for his shop. As he wandered the grow-up aisles, I found myself among a whole host of big-box PC games, two of which ...
Hitman 3 (PS5) Review

Hitman 3 (PS5) Review

Back in November 2018, I reviewed Hitman 2, a brilliant sandbox murder simulation game which I quickly became obsessed with – playing it constantly to see how I can kill everyone in a new and creative way each time. The ...
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