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Bus Simulator Fi3

Bus Simulator (PS4) Review

Time and time again, simulation games have come into my life and stolen hours upon hours of my time before I even realised it. Games such as Train Sim World, Car Mechanic Simulator, and Construction Simulator 2 have all fully ...
The Sojourn Fi3

The Sojourn (PS4) Review

I’m not a shallow person, I rarely go off looks when I’m out looking for something new, be it a game, some food, or a new girlfriend… However, as soon as I saw The Sojourn I knew I had to ...
The Sinking City Switch Fi3

The Sinking City (Switch) Review

A few months ago I took a look at The Sinking City on the PlayStation 4 – a mysterious action-adventure game from Frogwares, the developers mainly known for their investigative Sherlock Holmes games. So, when given the opportunity to check ...
Rebel Cops Fi3

Rebel Cops (PS4) Review

Not too long ago we reviewed This is the Police 2 on both the PlayStation 4 and Steam, a game which we thought was a great sequel with one of the most challenging tactical gameplay modes we’ve ever played. Weappy ...
The Blackout Club Fi3

The Blackout Club (PS4) Review

The Blackout Club, looking at it from afar, has the potential to be one of the best indie co-op games of this generation. Up to 4 players can group up in this co-op PVE horror game, playing as kids going ...
Space Cows Fi3

Space Cows (Nintendo Switch) Review

Is there anything more juvenile than toilet humour? You know what I am talking about, especially if you’re a parent of a pre-teen boy (God help me…). We are talking about all the puke, pee and poop jokes that generally ...
Creature In The Well Fi3

Creature in the Well (Xbox One) Review

There is no denying that I have a secret love for brick breaker type games and all my old cell phones are inclined to agree. Ever since I got my first cell phone, a Kyocera brick, back in 2003 I ...
AI The Somnium Files Fi3

AI: The Somnium Files (PS4) Review

A few years ago I came across a series of games that blew my mind, a series that took branching stories and multiple timelines to a whole new level, the Zero Escape games. Kotaro Uchikoshi had created some of the ...
Psychotic's Agatha Knife Fi3

Psychotic’s Agatha Knife (PS4) Review

Over the last few years, Psychotic’s Agatha Knife has been released on the PC, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch, however, I’d not heard of it until the PS4 version was dropped into my inbox a few days ago. After ...
Gun Gun Pixies Switch Fi3

Gun Gun Pixies (Nintendo Switch) Review

This weekend I had the pleasure of playing the latest game from our friends at PQube Games and Compile Heart, Gun Gun Pixies. Words cannot describe the experience I had, from the first moment I shot ‘happy bullets’ at a ...
The Walking Dead Fi3

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series (PS4) Review

Arguably, the franchise which pushed Telltale Games into the limelight was The Walking Dead, an interactive narrative adventure game based around the comic series of the same name. Using a similar formula to their previous games (the revival of Sam ...
Remnant From The Ashes Fi3

Remnant: From the Ashes (PC) Review

I don’t know about you but I sometimes feel like stepping outside of my comfort zone and trying something I usually wouldn’t play. Although a little daunting, it’s not always a bad thing since I get to try out new ...
Monster Hunter World Iceborne Fi3

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (PS4) Review

How do you follow up on your greatest hit, Monster Hunter World (MHW)? Since its release in early 2018, it has surpassed all expectations and turned a franchise that formerly enjoyed widespread popularity only within its home territory of Japan ...
Agent A Fi3

Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise (Switch) Review

Step aside 007, there’s a new agent in town, Agent A. Instead of an FPS or action-heavy experience, Yak & Co have delivered a suave secret agent puzzle adventure game in which you must thwart the evil villain’s plans and ...
Control PS4 Fi3

Control (PS4) Review

Remedy Entertainment, the developers behind the renowned Alan Wake and Max Payne series’, are back with a brand new title which is, in my opinion, one of the best games they’ve ever created. Combining sci-fi with the supernatural, Control is ...
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