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The Midnight Sanctuary (PSVR, PS4) Review

The Midnight Sanctuary (PSVR, PS4) Review

I’ve played a lot of genres through my PSVR headset, from your common wave-based FPS to the top-down third-person games. However, I never thought I’d actually play a full-on Visual Novel in Virtual Reality! The Midnight Sanctuary is a rather mysterious ...
The Quiet Man (PS4) Review

The Quiet Man (PS4) Review

The Quiet Man, ironically, caused a lot of verbal outcry upon its release back in November from the media and gamers who chose to pick up this eagerly anticipated PC and PS4 exclusive. Upon launch, the game was a strange, ...
Railway Empire: Great Britain & Ireland [DLC] (PS4) Review

Railway Empire: Great Britain & Ireland [DLC] (PS4) Review

As a rather surprising turn of events, Gaming Minds Studios have moved on from the Americas and delivered a DLC for Railway Empire which I’ve been eagerly awaiting since playing the game almost 12 months ago – Railway Empire: Great ...
Railway Empire: Crossing the Andes [DLC] (PS4) Review

Railway Empire: Crossing the Andes [DLC] (PS4) Review

In October 2018, Gaming Minds Studios gave us their third piece of DLC for Railway Empire, Railway Empire: Crossing the Andes. This was the final piece of ‘known’ content coming to the resource management sim which was highlighted in the roadmap ...
Railway Empire: The Great Lakes [DLC] (PS4) Review

Railway Empire: The Great Lakes [DLC] (PS4) Review

Gaming Minds Studios are back with another DLC add-on for their very popular game, Railway Empire, only this time we see ourselves not in the United States but further North within Canada. Complete with a new scenario, map, engines, goods, ...
GRIS (PC) Review

GRIS (PC) Review

Where do I begin with GRIS, the first title developed by Nomada Studios? Every once in a while you come across a game that is so mesmerising and impactful that you’re left in complete awe and disbelief. The last game ...
Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 (PS4) Review

Cook, Serve, Delicious 2 (PS4) Review

The original Cook, Serve, Delicious has been out for a while now on a number of different platforms. It’s a game in which you run a fast food establishment within a popular building and must supply the customers with their orders ...
Aaero: Complete Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

Aaero: Complete Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

Strap yourselves in and make sure you have your headphones on as I don’t think you’re quite ready for the adrenaline thrill ride that is Aaero. It’s all about the music, the feeling of energy coursing through your veins, the ...
Nippon Marathon (PS4) Review

Nippon Marathon (PS4) Review

The award for the craziest game I’ve played in 2018 goes to… Nippon Marathon! I can’t think of any other game I’ve played where you get the chance to ride shopping trollies, race against lobsters and narwhals, become an old ...
Noir Chronicles: City of Crime (PS4) Review

Noir Chronicles: City of Crime (PS4) Review

Artifex Mundi is back with another one of their Hidden Object Games (HOGs) on the PlayStation 4, developed by Brave Giant. This time though, it’s not a game which is part of a trilogy, unlike most of their games prior ...
TSIOQUE (PC) Review

TSIOQUE (PC) Review

I grew up playing Point and Click adventure games on consoles, a genre I really love. However, there was a drought of them for a long time on consoles, I don’t believe this was the case with PC but I ...
The Council: Complete Season (PS4) Review

The Council: Complete Season (PS4) Review

Now that all five episodes have been released for The Council, I think it’s only right that I come back and take a final look at the nine-month journey Big Bad Wolf have taken us on. This rather unique blend ...
The Council: Episode 5:- Checkmate (PS4) Review

The Council: Episode 5:- Checkmate (PS4) Review

We’ve reached the end of our nine-month adventure, an adventure which started back in March this year and had us constantly awaiting the next instalment with excitement and intrigue. I don’t think I’ve ever awaited the next chapter in an ...
Figment (Nintendo Switch) Review

Figment (Nintendo Switch) Review

Figment, much like Danish developer Bedtime Digital Games’ previous title, Back to Bed, is set in a surreal dreamy landscape and whereas Back to Bed tackled the theme of narcolepsy, Figment wrestles with how the human mind copes with trauma, in ...
Resonance of Fate 4K/HD Edition (PS4) Review

Resonance of Fate 4K/HD Edition (PS4) Review

During the Xbox 360 and PS3 era, we had a lot of JRPGs which went above and beyond by delivering us tens, or even hundreds, of hours of engaging stories around some rather interesting mechanics. This generation we’ve had a ...
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