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Arcade Spirits (PC) Review

Arcade Spirits (PC) Review

Visual Novels are taking up a lot of my time lately. I’ve recently reviewed the excellent Song of Memories and I have four more still being worked on for reviewing very soon. However, the common theme among all of the ...
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Crackdown 3 [Single Player] (Xbox One) Review

Crackdown 3 [Single Player] (Xbox One) Review

After 9 years and multiple delays, the world is finally able to play Crackdown 3. Now, I’m no stranger to these sandbox games; As a young impressionable teenager, I played Grand Theft Auto 3 and fell in love with the ...
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NAIRI: Tower of Shirin (PC – Steam) Review

NAIRI: Tower of Shirin (PC – Steam) Review

I’ve played a lot of point-and-click titles over the years, from the good old days of Lucas Arts Games to the more modern adventures we get from Daedalic Entertainment, every single one of them has their own artistic style, control ...
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Conarium (PS4) Review

Conarium (PS4) Review

H.P. Lovecraft is a name which the majority of people will recognise instantly. His most popular works of fiction are based around Cthulhu, a beast with tentacles on its face who resides within the ocean awaiting the summoning from its ...
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XING: The Land Beyond (PSVR, PS4) Review

XING: The Land Beyond (PSVR, PS4) Review

We’ve been getting some really good experiences on PSVR recently, especially in the narrative and puzzle department. Red Matter had a brilliant narrative combined with stunning visual effects, A Fisherman’s Tale was a quirky puzzle game with a twist, and Guns’N’Stories ...
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Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut is a sliding puzzle game brought to us by the twisted mind behind Bejeweled and Peggle – who is now part of Blue Wizard Digital. It originated as a mobile phone game but it’s now presented to us ...
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Evoland Legendary Edition (PS4) Review

Evoland Legendary Edition (PS4) Review

Over the past thirty years, video games have changed dramatically. From simple blocky sprites on a green LCD screen upon the trusty GameBoy, through the 8 and 16-bit console wars, and into the age of 3D gaming on more modern consoles. ...
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Glass Masquerade (PS4) Review

Glass Masquerade (PS4) Review

Puzzle games come in many forms these days. We have a bucket-full of logic-based and casual puzzles from Lightwood Games, Puzlogic will rattle your brain on both PC and Mobile (soon), A Fisherman’s Tale will blow your mind in VR, ...
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The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (Nintendo Switch) Review

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (Nintendo Switch) Review

Point and Click adventure games are one of those types of games that we don’t quite see enough of, in my honest opinion. I’ll never forget my first Point and Click style game, 1997’s ‘Yoda Stories’. Obviously, that had more ...
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Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Another day, another remaster of a game from console generations long past. I imagine it must be pretty manic over at THQ Nordic, with their recent influx of buying old IPs and acquiring new licences, I presume they’re always getting ...
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Lucius III [3] (PC) Review

Lucius III [3] (PC) Review

Lucius III is a sequel which I never thought we would get. The first game in the series was almost a recreation of the Omen movie, where Lucius had just discovered he’s the son of the devil and must kill ...
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When Ski Lifts Go Wrong (Nintendo Switch) Review

When Ski Lifts Go Wrong (Nintendo Switch) Review

I’m deathly afraid to go skiing or snowboarding. I can’t snowboard because I have the balance of an alcoholic on a Friday night at 2 am and I have been skiing as part of a field trip when I was ...
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Genesis Alpha One (PS4) Review

Genesis Alpha One (PS4) Review

I’m a fan of a number of genres, such as Resource Management, Base Building, Roguelike, Exploration, Simulation, First Person Shooters, etc… However, I don’t think I’ve ever thought to myself – what would happen if you shoved all of the ...
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Song of Memories (PS4) Review

Song of Memories (PS4) Review

The butterfly effect is a curious mechanic which has featured in various forms of media over the years. The whole concept that one small action could cause a chain reaction of events which could, in theory, ultimately lead to an ...
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Resident Evil 2 – Remake (PS4) Review

Resident Evil 2 – Remake (PS4) Review

The year is 1996 and yours truly is but a young pup of 11 years old (but almost 12!) and ready to play any game you throw at me. My older brother, 13 at the time, has friends that also ...
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