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ZONE OF THE ENDERS: The 2nd Runner – M∀RS (PS4) Review

ZONE OF THE ENDERS: The 2nd Runner – M∀RS (PS4) Review

Back on the PlayStation 2, a series from Konami was released called Zone of the Enders. They featured mecha battles and action, along with anime-styled characters and story. Years later, a high definition collection came out on the PlayStation 3 ...
Warriors Orochi 4 (PS4) Review

Warriors Orochi 4 (PS4) Review

I’ve waited almost seven years to say this, Warriors Orochi 4 Is now out for all consoles and PC. If you’re unaware of this game yet you’ve seen or played either a Dynasty Warriors or Samurai Warriors game previously, the ...
V-Rally 4 (PS4) Review

V-Rally 4 (PS4) Review

When I saw that V-Rally was making a return, 16 years since the last one in the franchise, I was excited. I love arcade-style racing games and recently we have been receiving racing games which are more simulation or in-depth than ...
Spectrum (Nintendo Switch) Review

Spectrum (Nintendo Switch) Review

Spectrum is a game developed by 3D Avenue that wears it minimalist design like a badge of honour. It originally came out in 2015 on iOS and Android devices to generally positive reviews. One year later, it would appear on ...
The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker (PS4) Review

The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker (PS4) Review

The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker came out in June this year and may have been a title which flew under your radar due to its rather unique story and gameplay mechanics. The game is an FMV interactive ‘whodunnit’ story in ...
Another Sight (PC) Review

Another Sight (PC) Review

Getting lost is one thing. Getting lost in London is another. Getting lost under London while losing your sight is… well…. not good in the slightest. Another Sight tells the story of a girl named Kit, who falls under the ...
Warface (F2P – PS4) Review

Warface (F2P – PS4) Review

Warface is an online FPS game from Crytek which was first available on Steam and the Xbox 360, yet now you can pick it up on the PS4 and Xbox One. It’s strictly a shooter at its core with no ...
Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story (PS4) Review

Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story (PS4) Review

I can’t get enough of all of the amazing games PQube are publishing lately. First, we had Gal*Gun 2, then Punch Line, and now Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story. Developed by Agate, with the help of Kickstarter backers, this latest iteration ...
Revenant Dogma (PS4) Review

Revenant Dogma (PS4) Review

If you’re a fan of KEMCO games, or even just played one before, then stepping into the world of Revenant Dogma will feel comfortably familiar. This sense of déjà vu brings with it some great aspects to the game but also ...
My Memory of Us (PS4) Review

My Memory of Us (PS4) Review

My Memory of Us is an emotional puzzle-platformer which is set within a fictitious world where robots have invaded and are ‘tagging’ the humans in order to segregate them. However, just like My Brother Rabbit, the game is full of symbolism and ...
To Leave (PS4) Review

To Leave (PS4) Review

Get ready to open the door to a platforming narrative adventure known as ‘To Leave‘. Originally released on the PS4 back in May, the game has just been released onto Steam so that more people will get the chance to ...
Friday the 13th: The Game (PS4) Revisited Review

Friday the 13th: The Game (PS4) Revisited Review

It’s October 2018 and you may be wondering why you’re getting a belated review for a game which is now 18 months old? The answer is simple, Friday the 13th: The Game is currently being given away for free as ...
Fishing Sim World (PS4) Review

Fishing Sim World (PS4) Review

Whenever I hear the name ‘Dovetail Games‘ I instantly think of their super successful Train Simulator on PC and more recently Train Sim World on all platforms. However, the developers don’t stop at locomotive-based simulation games, they also released Euro Fishing a few years ...
Pathfinder: Kingmaker (PC) Review

Pathfinder: Kingmaker (PC) Review

Having played other games based on the classic pen and paper setting, I was a little leery about trying Pathfinder: Kingmaker. I was worried about clunky and complicated mechanics, and a regurgitated storyline filled with copy and paste NPC characters ...
Slime Rancher (PS4) Review

Slime Rancher (PS4) Review

Every now and again I’ll get hold of a game which is either much better or more immersive than I originally thought it would be. This was the case with Slime Rancher from Monomi Park. The premise is simple – ...
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