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Death Mark (PS4) Review

Death Mark (PS4) Review

Aksys Games are one of the most underrated game publishers in my opinion. They have helped localise and bring quite a few unique and unusual Japanese games to western audiences and they published my GOTY last year, Tokyo Xanadu eX+ (which is ...
Observer (PS4) Review

Observer (PS4) Review

‘Tis the time of year where we torture ourselves by sticking on a scary movie or start playing that game you’ve heard was a spooky one but never got around to playing. I personally don’t mind thrillers and psychological horrors, when playing ...
Yomawari: The Long Night Collection (Nintendo Switch) Review

Yomawari: The Long Night Collection (Nintendo Switch) Review

They say to never judge a book by its cover, and that is exactly what I did when I saw the Yomawari games for the first time. On their exterior, Yomawari Night Alone and Midnight Shadows look cute. I even ...
The Jackbox Party Pack 5 (PS4) Review

The Jackbox Party Pack 5 (PS4) Review

Gather up your friends because the wacky minds at Jackbox Games are back with the newest instalment of their party games, The Jackbox Party Pack 5! The Jackbox Party Pack 5 is a series of minigames where players battle against ...
Project Highrise: Architect’s Edition (PS4) Review

Project Highrise: Architect’s Edition (PS4) Review

Does anyone remember the infamous Sim Tower game? Personally, I never played that but I did play Smooth Operator which has a similar concept, only your building and running a call centre rather than a commercial tower. Well, Project Highrise: ...
The Uncertain: Episode 1 – The Last Quiet Day (PC) Review

The Uncertain: Episode 1 – The Last Quiet Day (PC) Review

The Uncertain: Episode 1 – The Last Quiet Day gives us an important look into a possible robot-dominated future. Humans have been extinct for years and robots have been cleaning up the world in order to build their own civilization. ...
911 Operator (Nintendo Switch) Review

911 Operator (Nintendo Switch) Review

911 Operator is a realistic simulation video game developed by Polish studio Jutsu Games and published by PlayWay and SONKA (depending on the system). In the game, the player assumes the faceless role of a 9-1-1 telephone operator who must answer ...
Heavy Fire: Red Shadow (PS4) Review

Heavy Fire: Red Shadow (PS4) Review

Heavy Fire: Red Shadow is the latest addition to the Heavy Fire arcade shooter series. Unlike the previous titles, this isn’t an on-rails shooter, it’s a stationary one in which you operate a heavy machine gun and a rocket launcher. ...
FullBlast (PS4) Review

FullBlast (PS4) Review

I’m more of a puzzle and adventure fan than shooters, but I do have a guilty pleasure of playing one every now and again for some mindless carnage. FullBlast is a surprisingly solid shooter with full 3D rendered environments and ...
Jack n’ Jill DX (PS4) Review

Jack n’ Jill DX (PS4) Review

Jack n’ Jill went up a hill, to fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown, And Jill came tumbling after – with the platinum trophy in her hand. That’s right ladies and gentlemen, Ratalaika Games have published another ...
Home Sweet Home (PS4 and PSVR) Review

Home Sweet Home (PS4 and PSVR) Review

You best put on a couple of pairs of adult diapers in preparation as Home Sweet Home is one of the most intense PlayStation VR compatible horror games released to date, and it’s ready to take you on an experience ...
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 ...
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