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Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle (PS4 and PSVR) Review

Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle (PS4 and PSVR) Review

Rooms: The Unsolvable Puzzle is the official sequel to “Rooms: The Main Building” which was released back in 2008 and 2010 on both the NDS and the Wii respectively. The original Rooms game was one of my favourite games back ...
Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! (PS4) Review

Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! (PS4) Review

I imagine a lot of you out there have played games such as Game Dev Tycoon and Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale – two classic sleeper hits which have you managing a company/store as you satisfy the needs of your ...
Shining Resonance Refrain (PS4) Review

Shining Resonance Refrain (PS4) Review

Shining Resonance Refrain is a remaster of a Japanese only title simply known as Shining Resonance, which came out back in 2014. This came as a mild surprise and disappointment to fans of the long-running series as it wasn’t the ...
Blacksea Odyssey (PS4) Review

Blacksea Odyssey (PS4) Review

Blacksea Odyssey is a rather brutal top-down twin-stick shooter combined with Rogue-like elements and an interesting story. Taking the role of a ‘Space Huntsman’, you must search out bounties as you take chase and claim the highest rewards among you ...
Super Mega Baseball 2 (PS4) Review

Super Mega Baseball 2 (PS4) Review

Super Mega Baseball 2 comes in swinging at the sport of baseball against the likes of MLB The Show. While not a huge baseball game fan myself, it offers a very welcoming hand into the game to get started as ...
All-Star Fruit Racing (PS4) Review

All-Star Fruit Racing (PS4) Review

If you ask anyone to name a kart-based racing game I can guarantee that about 99% of people will say Mario Kart, a few may say Project Cars, but the majority will be focused on Mario. Now, what if you reduced the ...
The Spectrum Retreat (PS4) Review

The Spectrum Retreat (PS4) Review

The Spectrum Retreat is a brilliant and thought-provoking puzzle game from the one-man developer Dan Smith Studios. Not only is Dan still studying at the University of Leeds, but the prototype for The Spectrum Retreat actually won him a BAFTA YGD ...
Railway Empire: Mexico [DLC] (PS4) Review

Railway Empire: Mexico [DLC] (PS4) Review

Railway Empire came out on current consoles back in January this year. Since then we have had numerous patches and improvements but very little in terms of new content. However, Developer Gaming Mind Studios has not only released a roadmap of ...
The Crew 2 (PS4) Review

The Crew 2 (PS4) Review

The Crew 2 was one of my most anticipated titles this year since the reveal not too long ago. Who wouldn’t want the chance to venture across a massive recreation of the US via air, sea, and land? Ubisoft has ...
Le Tour de France 2018 (PS4) Video Review

Le Tour de France 2018 (PS4) Video Review

Le Tour de France, from Cyanide Studio and Focus Home Interactive, is back again for its usual yearly iteration in the form of Tour de France 2018. It’s a cycling management game in which you can build your own dream ...
Red Faction Guerrilla: ReMARStered / Remastered (PS4) Review

Red Faction Guerrilla: ReMARStered / Remastered (PS4) Review

Back in 2009, THQ and Volition released Red Faction Guerrilla on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC via GFWL. The game itself was a bit of a hidden gem as a lot of people overlooked it at the time, only ...
Riddled Corpses EX (PS4 and PS Vita) Review

Riddled Corpses EX (PS4 and PS Vita) Review

Every now and again I come across a game which I start, get absolutely destroyed in, decide to have a break, then come back to it and find myself becoming totally addicted and can’t stop playing it (Yes, my application to the ...
Eventide 3: Legacy of Legends (PS4) Review

Eventide 3: Legacy of Legends (PS4) Review

Artifex Mundi is back once again with another Hidden Object Game (HOG) for the casual gamer and Trophy Hunters’ collection. Just like with the Grim Legends and Enigmatis Series, Eventide has reached it’s third, and final, entry. Even though all three of ...
LEGO The Incredibles (PS4) Review

LEGO The Incredibles (PS4) Review

The Incredibles was released 14 years ago, back in 2004, and it’s back on July 13th (for us in the UK) – so you know what that means… Time for the customary LEGO re-creation of the film for all the ...
Lumines: Remastered (PS4) Review

Lumines: Remastered (PS4) Review

There are very few mindless puzzle games which come close to being as addictive as the king of old-school puzzle games, Tetris. However, I believe I’ve just found my new addiction! I received a few games this week for review and ...
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