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Emily Wants to Play Too (PS4) Review

Emily Wants to Play Too (PS4) Review

Emily Wants to Play Too is the sequel to the viral sensation ‘Emily Wants to Play’ which was released a few years ago. The sequel plays out in a similar fashion to the original but with some new mechanics and ...
MachiaVillain (PC) Review

MachiaVillain (PC) Review

I love Dungeon Keeper with its micro-management and general upkeep of my minions, yet I also love Prison Architect for its unique art style and fun building mechanics – if only you could combine the two in a sort-of Frankenstein experiment… ...
Omensight (PS4) Review

Omensight (PS4) Review

Omensight is an unusual game, it isn’t a million miles from the studios previous game, Stories: The Path of Destinies, in that you have multiple paths you can follow which ultimately changes the game and eventually the outcome. Another interesting fact is ...
The Council: Episode 2:- Hide and Seek (PS4) Review

The Council: Episode 2:- Hide and Seek (PS4) Review

Right on time, almost exactly two months since the initial release of The Council: Episode One:- The Mad Ones, we have part two avaliable for Season Pass holders (For everyone else, it will be avaliable on the 17th May). One of ...
Death Road to Canada (PS4) Review

Death Road to Canada (PS4) Review

Death Road to Canada is basically the Oregon Trail but with Zombies. Oh wait, we have already got that, it’s called the Organ Trail… Okay, so the idea isn’t 100% original, but considering this game plays more like a top-down ...
Grim Legends 3: The Dark City (PS4) Review

Grim Legends 3: The Dark City (PS4) Review

Artifex Mundi is back at it again with not only another HoG for our PS4, but also another final conclusion to one of their trilogies. A few weeks ago I reviewed the great Enigmatis 3: The Shadow of Karkhala and now we have ...
Tacoma (PS4) Review

Tacoma (PS4) Review

Tacoma is the latest game from Fullbright, the developers behind ‘Gone Home’, and it doesn’t stray far from the storytelling and exploration focus which was presented in their earlier title. The major difference here is that we seem to have a ...
Floor Plan (PSVR) Review

Floor Plan (PSVR) Review

Floor Plan is a fun little puzzle game for PSVR from Turbo Button. It’s been out for a while on the North American PSN store, but we have finally received it in Europe today. It’s akin to a point-and-click puzzle game, ...
Megadimension Neptunia VIIR (PS4, PSVR) Review

Megadimension Neptunia VIIR (PS4, PSVR) Review

I bought Megadimension Neptunia VII for the PS4 a few years ago yet I could never find the time to get around to playing it as I knew it would turn out to be a big adventure. In the run-up to ...
Rememoried (PS4) Review

Rememoried (PS4) Review

“You count the stars above your head just like the one who pointed a finger at you from the unknown. The closer you get to infinity, the more you get lost in the numbers created to describe the real world, ...
Super Amazeballs (PSVR) Review

Super Amazeballs (PSVR) Review

We live in a digital age yet as with anything, the simple things in life are the best. Before modern gaming devices and smartphones, back when I was a lad, I remember going away with my parents and buying a ...
Dead Secret Circle (PC – Steam) Review

Dead Secret Circle (PC – Steam) Review

Last week I reviewed Dead Secret, from Robot Invader, on the PS4 + PSVR – a murder mystery point-and-click adventure game set in the 1960’s within an isolated house in the country. Upon finishing the review, I was offered a code ...
Bleed 2 (PS4) Review

Bleed 2 (PS4) Review

The original Bleed, which was released back in 2012 on PC and in August last year on the PS4, was a perfect example of a solid indie pixel-art side-scrolling action game done well. From Bootdisk Revolution, Bleed reminded me of ...
Dead Secret (PS4, PSVR) Review

Dead Secret (PS4, PSVR) Review

If you’ve been with us a while then you will know a few things about me – I love VR, Thrillers, Mysteries, Adventures, and Puzzle Games yet I really don’t like horror games or jump scares. So, why am I ...
Turmoil & The Heat is On DLC (PC) Review

Turmoil & The Heat is On DLC (PC) Review

I rarely play PC games these days but I couldn’t miss out on this one – a management sim about starting your own business to thrive on the oil rush whilst having direct control over what you build and buy. Sounds like ...
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