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Black Mirror (PS4) Review

Black Mirror (PS4) Review

To anyone who is familiar with the original trilogy – forget what you know. To those who only know about the Black Mirror TV show – don’t associate the show with this game. To those who don’t know anything about the old ...
Burly Men at Sea (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Burly Men at Sea (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Burly Men at Sea is a unique game in which you follow three bearded sailors as they go on an adventure across the sea. Along their journey, they will encounter various different creatures, people and events which have multiple outcomes. ...
Ben 10 (PS4) Review

Ben 10 (PS4) Review

Ben 10 is a new 3D platforming brawler from Outright Games which is inspired by the latest series of the cartoon which is currently airing on Cartoon Network. In the game, you play as Ben and all ten of his ...
Sonic Forces (PS4) Review

Sonic Forces (PS4) Review

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not a massive Sonic fan. I grew up with a certain moustached plumber and Hylian so I have no nostalgia towards Sonic the blue hedgehog. That said, I have played a fair ...
de Blob (PS4) Review

de Blob (PS4) Review

Pretty much anyone who owned a Wii back in the day bought de Blob, if not for its rather amusing name then for how colourful and fun the game looked! Children love colouring in, it keeps them busy and they’d ...
Outcast: Second Contact (PS4) Review

Outcast: Second Contact (PS4) Review

I could write over 1,000 words regarding the original Outcast and how it came to be (which I did before editing it out) but I think I’ll save that, possibly for another day, as it’s quite interesting and goes into ...
The Invisible Hours (PSVR and PS4) Review

The Invisible Hours (PSVR and PS4) Review

This is not a game. This is not a Movie. This is a piece of immersive theatre with many tangled threads. Explore the story to untangle the truth. But remember: “Truth is a matter of perspective”. The Invisible Hours is ...
The Girl and the Robot (PS4) Review

The Girl and the Robot (PS4) Review

The Girl and the Robot is one of the few games I’ve played which started as a Kickstarter campaign and was successfully released, not only on the platforms the campaign was for but also for others such as the PS4. ...
Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon (PS4) Review

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon (PS4) Review

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon is the new Action-RPG title developed by Gust and published by Koei Tecmo. The game is set after the events of the first game, although knowledge of the previous game isn’t ...
Detention (PS4) Review

Detention (PS4) Review

Detention is a dark and atmospheric point-and-click paranormal horror game from the Taiwan-based studio, Red Candle. I wouldn’t be surprised if you hadn’t heard of the developers before as this appears to be their first major release, hopefully, the first of ...
Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden (PS4) Review

Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden (PS4) Review

Artifex Mundi is back with another hidden object game (HOG) in which you must solve puzzles, find hidden objects, complete domino sections and explore the beautifully hand-drawn locations to stop the villain and save the day. As noted in my ...
JYDGE (PS4) Review

JYDGE (PS4) Review

Imagine the top down, quick response gameplay of Hotline Miami mixed with the unstoppable Judge Dredd, performing his job by sentencing the criminals and freeing the innocent whilst destroying anything that gets in his way – Sounds good doesn’t it! ...
The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk (PS4) Review

The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk (PS4) Review

The Inner World: The Last Wind Monk from Studio Fizbin is the sequel to the aesthetically good looking ‘The Inner world’ which released on PC back in 2013 and on PS4 earlier this year. I’ll be honest, I haven’t played ...
Dungeons 3 (PS4) Review

Dungeons 3 (PS4) Review

Cast your mind back to the late 90’s, back when games were challenging (but fun) and Bullfrog was still around and releasing hit after hit. One of their biggest titles at the time was Dungeon Keeper – an RTS which ...
The LEGO NINJAGO Movie Video Game (PS4) Review

The LEGO NINJAGO Movie Video Game (PS4) Review

Where do you start when reviewing a LEGO game? Everyone’s played one and knows what the main gameplay mechanics are, if you don’t then you must have been living under a rock as there have been 12 games this generation ...
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