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Call of Cthulhu (Nintendo Switch) Review

Call of Cthulhu (Nintendo Switch) Review

It’s finally here! Call of Cthulhu, the game based on the board game based on the stories by H.P. Lovecraft, arrives on the Nintendo Switch in all of its gothic splendour, allowing us to experience the full game wherever and ...
Candleman (Nintendo Switch) Review

Candleman (Nintendo Switch) Review

At long last, Spotlightor Interactive‘s hidden gem, Candleman, has finally surfaced on Nintendo’s hybrid system with help from publisher indienova. I actually reviewed the game last year when it launched on the PlayStation 4 (HERE) but I couldn’t turn down ...
Untitled Goose Game (Nintendo Switch) Review

Untitled Goose Game (Nintendo Switch) Review

Now, where do I start with the rather aptly named ‘Untitled Goose Game‘ from developer House House? I’m not a fan of geese and my distaste for them largely stems from my University days where I had to walk to ...
The Tiny Bang Story (Nintendo Switch) Review

The Tiny Bang Story (Nintendo Switch) Review

The Nintendo Switch and games designed for mobile devices and casual PC gamers go hand in hand, the touch screen coupled with the portability and family-friendly reputation is one which many developers have used to their advantage. A game which ...
Mr Blaster (Switch) Review

Mr Blaster (Switch) Review

Not all games need to be a sprawling open-world or narrative-driven epic to be fun, just look at the success of games like Angry Birds and Temple Run. Now, Forever Entertainment and ENTERi is hoping to have the next game ...
Tropico 6 (PS4) Review

Tropico 6 (PS4) Review

It’s been five long years since the release of Tropico 5 on the PlayStation 4, a game which I can’t even imagine how many hours I’ve spent building up my empire, only to watch it fall because I forgot to ...
Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes (PS4) review

Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes (PS4) review

Daedalic Entertainment are among my favourite publishers (and sometimes developers) for classic point-and-click style games. From the brilliant, and often overlooked, Deponia series (which is now available in its entirety on modern consoles), to the deep and captivating Pillars of ...
Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered (PC) Review

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered (PC) Review

Living life as a hardcore gamer is great but from time to time it has its drawbacks. When you keep your eyes on multiple game releases and a bunch come out relatively close to one another, you do not get ...
Devil’s Hunt (PC) Review

Devil’s Hunt (PC) Review

I was quite curious at how Devil’s Hunt was going to turn out, the story of devils vs angels seems like a quite dramatic storyline and had me interested immediately. Although I went in expecting the game to be full ...
Remothered: Tormented Fathers (Switch) Review

Remothered: Tormented Fathers (Switch) Review

The Nintendo Switch is having one hell of a year, bringing many classic games from other platforms to its ever-growing catalogue, with no signs of slowing down. Now, Remothered: Tormented Fathers probably isn’t on your list of games that absolutely ...
Bus Simulator (PS4) Review

Bus Simulator (PS4) Review

Time and time again, simulation games have come into my life and stolen hours upon hours of my time before I even realised it. Games such as Train Sim World, Car Mechanic Simulator, and Construction Simulator 2 have all fully ...
The Sojourn (PS4) Review

The Sojourn (PS4) Review

I’m not a shallow person, I rarely go off looks when I’m out looking for something new, be it a game, some food, or a new girlfriend… However, as soon as I saw The Sojourn I knew I had to ...
The Sinking City (Switch) Review

The Sinking City (Switch) Review

A few months ago I took a look at The Sinking City on the PlayStation 4 – a mysterious action-adventure game from Frogwares, the developers mainly known for their investigative Sherlock Holmes games. So, when given the opportunity to check ...
Rebel Cops (PS4) Review

Rebel Cops (PS4) Review

Not too long ago we reviewed This is the Police 2 on both the PlayStation 4 and Steam, a game which we thought was a great sequel with one of the most challenging tactical gameplay modes we’ve ever played. Weappy ...
The Blackout Club (PS4) Review

The Blackout Club (PS4) Review

The Blackout Club, looking at it from afar, has the potential to be one of the best indie co-op games of this generation. Up to 4 players can group up in this co-op PVE horror game, playing as kids going ...
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