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Pic-a-Pix Pieces (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Pic-a-Pix Pieces (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Oh, I do love a good puzzle game and Lightwood Games always seems to release one when I’m in need of something more casual to pick up and play between major gaming sessions. Just like their previous release, One Word by ...
Atari Flashback Classics (Nintendo Switch) Review

Atari Flashback Classics (Nintendo Switch) Review

We live in a really cool time with video games. We are now seeing games that are so lifelike that, to the untrained eye, games can be sometimes mistaken for real-life. When you think of the fact that video games ...
Persona Dancing 3 and 5 Endless Night Collection (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Persona Dancing 3 and 5 Endless Night Collection (PS4, PS Vita) Review

There are very few games out there which would suit a rhythmic game based around their soundtrack. The Persona franchise is perfect for this immortalisation as their soundtracks have all been incredibly memorable and so catchy you’ll find yourself humming and ...
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 ...
Word Sudoku by POWGI (PS4 and PS Vita) Review

Word Sudoku by POWGI (PS4 and PS Vita) Review

If you, or a loved one, loves casually solving puzzles yet you’ve already completed all of the previous releases from Lightwood Games – Don’t worry! They’ve brought us yet another cross-buy, triple platinum puzzle game for us to work our way ...
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 ...
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 ...
Revenant Dogma (PS4) Review

Revenant Dogma (PS4) Review

If you’re a fan of KEMCO games, or even just played one before, then stepping into the world of Revenant Dogma will feel comfortably familiar. This sense of déjà vu brings with it some great aspects to the game but also ...
To Leave (PS4) Review

To Leave (PS4) Review

Get ready to open the door to a platforming narrative adventure known as ‘To Leave‘. Originally released on the PS4 back in May, the game has just been released onto Steam so that more people will get the chance to ...
STAY (PS4) Review

STAY (PS4) Review

I’ve been interested in STAY for quite a while now. I obtained a PC code many months ago but since I heard there was a PS4 and PS Vita version coming shortly, I held back from playing it past the ...
Sigi – A Fart for Melusina (PS4) Review

Sigi – A Fart for Melusina (PS4) Review

Have you ever thought to yourself what it would be like if Sir Arthur, from Ghouls ‘n Goblins, became overweight and rather flatulent before setting out on a mission of love? If you have, then Sigi – A Fart for Melusina is for ...
The Dreamlands: Aisling’s Quest (PS4) Review

The Dreamlands: Aisling’s Quest (PS4) Review

I’m a sucker for old-style point-and-click adventure games. Telltale used to do them before they ventured into the storybook narrative path leaving most modern games in the genre to derive from indie developers instead. One such game is The Dreamlands: Aisling’s ...
Rainbow Skies (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Rainbow Skies (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Rainbow Skies is the follow-up to Rainbow Moon, an RPG which came out back in 2012 for the PS3, later coming out on the PS Vita and then the PS4. While I had high hopes that the problems surrounding Rainbow ...
Punch Line (PS4) Review

Punch Line (PS4) Review

PQube are well known for localising and publishing rather obscure Japanese games, from the titillating Gal*Gun 2 to the enthralling Root Letter. But, what would get you if you crossed the sexual mischief of Gal*Gun with the engaging visual novel style ...
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