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XING: The Land Beyond (PSVR, PS4) Review

XING: The Land Beyond (PSVR, PS4) Review

We’ve been getting some really good experiences on PSVR recently, especially in the narrative and puzzle department. Red Matter had a brilliant narrative combined with stunning visual effects, A Fisherman’s Tale was a quirky puzzle game with a twist, and Guns’N’Stories ...
Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut is a sliding puzzle game brought to us by the twisted mind behind Bejeweled and Peggle – who is now part of Blue Wizard Digital. It originated as a mobile phone game but it’s now presented to us ...
Evoland Legendary Edition (PS4) Review

Evoland Legendary Edition (PS4) Review

Over the past thirty years, video games have changed dramatically. From simple blocky sprites on a green LCD screen upon the trusty GameBoy, through the 8 and 16-bit console wars, and into the age of 3D gaming on more modern consoles. ...
The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince (PS4) Review

The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince (PS4) Review

Have you ever played a video game in which you become so emotionally attached to the characters and their lives, that it literally brings tears to your eyes multiple times? Recent games such as Yakuza 6 and My Memory of Us ...
Glass Masquerade (PS4) Review

Glass Masquerade (PS4) Review

Puzzle games come in many forms these days. We have a bucket-full of logic-based and casual puzzles from Lightwood Games, Puzlogic will rattle your brain on both PC and Mobile (soon), A Fisherman’s Tale will blow your mind in VR, ...
The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (Nintendo Switch) Review

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (Nintendo Switch) Review

Point and Click adventure games are one of those types of games that we don’t quite see enough of, in my honest opinion. I’ll never forget my first Point and Click style game, 1997’s ‘Yoda Stories’. Obviously, that had more ...
Atari Flashback Classics Vol. 3 (PS4) Review

Atari Flashback Classics Vol. 3 (PS4) Review

Nostalgia is a powerful thing, isn’t it?! Recently we’ve been getting remasters, remakes, ports, backwards compatibility, and re-releases of classic games from the last ten to twenty years. Atari was at their peak many years before that, with their Atari 2600 ...
Genesis Alpha One (PS4) Review

Genesis Alpha One (PS4) Review

I’m a fan of a number of genres, such as Resource Management, Base Building, Roguelike, Exploration, Simulation, First Person Shooters, etc… However, I don’t think I’ve ever thought to myself – what would happen if you shoved all of the ...
Song of Memories (PS4) Review

Song of Memories (PS4) Review

The butterfly effect is a curious mechanic which has featured in various forms of media over the years. The whole concept that one small action could cause a chain reaction of events which could, in theory, ultimately lead to an ...
Resident Evil 2 – Remake (PS4) Review

Resident Evil 2 – Remake (PS4) Review

The year is 1996 and yours truly is but a young pup of 11 years old (but almost 12!) and ready to play any game you throw at me. My older brother, 13 at the time, has friends that also ...
The Hong Kong Massacre (PS4) Review

The Hong Kong Massacre (PS4) Review

Back in 2017, at Paris Games Week, we were presented with our first look at The Hong Kong Massacre – a top-down twin-stick shooter which focuses on slowing down time so you can pull off some awesome looking combos and ...
8-Bit Hordes (PS4) Review

8-Bit Hordes (PS4) Review

Back in November 2018 I reviewed 8-Bit Armies – a blocky pixel RTS in the vein of a simplified Command and Conquer. I noted at the time that 8-Bit Armies was but 1/3 of a series which was due to fully ...
Wandersong (PS4) Review

Wandersong (PS4) Review

A few days ago I was casually checking out a few of the trailers PlayStation had uploaded to their YouTube channel. One game instantly stuck out to me with its bright colours, emotional soundtrack and imagery, and extremely cute aesthetic – that ...
Dragon’s Lair Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Dragon’s Lair Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

Ah yes, the year is 1983 and the world is a slightly better place. Gaming is on the cusp of something massive with the release of the Nintendo Entertainment System. We do not see them as much as we used ...
YIIK: A Postmodern RPG (PS4) Review

YIIK: A Postmodern RPG (PS4) Review

I think it’s safe to say that the RPG genre isn’t exactly a dying breed. We have your standard RPG games like the Vampyr, JRPG like Star Ocean, SRPG like Achtung! Cthulu Tactics, and ARPG games such as Titan Quest. ...
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