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The Complex (PS4) Review

The Complex (PS4) Review

There’s nothing more entertaining than an interactive FMV game, choosing what actions and dialogue the on-screen characters perform and watching as the events play out in front of you. Over the years I’ve played many of these, such as The ...
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected (Switch) Review

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected (Switch) Review

The time is finally here guys, it’s the release of an open-world action-adventure game which involves you enhancing your superpowers, collecting orbs, playing both solo or in co-op, and generally causing havoc for the enemies and civilians alike! No, silly… ...
Metro Redux [2033 and Last Light] (Nintendo Switch) Review

Metro Redux [2033 and Last Light] (Nintendo Switch) Review

The Nintendo Switch has received a number of ports, some based upon the previous generation of consoles (the PS3, Wii U, and Xbox 360) and some modified and optimised versions of PS4 and Xbox One titles. Due to its weaker ...
Jump, Step, Step (PS4) Review

Jump, Step, Step (PS4) Review

Puzzle games come in many variations, especially digital ones. There are digital representations of classics such as word searches, Picross, and crosswords, and there are games which invent their own puzzles through the use of a narrative adventure or immersive ...
DOOM Eternal (PS4) Review

DOOM Eternal (PS4) Review

When DOOM was set to be rebooted back in 2016, nobody knew what to expect. Would it be a simple remake of the original game with some cinematics thrown in, would it be a 30fps narrative FPS, or would it ...
Dead or School (PS4) Review

Dead or School (PS4) Review

Zombies are a very prevalent trope in today’s society, they have featured in movies, shows, and books for almost a century, filling us with an irrational fear of the dead coming alive to eat our brains. However, despite the love ...
Mountain Rescue Simulator (PS4) Review

Mountain Rescue Simulator (PS4) Review

I love simulation games, they let you jump into the shoes of another person and become someone else for a few hours. However, there are two types of ‘simulations’, there are the ones which get really in-depth and detailed, such ...
House Flipper (PS4) Review

House Flipper (PS4) Review

*Incoming reference only British people will probably get* Have you ever sat there on your day off, or every day if you’re unemployed, wearing nothing but your pants as you binge on daytime TV, flicking through the endless shows about ...
Rabi-Ribi (Switch) Review

Rabi-Ribi (Switch) Review

Rabi-Ribi is a Bullet-hell platformer developed by both CreSpirit and GemaYue and published by Circle Entertainment, a company most known for its localisations of various smaller titles around the world. Originally launching back in 2016 on PC followed by the ...
Two Point Hospital (PS4) Review

Two Point Hospital (PS4) Review

Bullfrog Productions were one of my favourite developers when I was a kid, they turned me onto simulation and management games, genres which I’m a massive fan of to this day. Whether I was a Dungeon Keeper setting traps for ...
Draugen (PS4) Review

Draugen (PS4) Review

Not too long ago I reviewed Draugen on Steam (HERE), an interactive narrative-heavy adventure game which perfectly sucks you into the beautiful visuals and relaxing atmosphere of the isolated town of Graavik in Norway. However, due to the age of ...
Arc of Alchemist (PS4) Review

Arc of Alchemist (PS4) Review

Up until getting my hands on Arc of Alchemist, I had no idea what the game was about or going to play like. Idea Factory and Compile Hearts don’t tend to stick to a single genre or gameplay style, they ...
Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo (PS4) Review

Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo (PS4) Review

Does anyone remember the 1979 arcade classic, Asteroids? It’s a simple game in which you move a spaceship around and shoot various blobs (asteroids) as they come flying in from all sides, splitting into smaller pieces as you blast them ...
39 Days to Mars (PS4) Review

39 Days to Mars (PS4) Review

39 Days to Mars is a game which I’d not heard of until a few weeks ago, despite originally launching back in April 2018 on the PC after a successful Kickstarter in 2014. It’s a co-operative enforced game which lets ...
Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions (PS4) Review

Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions (PS4) Review

It’s finally here, the sequel to one of my favourite, most relaxing puzzles games of 2019, Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions. It was almost exactly a year ago (6th Feb 2019) which I reviewed the original Glass Masquerade, a game which ...
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