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Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise (Switch) Review

Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise (Switch) Review

Step aside 007, there’s a new agent in town, Agent A. Instead of an FPS or action-heavy experience, Yak & Co have delivered a suave secret agent puzzle adventure game in which you must thwart the evil villain’s plans and ...
Control (PS4) Review

Control (PS4) Review

Remedy Entertainment, the developers behind the infamous Alan Wake and Max Payne series’, are back with a brand new title which is, in my opinion, one of the best games they’ve ever created. Combining sci-fi with the supernatural, Control is ...
Wreckfest: Drive Hard. Die Last. (PS4) Review

Wreckfest: Drive Hard. Die Last. (PS4) Review

I recently reviewed the rather therapeutic and relaxing FIA European Truck Racing Championship game, a game which plays by the rules and punishes you for bumping into other vehicles, going offroad for a few seconds or even getting rear-ended by ...
Friday the 13th: The Game Ultimate Slasher Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

Friday the 13th: The Game Ultimate Slasher Edition (Nintendo Switch) Review

I remember when I was about 5 years old, my mom was working as a DJ late into the night and my Dad was “watching” my brother and I. He was a couple of beers in, so any kind of ...
Ancestors Legacy (PS4) Review

Ancestors Legacy (PS4) Review

Ancestors Legacy was launched on PC back in May 2018, a Real-Time-Strategy game from Destructive Creations which focuses on its narrative-driven campaigns spanning four different civilisations. Originally, the game was planned to come to PC and then only the Xbox ...
Bear With Me: The Complete Collection (PS4) Review

Bear With Me: The Complete Collection (PS4) Review

Within this current generation of gaming we’ve seen a rise in the number of episodic releases, developers releasing their games one chapter at a time throughout the year to both prolong the experience/story and so they can deliver a product ...
Rise of Insanity (PS4, PSVR) Review

Rise of Insanity (PS4, PSVR) Review

VR horror has really taken off recently with some brilliant, and some not so brilliant attempts at placing you in worlds that try to be even scarier than the one we live in. The latest attempt on the PSVR system ...
Solo: Islands of the Heart (PS4) Review

Solo: Islands of the Heart (PS4) Review

Everyone knows that I love a good puzzle game, especially when it a ‘good’ puzzle game which creates unique puzzles to solve, ones which make you think and look at things differently. One genre I’ve really started to enjoy is ...
Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries (Switch) Review

Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries (Switch) Review

Does anyone remember Super Meat Boy? If so, do you recall how frustrating it was trying to make it through a level full of traps and hazards without losing your train of thought and becoming mincemeat as you fall into ...
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (PS4) Review

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (PS4) Review

As Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is produced by Koji Igarashi and is considered a spiritual successor to the Castlevania series, I think it’s important to give a brief history to my experience of the Castlevania games. It’s a short ...
FIA European Truck Racing Championship (PS4) Review

FIA European Truck Racing Championship (PS4) Review

I’ve always been a fan of arcade racing games, squeezing the Right Trigger as hard as I can as I drift around corners and barge into the opponents like it’s a giant game of bumper cars. As such, games which ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood (PS4) Review

Wolfenstein: Youngblood (PS4) Review

I love the Wolfenstein franchise as there’s no thinking required, just run and shoot with a massive gun in each hand as you mercilessly slaughter a bunch of Nazis and their blood-thirsty machines. Wolfenstein: Youngblood takes the parts we love ...
We. The Revolution (PS4) Review

We. The Revolution (PS4) Review

We. The Revolution, from Polish Developer Polyslash and publisher Klabater, is a bit different from your typical game. Based on the French Revolution in Paris, you are a Judge of the tribunal, named Alexis Fidele, and it’s your duty to ...
SongBird Symphony (PS4) Review

SongBird Symphony (PS4) Review

Have you ever played a game which made you instantly bond with the lead character? One which made you want to reach out and give them a massive hug when they felt depressed, cheer along when they’re happy, encourage them ...
Etherborn (PS4) Review

Etherborn (PS4) Review

I need to pay more attention to Fig, an alternative crowdfunding site to Kickstarter which was founded by Justin Bailey (the former COO of Double Fine Productions). Just like Kickstarter, it allows developers to pitch their games and receive funding ...
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