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The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III (PS4) Review

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III (PS4) Review

At last, the third instalment of the popular ‘Trials of Cold Steel’ series is here, The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III. After working my way through the remasters of the first two games a few months ago ...
Beep! Beep! Deliveries (PS4) Review

Beep! Beep! Deliveries (PS4) Review

Whenever I need a break from playing a 120-hour JRPG or a 40-hour Western RPG, I like to load up a simple game which I can mindlessly play to keep myself active, whilst not distracting me from the immersive story ...
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep (PS4) Review

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep (PS4) Review

Before I talk about Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, let me first briefly talk about my experience with Destiny in general… Back in the early days of the PS4, there hadn’t been a great number of games released to keep me occupied. ...
Raging Loop (PS4) Review

Raging Loop (PS4) Review

KEMCO are well known for their top-down retro-style RPG games, releasing numerous games every year on all platforms. So, when I saw that they were localising their Visual Novel, Raging Loop, on the PlayStation 4, I had to try it ...
Indivisible (PS4) Review

Indivisible (PS4) Review

It’s always cool to watch as an idea that starts small is able to grow an become a grander thing than what was originally conceived. Indivisible is a game that has been anticipated for quite a while now, especially for ...
NACON Asymmetric Wireless Controller (PS4 + PC) Review

NACON Asymmetric Wireless Controller (PS4 + PC) Review

A few months back I took a look at the NACON Revolution Unlimited Pro controller, a customisable elite controller for the PS4 and PC which allowed you to remap on the fly, invert your axis’ on a hardware level, change ...
Deliver Us The Moon (PC) Review

Deliver Us The Moon (PC) Review

Despite my dislike of Kickstarter and Crowdfunding in general, the system has brought us a number of great games in the last few years, projects which actually met their goal and produced a game which resembled what was promised within ...
Spirit Hunter: NG (PS4) Review

Spirit Hunter: NG (PS4) Review

Back in October 2018, I played and reviewed one of the best adventure visual novels I’d played this entire generation, Death Mark. I ended my review with a wish, a request that Experience Inc. and Aksys Games worked together once ...
Grid (PS4) Review

Grid (PS4) Review

Codemaster’s long-running TOCA video game series is back with a reboot of one if it’s most popular titles, Grid. Despite being the fourth title within the ‘Grid‘ sub-series, it’s technically the tenth game in the TOCA franchise, following in the ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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