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Red Faction Guerrilla: ReMARStered / Remastered (Switch) Review

Red Faction Guerrilla: ReMARStered / Remastered (Switch) Review

THQ Nordic announced a few months back that their remastered ‘smash-em-up’, Red Faction Guerrilla: ReMARStered, was coming to the Nintendo Switch after the successful release over on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. With a release date set for ...
Injection π 23 ‘No name No number’ (PS4) Review

Injection π 23 ‘No name No number’ (PS4) Review

To briefly use its full name, Injection π 23 ‘No name No number’, is a survival horror game that lends a lot from games such as Silent Hill. It has an emphasis on survival and exploration over action and has ...
Ascendance (Nintendo Switch) Review

Ascendance (Nintendo Switch) Review

Sometimes I don’t want to start a new narrative-based game, learn the mechanics of resource management or simulation games, or brutally murder NPCs out of necessity or pleasure; I sometimes just want a game I can play casually. Ascendance is ...
Judgment (PS4) Review

Judgment (PS4) Review

As I walked through the streets of Kamurocho, I was hit with a strong sense of nostalgia and deja vu; I was home. It’s been too long since I’ve visited the batting centre, grabbed a drink at Bantam, or cleaned ...
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel (PS4) Review

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

Ever since I played, loved, and reviewed Tokyo Xanadu eX+ back in 2017, I’ve received numerous suggestions to play The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel and its sequel. However, as I knew an enhanced PS4 version was on ...
Back in 1995 (PS4, PS Vita) Review

Back in 1995 (PS4, PS Vita) Review

I was a mere 1-year-old pup in 1995, the year in which this game is set and seeks to elicit vivid and happy memories from for the gamers old enough to remember. I may not have been around to experience ...
Trover saves the Universe (PSVR, PS4) Review

Trover saves the Universe (PSVR, PS4) Review

Justin Roiland is no stranger when it comes to comedy, being the co-creator and main vocal star of the popular Adult Swim TV show, Rick and Morty. So, when we all discovered he was creating a new VR-enabled adventure game, ...
NACON Revolution Unlimited Pro Controller (PS4/PC) Review

NACON Revolution Unlimited Pro Controller (PS4/PC) Review

I’ve had the privilege of using the new NACON Revolution Unlimited Pro Controller (the third controller in the series) for the last three weeks thanks to BIGBEN Interactive. I previously owned the original model and loved the comfort and customisation ...
HELLMUT: The Badass from Hell (Xbox One) Review

HELLMUT: The Badass from Hell (Xbox One) Review

There are so many 2D bullet-hell games around that it’s hard to find any that stand out from the pack. Thankfully, developers Volcanicc have made a game which is one such example that caught my eye. Hellmut: The Badass from ...
Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa (PS4) Review

Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa (PS4) Review

Visual Novels are my guilty pleasure. When I can’t be bothered to read a book and I can’t think of what game I want to play, I put on a Visual Novel; two birds, one stone! I’ve covered a number ...
American Fugitive (PS4) Review

American Fugitive (PS4) Review

Does anyone remember the original Grand Theft Auto? The top-down classic where you go around the city fulfilling missions given to you via a public payphone as you mow down pedestrians and avoid the cops? It seems Fallen Tree Games ...
Effie (PS4) Review

Effie (PS4) Review

I’m a massive fan of indie games which have been aided by the fabulous team over at PlayStation Talents in Spain. I’ve reviewed a number of them on this website, each one is a product of love from the developers ...
Killing Floor 2 [Killing Floor: Double Feature] (PS4) Review

Killing Floor 2 [Killing Floor: Double Feature] (PS4) Review

Killing Floor 2 is the first game, in the series, which has been developed and published by Tripwire Interactive for the current gen consoles. As far as shooters go, they don’t get much crazier or more fun than this one. ...
Dollhouse (PS4) Review

Dollhouse (PS4) Review

There are not many settings more mysterious than that of Noir. In the world of Dollhouse, not only will you be tasked with deciphering fact from fiction, but you also must do it in the utmost secrecy as you see ...
Team Sonic Racing (PS4) Review

Team Sonic Racing (PS4) Review

Last gen, there was a kart-based series which I played constantly, two games which ate hours of my life every week as I became absorbed by their replayability and wide array of characters and tracks. No, I’m not talking about ...
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