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Arise: A Simple Story (PS4) Review

Arise: A Simple Story (PS4) Review

Developer Piccolo Studio’s debut game, Arise: A Simple Story, really hit me with a hard gut-wrenching punch. From its opening moments of witnessing the protagonist’s funeral, to his journey through limbo accessing his old memories, I couldn’t shake the feeling ...
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PS4) Review

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PS4) Review

Star Wars is a franchise everyone knows, it’s been around for over forty years and expanded into comics, cartoons, spin-offs, TV shows, merchandise and of course, Video Games. I wouldn’t say that I’m the biggest fan of the franchise, having ...
AVICII: Invector (PS4) review

AVICII: Invector (PS4) review

After writing an article a few days ago about mental health and the charities and foundations out there trying to remove the stigma surrounding it, allowing us to freely talk about our issues, I read that Hello There and Wired ...
CRYSTAR (PS4) Review

CRYSTAR (PS4) Review

As I looked through the games I’ve played over the last few months, I realised that not only did I play CRYSTAR a few weeks before launch, I was (and still am) the first person to platinum the game – ...
Mental Health Awareness: Fractured Minds, Safe In Our World, The Town of Light

Mental Health Awareness: Fractured Minds, Safe In Our World, The Town of Light

As a departure from our usual format of reviewing games, I’d like to introduce you to a new charity, the first project released as part of the awareness program, and another game which I feel also touches upon subjects which ...
SIMULACRA (PS4) Review

SIMULACRA (PS4) Review

With a concept that wouldn’t go amiss in a Black Mirrors episode, SIMULACRA is a game in which you must dig through a missing persons mobile phone in order to try and track her down and ‘hopefully’ find her before ...
Headspun (PS4) Review

Headspun (PS4) Review

Headspun has had a rocky launch, to say the least. The game came out a few months ago but, as with all of the games I personally review on the site, I wait until the game is in a decent ...
Conception PLUS: Maidens of the Twelve Stars (PS4) Review

Conception PLUS: Maidens of the Twelve Stars (PS4) Review

JRPG`s are one of my most loved genres! So when コンセプション 俺の子供を産んでくれ!or Conception: Ore no Kodomo o Undekure! from 2012 (JP release only) was making its way to the PS4 in English, I couldn’t be more excited. Conception II: Children ...
WILL: A Wonderful World (PS4) Review

WILL: A Wonderful World (PS4) Review

Have you ever found yourself praying to God, asking for someone to save you from the mess your life has ended up in? Maybe you don’t believe in God, yet when you’re so down with nothing obvious to live for, ...
True Fear: Forsaken Souls ~ Part 2 (PS4) Review

True Fear: Forsaken Souls ~ Part 2 (PS4) Review

Early last year I took a look at a game that stood up against Artifex Mundi as a horror-based adult version of their ever-popular Hidden Object Games, True Fear: Forsaken Souls ~ Part 1. Its dark tones, spooky story, difficult ...
Bubble Bobble 4 Friends (Switch) Review

Bubble Bobble 4 Friends (Switch) Review

I have a confession to make, I’ve never played Bubble Bobble before I loaded up Bubble Bobble 4 Friends a few days ago. I’ve seen videos of it, and I’ve played similar retro games, but I’ve never had the desire ...
Narcos: Rise of the Cartels (PS4) Review

Narcos: Rise of the Cartels (PS4) Review

I’ll be honest here – I’ve not seen any episodes from the Netflix series which this game is based on, Narcos. However, for newcomers to the franchise, like me, the game does a great job of introducing you to characters ...
Bee Simulator (PS4) Review

Bee Simulator (PS4) Review

I love simulators, casually working my way through the addictive and slightly monotonous tasks helps me relax as time passes by without even realising. However, Bee Simulator isn’t really a ‘simulator’ in my eyes, it comes with a narrative, tasks, ...
Woven (PS4) Review

Woven (PS4) Review

These days, the majority of games that come out tend to hold your hand, practically giving you the solution to puzzles and the location of secrets by pointing to them and making them obvious. The whole feeling you get from ...
Sparklite (PS4) Review

Sparklite (PS4) Review

I love roguelike games, something I can pick up and play for an hour or two at a time as I grind until I die so I can buy new enhancements and try it all over again. The problem is, ...
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