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Xing Fi3

XING: The Land Beyond (PSVR, PS4) Review

We’ve been getting some really good experiences on PSVR recently, especially in the narrative and puzzle department. Red Matter had a brilliant narrative combined with stunning visual effects, A Fisherman’s Tale was a quirky puzzle game with a twist, and Guns’N’Stories ...
Anyone's Diary Fi3

Anyone’s Diary (PSVR) Review

Returning readers will know that I really enjoy discovering new and interesting games through the PS Talents project over in Spain. It’s a programme that helps small indie developers either create or finish off their games and publish them on ...
A Fishermans Tale Fi3

A Fisherman’s Tale (PSVR) Review

Everyone has their own routine in the morning, you get up, brush your teeth, have a shower, get dressed, have your breakfast etc… But, what if you awaken one day and things are different, something seems out of place and stops ...
Gund N Stories Fi3

Guns’n’Stories: Bulletproof VR (PSVR) Review

One of the most popular genres on PSVR at the moment is the immersive First Person Shooter genre, this is because the concept suits the medium perfectly. You take the role of the protagonist, you become a badass with both ...
Rollercoaster Tycoon Joyride Fi3

Rollercoaster Tycoon Joyride (PS4, PSVR) Review

Back in October a new Rollercoaster Tycoon game came out exclusively for the PlayStation 4 here in the UK, called Rollercoaster Tycoon Joyride – was anyone aware of this? I wasn’t until I received an email asking if I would like to ...
Torn Fi3

Torn (PSVR) Review

Have you ever wanted to experience what it would feel like if you could explore a creepy old mansion full of steam-punk like devices as you lifted up objects with a Sonic Screwdriver? If so, then you’re in luck! Torn is a VR ...
Prison Boss VR Fi3

Prison Boss VR (PSVR) Review

I love my PSVR headset. Some of the experiences and games you can get are pretty crazy and wouldn’t be possible without this immersive technology. One such experience, which I didn’t realise I wanted until I played it, is escaping ...
Red Matter Fi3

Red Matter (PSVR) Review

Every now and again a game or experience on the PSVR comes along and initially blows my mind. I become hooked to the universe, the mechanics, and the story so much that I can’t stop playing until I see the end ...
The Door Fi3

The Door (PS4) Review

I grew up in the 1980s/90s, back when point and click games were a popular genre for game developers. I always enjoyed this style of game because they could last a very long time if you got stuck, as there ...
In Death Fi3

In Death (PSVR) Review

I’m almost certain that I’m on record saying I’m not the biggest fan of ‘Roguelike’ games. I have a hard time enjoying a game in which I know that the core gameplay is that I will die, a whole lot, ...
Persona Dancing Fi3

Persona Dancing 3 and 5 Endless Night Collection (PS4, PS Vita) Review

There are very few games out there that would suit a rhythmic game based on their soundtrack. The Persona franchise is perfect for this immortalisation as their soundtracks have all been incredibly memorable and so catchy you’ll find yourself humming ...
Creed Fi3

Creed: Rise to Glory (PSVR) Review

Survios released one of my favourite PSVR games of 2017, Raw Data, a game where you chose from four classes and fend off evil robots as you protected a device from destruction in First-Person VR. This time around we have something ...
Tetris Effect Fi3

Tetris Effect (PS4 and PSVR) Review

Dooo do do do, do do do, do do do, do do do; do do, do do do; daaaaaa… If you’ve just instinctively sung one of the most infamous tunes from the original Tetris game on the Gameboy, you’re in ...
Transpose Fi3

Transpose (PSVR) Review

Transpose is an innovative puzzle game from Secret Location, the team behind the brilliant Blasters of the Universe, which I reviewed a while ago. However, instead of creating another stationary wave-based shooter, the developers have created the most unique and challenging ...
Neverout Fi3

Neverout (PSVR and PS4) Review

Anyone remember Cube? The rather exciting and unusual film from 1997 about a group of people stuck in a labyrinth of cube-shaped prisons which moved around as they tried to escape, each one filled with rather elaborate traps and even ...
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