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Black & White Bushido Review – A New Take on Arena...

Black & White Bushido has a promising premise, however its lack of variety and content holds it back from being something truly unique.
Skylar and PLux

Skylar and Plux: Adventure On Clover Island Review – A Brief...

Right Nice Games and Grip Digital have created something special here. For anyone that grew up when Spyro the Dragon, Banjo and Kazooie, or Crash Bandicoot dominated our television screens; Skylar and Plux is a game you should certainly take the time to try.

Portal Knights Review: Painfully Derivative

Portal Knights is a game built from the ground up on derivation. It takes but mere seconds to draw parallels and connections with the...
akiba’s beat

Akiba’s Beat Review – Delusional

Akihabara, Japan's Electric Town and the setting of Akiba's Beat, is a pretty iconic place in the world of Japanese nerd culture. Its streets are lined with neon lights and signs, theme cafes, anime emporiums, electronic stores, and much more. It's a nerd's dream, so to be stuck in an ever repeating Sunday in amongst this iconic district sounds like a dream, right? Well, be careful what you wish for.

The Long Journey Home Review – A Stellar Space Sim

I've always been fascinated by space travel. The act of humans venturing out into that final frontier, strapped into machines both immensely complicated and painfully...

Emily is Away Too Review – Actions Speak Louder Than IMs

Nostalgia is something big in everyone’s life. Everyone has those rose tinted glasses for something in their past that stands out as special. Whether...
RiME Tower

RiME Review – Echoes of the Past

There are many questions we get as gamers. Those of the non gaming persuasion like to watch us play games and ask that one...
Guilty Gear xrd

Guilty Gear Xrd Rev. 2 Review

Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator released back in June of 2016 to practically nothing but praise. Its gorgeous, stylised characters and backdrops, fluid combat, and...

Spellspire (PS4) Review

Imagine if you will, that all those years you spent learning all those fancy long words would finally come in useful. Imagine that those...

Disgaea 5 Complete Review

Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance originally launched for PS4 way back in 2015 but the extra features make the Switch version of this game the definitive edition. It’s the one people who never played it before should play, and could even tempt back lapsed PS4 players for another whirl.

Dreamfall Chapters Review

Dreamfall Chapters is an emotional, nail-biting and enchanted journey with a unique plot. Though I haven’t played the two games that came before it,...

Dragon Quest Heroes 2 Review

Dragon Quest Heroes 2 is a pretty enjoyable ride, well mostly. When the first one came out in 2015, it proved it was a...
persona 5

Persona 5 Review

There's a lot to be said about a game which values its players time. The magical ratio of risk and reward is not always...

The Surge Review – No Vital Signs Found

I can almost guarantee that "Soulslike" is a term which is likely going to soon be used to describe this new era of "hardcore RPGs" which punish the player for the most smallest mistake. The Surge is the latest "Soulslike" game from the developers of another "hardcore RPG", Lords of the Fallen. But can it shake the Dark Souls comparison, or is it the same-old Dark with different Souls?

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