Lee Chesnalavage

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    Mad Max: The Best Janitorial Sim

    Games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Far Cry 5 have ushered in the Age of Cleanliness, providing players with a bare-bones map and a reductive HUD with little hand-holding, which helps sustain the illusion of freedom and self-discovery. That wasn’t always the case though. As...
  • Knack Not-A-Review

    In March Knack was available to download as part of PS Plus’ monthly drop of free games. Ever since the launch of the PlayStation 4 I’ve always thought Knack looked a little ropey so I’ve never been inclined to play it. Over the PS4’s lifetime Knack has become somewhat...
  • The Adventure Pals Review (PlayStation 4)

    The Adventure Pals is a quirky action-packed sidescrolling platformer about a wrongdoer kidnapping the elderly and turning them into hotdogs, and if you think that’s super weird we’ve only just scraped the surface. The Adventure Pals puts you in the shoes of a young kid celebrating his birthday who,...
  • Most Anticipated Game of 2018: Moonlighter

      Digital Sun are a small team from Valencia, Spain and they are the creators of the Action RPG dungeon-crawling-meets-shopping-simulator Moonlighter. I know it’s only March and there are some extraordinary games on the horizon like God of War, Detroit: Become Human and Vampyr, but nothing has quite captured...
  • Bulb Boy Review (PlayStation 4)

    Bulb Boy is a 2D clicky horror adventure set in an old school GameBoy-Green world where the living inhabitants have heads made of glass. A little boy with a bulb for a head (I assume this is Bulb Boy) is watching TV with his granddad. Granddad falls asleep, so...
  • Jettomero: Hero of the Universe Review (PlayStation 4)

    Jettomero wakes up on a desolate moon. Alone and with no memory of who he is, the gargantuan crimson robot fuels up his jets and blasts off the moon to find purpose. He quickly discovers a planet where life flourishes; light spills out of tiny buildings and little rocket...
  • Pinstripe Review (PlayStation 4)

    Pinstripe is a dark and moody 2D adventure by Thomas Brush who wrote, designed, composed and programmed the entire thing all by himself, with some help from Kickstarter too. In Pinstripe you play as a minister called Teddy who’s three-year-old daughter, Bo, is kidnapped by Mr Pinstripe. Mr Pinstripe...
  • Vesta Review (PlayStation 4)

    700, 000 parsecs from Earth, on the planet OPS, Vesta is woken by Bot (an expressive floating TV) to get on with her chore of mining and storing energy. Vesta is in a mining colony called The Complex and she’s the only human there, so whatever jobs the machines...
  • The Fall Part 2: Unbound Review (PlayStation 4)

    If you haven’t finished The Fall Part 1 you should probably know that The Fall Part 2: Unbound is a direct continuation from the events that unfold at the end of Part 1. Fortunately the opening doesn’t tread old ground and there is a ‘previously on…’ recap to get...