Lee Chesnalavage

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    The Gardens Between (PlayStation 4)

    In a garden between two suburban houses two best friends are hanging out in their treehouse fortress when a storm hits, catapulting them into a dimension curated by their shared memories. Stranded on micro islands constructed from giant versions of their favourite things, Arina and Frendt must manipulate time...
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    Flipping Death Review (PlayStation 4)

    Stick It To The Man! was one of the first PS4 games I played and since then I’ve had a hankering for another quality comedy adventure by Zoink, so you can probably imagine my excitement for Flipping Death when it was first announced, and now that I’ve played it...
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    Guacamelee! 2 Review (PlayStation 4)

    Several years have passed since Juan’s spectacular victory over Calaca in Guacamelee! and Juan is now overweight, happily married and a father to two kids. Tacos are for dinner but Juan ate all the avocados and everyone knows you can’t have tacos without guacamole! So into town you go, where...
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    Omega Strike Review (PlayStation 4)

    Dr. Alphonse Omega is one bad-ass son-of-a-bitch! After creating the Alpha Elixer, which is basically the Super Soldier serum Captain America is jacked up on, he successfully transforms the country’s army into an impenetrable force. However – PLOT TWIST! – Alpha Elixer mutates all of the soldiers into mutants....
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    Old Man’s Journey Review (PlayStation 4)

    Old Man’s Journey is a simple yet compelling drag-and-drop adventure about an old man who hastily leaves his coastal home and travels the breadth of France after receiving a letter in the post. Along the way the Old Man will reminisce about his past; rediscovering his passions, the friends...
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    Shio Review (PlayStation 4)

    Shio is a challenging platformer set in modern day China where you play as a nameless warrior who finds himself in a dream realm full of nightmarish obstacles. With your trusty candle-lit lantern you’re able to propel yourself through the world, so off you go to discover who you...
  • Death Road to Canada Review (PlayStation 4)

    The United States of America is in a right pickle due to the zombie apocalypse but rumour has it Ontario, Canada is super safe from the tyranny of the walking dead. Ontario is only a 15 days drive away, so you hop in your car and hit the road....
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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...