Lee Chesnalavage

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    Solo: Islands of the Heart Revved-View (PlayStation 4)

    Inspired by the limited word count of social media and the quick-fire, unfiltered conversations that take place inside of them, Revved-Views is where I will attempt to review a game as concisely and as informal as possible. We’re all friends here, so rev your engines and come on this...
  • My Time With Degrees of Separation

    I love a good puzzle game but time-and-time again I find myself losing interest, either because of the difficulty (and I admit, I’m terrible at adapting to in-game logic) or because the game feels like a series of minigames that lack focus or direction. Focus or direction is important...
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    The Surge 2: First Two Hours (and a bit…)

    I’ve never played Dark Souls or Bloodborne but I have played The Surge, and although I’m not fond of the Soulslike genre The Surge’s sci-fi setting had me hooked from the get-go. It should come as no surprise then, that I was excited to play The Surge 2. From...
  • Awesome Pea Revved-View (PlayStation 4)

    Inspired by the limited word count of social media and the quick-fire, unfiltered conversations that take place inside of them, Revved-Views is where I will attempt to review a game as concisely and as informal as possible. We’re all friends here, so rev your engines and come on this...
  • Moonlighter Revved-View (PlayStation 4)

    Inspired by the limited word count of social media and the quick-fire, unfiltered conversations that take place inside of them, Revved-Views is where I will attempt to review a game as concisely and as informal as possible. We’re all friends here, so rev your engines and come on this...
  • Glass Masquerade Review (PlayStation 4)

    Glass Masquerade is a relaxing (sometimes irritating) glorified jigsaw puzzle game where the jigsaw pieces are remnants of shattered stained-glass clocks. Set inside a museum, you’re tasked with fixing these beautiful pieces of art by piecing the broken shards back together. Simply drag and drop the pieces onto the...
  • Playing Pode On My Own Made Me Feel Lonely

    Pode is a cute co-up puzzle game about a cube of stone and a fallen star teaming up to reach the top of a mountain-tree-thing. Each character has its own unique skills that when combined open the doors to some interesting physics-based riddles and gameplay. I previewed Pode at...
  • The Surge The Good, The Bad, and The Augmented

    The Good, The Bad, And The Augmented Review (PlayStation 4)

    The Surge’s second DLC The Good, The Bad, and The Augmented throws Warren into a testing chamber that simulates the Wild West, and although that sounds like an epic environment to decapitate CREO employees in it’s actually a laborious slog that has fallen so far from what you would...
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    The Gardens Between Review (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...