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    Neversong Review (PlayStation 4)

    Neversong is another spooky adventure-platformer from the brilliant mind of Thomas Brush, and if you have played Pinstripe (which I reviewed 2 years ago) you already know what to expect. Neversong has a cute art style that you wouldn’t be surprised to see in a children’s storybook, but here...
  • Summer In Mara Streamed Review and Discussion

    Ben takes a walk through Summer In Mara, with Aadil in tow. He shows off the basics whilst Aadil asks the important questions. From ChiBig – Koa has an entire island to care for and a whole ocean to explore in the farming adventure Summer in Mara. A colourful...
  • Maneater Review

    After just short of thirty hours playing this game, and reaching 100% completion, I put the controller down and started to reflect on the experience I just had. Maneater fills a void in gaming I did not know I had. Starting off innocuous enough with a humble faux documentary...
  • A Fold Apart Review (Steam)

    A Fold Apart is very relatable, especially in an age where long-distance relationships are more and more common. A teacher and an architect meet and fall in love; time passes, the architect moves away to work on his dream job in the city, designing and building a massive building...
  • Someday You’ll Return Review (PC)

    Someday You’ll Return pitches itself as a horror puzzle game, doing itself a massive disservice it tries to cram too many ideas in leaving the player scratching their head wanting answers they don’t receive. It’s the first game by CBE software (a small two-person studio from the Czech Republic)...
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    The Surge 2: The Kraken DLC Review (PlayStation 4)

    The Kraken is The Surge 2’s first DLC package, and this self-contained tale takes place on the washed-up VBS Krakow. The Krakow is a retired airship carrier that has been repurposed as a post-war American utopia, except by the time you board the retrofitted military vessel it has been...
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    Hidden Through Time Review (Switch)

    When I first heard about Hidden Through Time I was quite excited. Here was a game that was putting a spin on Where’s Wally, by sending you on journey through the ages to find hidden objects instead of the famous white-and-red evader. The idea of building your own maps...
  • Doom Eternal Review

    I will cut to the chase, should you buy Doom Eternal? Yes, the game is insane. It is a love letter to the old school whilst adhering to modern conventions. The mixture results in something that feels familiar yet unique. This review will only cover the single-player portion of...
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    Sparklite Review (PlayStation 4)

    Sparklite is a classic top-down action-adventure that treads familiar ground in a way that is bound to please Legend of Zelda fans. It’s not a Zelda clone at all, which is what I initially took it for, but it has a colourful and cute charm that took me back...