game review

  • 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...
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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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    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...
  • 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,...
  • 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...