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    DARQ Review (PlayStation 4)

    DARQ REVIEW (PLAYSTATION 4)   In this horror environmental puzzler you play as a young boy called Lloyd who astral projects into a nightmare realm every time he goes to sleep. These nightmares play by a different set of rules: in this place he can walk on walls, channel...
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    Narita Boy Review (PlayStation 4)

    NARITA BOY REVIEW (PLAYSTATION 4) Narita Boy takes place in 1980s Old York (an alternate history to New York, most likely). One night while coding, a programmer is incapacitated by a rogue AI that attacks him through his computer monitor. At the same time, a benevolent AI reaches out...
  • Paradise Lost – Insomnia Stream

    For his Friday night OOL stream, Redari plays through Paradise Lost, the newly released narrative exploration walking simulator from PolyAmorous and All in! Games. Will he make it through the abandoned Nazi bunker or are there any Nazis left to punch out? It’s winter, 1980. Szymon, a boy raised...
  • How Bethesda’s Indiana Jones Game Can Differentiate Itself From Uncharted

    Lucasfilm is more than just Star Wars. While the space opera in all its incarnations is still the company’s behemoth franchise, the newly branded ‘Lucasfilm Games’ (why not just Lucas Games?) is bringing its other nostalgic film series back to video games: Indiana Jones. It seems we live in...
  • Thinking about Final Fantasy 7 Remake in Lockdown

    To a huge communal holding of breath Final Fantasy VII Remake (FF7R) was finally announced for the PS5 in the latest PlayStation State of Play. Mid-February there were rumblings. Rumblings we may get some more news about FF7R. As the Internet does many suggestions were put out there from...
  • Pumpkin Jack Review

    In the 90s the first PlayStation released and it went on to sell 102.49 million units. This system also saw the rise of many PlayStation mascots; Solid Snake (Metal Gear Solid), Crash Bandicoot, Sir Daniel Fortesque (Medievil), Spyro the Dragon and Lara Croft (Tomb Raider). The platformer genre has...
  • Addicted to Orlog in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

    It’s November 2012 and I’m pissed off. You see, I’m something of a Trophy Hunter myself. Maybe not obsessively so but I look at the list of those useless little things before playing any PlayStation game and aim to unlock the platinum whenever possible. I’m also a big Assassin’s...
  • Insomnia Stream – Silver Chains

    Redari takes a walk through an abandoned manor to explore the story of what happened and unravel the truth of some terrible events. This is a full playthrough of Silver Chains on PS4. Code was provided by Headup Games....
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    Arrog Review (PlayStation 4)

    ARROG REVIEW (PLAYSTATION 4)   Developer: LEAP Game Studios Publisher: Nakana.io Reviewed by: Lee Chesnalavage Arrog is a monochrome 2D puzzle game that’s like an artist’s sketchbook brought to life. With hand-drawn visuals, Arrog is a short series of experimental levels that tasks you with solving simple puzzles. As...