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  • First Looks – Hexia pt. 1

    Aadil takes a first look at Hexia, a tiles based strategy kingdom builder.   Join The Discord: https://discord.gg/JwY25Kv Visit Us On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outoflivesnetwork Please like comment and subscribe and if you can share it! Want to be part of the team, contact us!...
  • Bonfire Peaks Review

    Bonfire Peaks from Corey Martin is an isometric, 3D voxel puzzle game about bidding farewell to your past. As a Sokoban-based puzzler (think of any crate-pushing puzzle you’ve done in a video game; that’s Sokoban), Bonfire Peaks has found a suitable home amongst publisher and co-producer Draknek & Friends’...
  • Life is strange True colors review

    The Life Is Strange franchise has quickly gained critical praise; the series was first revealed in 2014 and followed the time traveling adventures of Max Caulfield in Arcadia Bay. Devloped by Dontnod Entertainment and Square Enix. The series was praised for its well written and emotional story and characters...
  • Samurai Warriors 5 Review

    Koei Tecmo’s Samurai Warriors 5 is a hack ‘n’ slash experience that is easy to fall in love with. The latest game in the Musou series features beautiful art and character design. The action speaks for itself when you see it in full flow. However, there are a few...
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    Foreclosed Review (PlayStation 4)

    FORECLOSED REVIEW (PLAYSTATION 4)   Foreclosed takes place in a dystopian Cyberpunk America where identities are owned by corporations. It’s May 3rd 2084, and Evan Kapnos wakes to find out his employer Securtech has gone bust. This means his identity is up for auction. To prevent him from leaving...
  • Axiom Verge 2 Review

    What is immediately noticeable about Axiom Verge 2 is that it breaks from the traditional Metroidvania mould by…actually having colour. Instead of the dark, brooding, claustrophobic settings often associated with the genre (and the first Axiom Verge for that matter), Axiom Verge 2 takes place in an open-air alternate...
  • Twelve Minutes Review

    Twelve Minutes is an intense, point-and-click style interactive thriller running on a time loop, where everything becomes a little bit clearer and occasionally more complicated with each run. Located in just a small apartment with an almost top-down view Twelve Minutes starts with a cold open and little knowledge...
  • Tanked Up 274 – Samurai’s Raiding the Black Skylands

    Join Lucy, Aadil, and special guest Adam as they talk through their week in games over some beers. Adam talks about his experiences with the newly released Samurai Warriors 5, and why he likes Musou games in general. Aadil chats about his first few hours with the open world...
  • Arcsmith Review

    Arcsmith is the new VR title from Bithell Games, the people behind Thomas Was Alone and Subsurface Circular. This was a difficult game to review. Mid heat wave VR is never particularly enjoyable and when you add some complex puzzles and my low IQ it’s a recipe for disaster....