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  • 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...
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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...
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    Olija Review (PlayStation 4)

    OLIJA REVIEW (PLAYSTATION 4)   Developer: Skeleton Crew Studio Publisher: Devolver Digital Reviewed by: Lee Chesnalavage   Shipwrecked by a colossal whale, Lord Faraday finds himself stranded in the archipelago of Terraphage. After finding a magical compass revealing the location of the Harpoon of Legend, Faraday is chased out...
  • Ghost of Tsushima Legends Review

    Come and listen to our guest reviewer Sir Reginald the 8th discuss Legends. He didn’t get around to reviewing Ghost of Tsushima’s main game but he’s here for the multiplayer expansion....
  • Windbound

    Okay, so, it’s time for me to finally write down my thoughts on Windbound. I can only apologise for this taking so long to come along. Windbound is a survival game where you control a character who has to: build herself a boat, navigate and survive various islands collecting...
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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...
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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...
  • Sparklite

    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...
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    Arise: A Simple Story Review (PlayStation 4)

    Arise: A Simple Story is, as the title implies, a non-convoluted tale of a man reliving his most precious memories in his own personal Purgatory. You see, at the start of the game the nameless Old Man is cremated on a funeral pyre, and instead of waking in Heaven...