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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...
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    Monster Sanctuary Review (Switch)

    Over the Christmas period there wasn’t a game I played more than Monster Sanctuary. Putting my festive annual leave to good use, there was no better way to spend it than sinking countless hours into a JRPG-inspired monster-collecting adventure. Monster Sanctuary is a mash-up of platforming, fetch quests and...
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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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    Solo: Islands of the Heart Revved-View (PlayStation 4)

    Inspired by the limited word count of social media and the quick-fire, unfiltered conversations that take place inside of them, Revved-Views is where I will attempt to review a game as concisely and as informal as possible. We’re all friends here, so rev your engines and come on this...
  • Awesome Pea Revved-View (PlayStation 4)

    Inspired by the limited word count of social media and the quick-fire, unfiltered conversations that take place inside of them, Revved-Views is where I will attempt to review a game as concisely and as informal as possible. We’re all friends here, so rev your engines and come on this...
  • Moonlighter Revved-View (PlayStation 4)

    Inspired by the limited word count of social media and the quick-fire, unfiltered conversations that take place inside of them, Revved-Views is where I will attempt to review a game as concisely and as informal as possible. We’re all friends here, so rev your engines and come on this...
  • Glass Masquerade Review (PlayStation 4)

    Glass Masquerade is a relaxing (sometimes irritating) glorified jigsaw puzzle game where the jigsaw pieces are remnants of shattered stained-glass clocks. Set inside a museum, you’re tasked with fixing these beautiful pieces of art by piecing the broken shards back together. Simply drag and drop the pieces onto the...
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    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...