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Mark Sammut

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Born on a tiny island, Mark escaped his confined environment with the help of a controller and a screen. A life-long PlayStation gamer who adores Hack and Slash titles and RPGs (Western and Japanese), Mark believes that every genre deserves to be experienced more than once.

Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs Review

Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs arrives with the near-taboo disclaimer that it was financed by a Kickstarter campaign. How does this RPG fare?

ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny Review

ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny not only boasts a magnificently grandiose title but, even as a game, it admirably tries to accomplish a fair amount. Taking...

Internet Word of the Day: Weeb

Someone on Reddit called me a "weeb" recently because I enjoyed Tales of Berseria and the Neptunia games. Is it true? What an honour! Have I really reached...

Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star Review

The Fate series has developed quite a storied history; not only in anime and manga, but also the gaming industry. Sure, the most memorable successes...

Drive!Drive!Drive! Review

Drive!Drive!Drive! tries to offer something new and exciting to the often stagnant racing genre. It can often feel like the sky has already been reached, with...

Alchemic Jousts Review

At first glance, Alchemic Jousts presents itself as a simple, colourful and easy-going castle defence strategy game; one that can lull your brain into...

Steins;Gate 0 Review

Steins;Gate 0 is the highly anticipated follow-up to the critically acclaimed visual novel developed by 5pb. and Nitroplus, Steins;Gate, originally released in 2009. The original...

Ginger: Beyond the Crystal Review

Platformers occupy that rare slot in gamers' hearts, one saved primarily for titles that instil a sense of nostalgia on the user. No matter what...

Darkest Dungeon Review

Darkest Dungeon is one of the games of the year. A densely gripping tour de force that provides endless hours of gameplay despite the seemingly...

Space Hulk Ascension Review

About 45 minutes into my relationship with Space Hulk Ascension, I was forced to type in the most humiliating of phrases online: "Beginner's Guide". It...

A Bastard’s Tale Review

Which child, boy or girl, has not dreamed of wearing some metal armour and going on a Medieval adventure? The Knight in Shining Armor, a...

Touhou Scarlet Curiosity Review

Ever since 1996, when the first ever Touhou Project game was released, fans have been enjoying the bullet hell madness that comes with Team...

Rive Review

Rive is easily the hardest game I have had the pleasure to fail miserably at this year. But here's the thing, being bone-crushingly difficult...

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review

Set in the universe of the popular anime series, Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness is another visual novel designed to force the player to think. What is...

140 Review

At its heart, 140 is an album that just happens to be interactive. A one-hour trip through the abstract mind of a musician fond...

Absolute Drift: Zen Edition Review

The “driving games” genre tends to be viewed as slightly casual. Although not quite to the level of Fifa or Call of Duty, the Need...

The Huntsman: Winter’s Curse Review

The Huntsman: Winter's Curse definitely has one thing going for it. Set within the Disney Universe, and following Winter's War, the hype could not...

Blade Ballet Review

Stitched together to form a mishmash of famous licences, Blade Ballet whirls onto the scene in a fury of scratching metal and vibrant colors....

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force Review

Announced back in 2015, Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force is yet another PS3 release updated and optimised for the current generation. Does Compile Heart's JRPG...

Chambara Review

Chambara harbors back to a time where multiplayer actually required human contact. In the basement, on the couch, with some rootbeer and all the packets of...
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