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Legend of Kay Anniversary Review

Released on the PlayStation 2 in 2005, it’s rare for an adventure game to go under the radar of an avid gamer like myself,...

ICY Review

Developed by Rome-based independent studio Inner Void Interactive, ICY is a story-based RPG set in a world plunged into an ice age where civilisation...

Life is Strange Episode 4 – “The Dark Room” Review

An emotional rollercoaster from the second the screen lights up, Life is Strange episode 4 has really cranked the drama up to 11. By far the...

Hatoful Boyfriend Review

If there's one thing you can be sure of today, it's that you've never played a game quite like Hatoful Boyfriend. Created by manga artist Mao...

Card Hunter Review

Card Hunter is a mixed bag, but one with primarily good loot. It may not be the epic quest you’re searching for, but it’s certainly an adventure you’re glad you found.

Velocibox Review

Imagine a game like Dark Souls, but starting at the end boss without any equipment or experience to your name. Now imagine that whilst you're also hurtling...

Angus Hates Aliens Review

It never ends well for aliens in games, does it? Regardless of where they’re from or how advanced they are in comparison to us, they...

Tembo the Badass Elephant Review

Sonic the Hedgehog. Ty the Tasmanian Tiger. Gex the Gecko. Ecco the Dolphin. There's been a lot of games with animal protagonists over the years...

Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure Review

The original Dr. Mario title was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy in 1990 and was one of the first true...

Way of the Samurai 4 Review

This is not a realistic interpretation of life according to the Bushido Code. On the contrary, as a samurai in Ghostlight's PC version of Way...

Tachyon Project Review

I'm not usually a fan of twin stick shooters; I prefer something I can really sink my teeth into, and usually anything with too...

3D Streets Of Rage 2 Review

Seeing the success of Double Dragon and then Final Fight, Sega decided they wanted a slice of the beat ‘em up pie and so...

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

The first thing that strikes you about The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is just how pretty it looks. Released last year on PC it was...

Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria Review

Developed by Muteki Corporation, and published by Choice Provision Inc., Dragon Fantasy - The Volumes of Westeria follows the story of Ogden, guard to Queen Becca. His goal? To save Prince Morton.

This War of Mine Review

To start, let’s get this straight. I’ve never been one for war games. I didn’t like Call of Duty nor Battlefield, but that’s just my...

Quiplash Review

What's the point in having a party with your closest friends if you can't be completely rude and inappropriate with them? Quiplash openly invites you...

No Time to Explain Review

No Time to Explain is a game that grabs you instantly. Within seconds of the game beginning you’ll witness half of your home suddenly torn...

PieceFall Review

PieceFall is a charming puzzle platformer that’s taken the concept of Tetris to a whole new dimension – literally. Armed with nothing but your brainpower...

Limbo Review

If you’re interested in trying something a little different, or maybe taking your first foray into the mists of the indie genre, then this your game.

Astebreed Review

With its sumptuous graphics and manic gameplay, Astebreed is an indie Japanese shooter that you should take notice of. Previously only available on PC, its...
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