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VirtuaVerse Review

It is isn’t every day you stumble onto a click-and-point adventure game in the modern world, and it’s not very often I get one I enjoy. But thanks to GOG.com I managed to get my hands on VirtuaVerse. I’m glad I did, this kept me engrossed for hours with its stunning cyberpunk backdrops and thought-provoking puzzles. Developer: Theta DivisionPublisher: Blood MusicPlatforms: […]

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ScourgeBringer Preview

The deadliest warrior of her clan: Khyra needs help finding a way to redeem the humanity, you help her slash her way through ancient machines that guard the seal to her past as she explores the depths of the unknown. ScourgeBringer is a fast-paced free-moving rougelite platformer that gives the raw feeling of a metroidvania. This has some of the […]

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Real Neat Blog Award

First of all big thanks to Kelly from Why We Play Games for the Real Neat Blog Award! Much love going your way and anyone reading, it would be awesome if you could go and chuck her a follow and check out some of her blogs. Rules Display the logo Thank the blogger who nominated you and link to their […]

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Backlog Lockdown: Wolfenstein New Order Review

Wolfenstein has been one of those games that I started playing “back in the day” but just struggled to get past the first couple of missions for whatever reason. I’m a bit of a history buff, so anything in the past gets me interested, and the direction MachineGames and previously Raven Studio’s ‘re-imagining’ of the series provided a ‘what if’ scenario. […]

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Backlog Lockdown: The Messenger Review

Next on my long list of backlog to complete is Sabotage’s The Messenger, I found this game at EGX last year when Dale introduced me and has been sat on my PC since. Arguably this has become one of my favourite platformers of all time and it’s a game that will instantly grab your attention. It has a lot going […]

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Backlog Lockdown: Bioshock Review

With a couple of weeks off work, I now have a bit of extra time to attack what has become somewhat of an extensive backlog. Between the awesome offerings on Xbox Game Pass, cheap steam deals and a couple of free games on Epic Games, I’ve been really spoilt for choice recently. So I’m going to start making a move […]

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Unbound Worlds Apart Preview

During the annual celebration of The Guardian, the World of Vaiya is attacked by mysterious evil forces. With only a few weakened wizards manage to escape the attack and the world now corrupted and packed with evil creations, you take control of Soli, the last hope. Using his powers, Soli seeks revenge for the lost of his little brother and must fight back the evil and restore peace to the World of Vaiya.

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Ultimate Control in Management Sims

With the lock down in place I’ve had a bit more chance to play some games and have a think of how they effect me in certain situations. These aren’t the type of articles I normally post but having some time to reflect I thought it was time I gave this a crack. Management Sims are my go-to choice of […]

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GRIS Review

Gris tells the story of facing her fears and recovering from the darkest moments of her life and Nomada do this in a fantastic metaphor that is the wonderfully crafted with watercolours and a hand-drawn environment.

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Creature in the Well Review

Creature in the Well is a fun, fresh and energetic take on dungeon crawlers, taking inspiration from pinball games, Flight School Studios have taken the puzzles that haunt dungeons crawlers and turned them into something truly unique. You’ll never have a play a game like this.

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Planet Zoo Review

Planet Zoo is Frontier‘s latest construction and management simulation game, that allows you to take control of your own zoo franchise or help out others who may need the help dependent on the game mode you select. Developer: Frontier DevelopmentsPublisher: Frontier DevelopmentsPlatforms: Steam Release Date: 5 November 2019 The game modes are what you expect from any management sim, Career […]

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EGX 2019:Flotsam

The best way to describe Flotsam would be a ‘floating-recycling-survival-simulator’. In a post-apocalyptic world, where landmasses have been swallowed by the sea, you have been tasked to scour the sea for the precious remains of the previous generations, garbage. With this garbage, you will rebuild civilisation and traverse the sea to look for a better life.