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Last Stop Review

Last Stop is a unique supernatural adventure from the playable perspective of three protagonists. Each character has their own story that spans seven chapters that gradually sees their lives overlap and interconnect, even though they don’t know it. A charming…

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf Review

Originally a free-to-play mobile game that released back in 2014, and saw release on PlayStation 4 in 2019, Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf has finally made its way to Xbox. Blending turn-based strategy and card-based abilities results in an interesting experience…

In Rays of the Light (Xbox Series X|S Version)

In Rays of the Light originally launched on Xbox One back in March of this year and now we have the chance to experience it again – this time optimised for Xbox Series X|S. The lonesome exploration/walking sim experience looks…

No Thing Review

“NO THING is a minimalistic surreal action game set in the totalitarian regime of the future. Tells the story of an office clerk who is sent with an important message to the Queen of Ice.” That’s the official description for…

Restless Night Review

Restless Night is an authentically retro horde slaying experience that genuinely feels like it would be right at home on an arcade machine. Hordes of zombies, bats, mutants and other monstrosities relentlessly pursue the player in a wave-based frenzy until…

A Tale of Synapse: The Chaos Theories Review

Sci and Néro take centre stage as the heroes in the puzzle-platformer A Tale of Synapse: The Chaos Theories. With four worlds and 46 levels to explore within the visually delightful world of Hemeide, the duo tackle a variety of puzzles that…

Within the Blade Review

Within the Blade is a stealth action platformer that tells the pixelated tale of Hideaki, a ninja of the Black Lotus clan. Tasked with slaying rival clans, rescuing prisoners and restoring his village, the player embarks on a rather challenging…

Song of Horror Review

Inspired by iconic franchises that immortalised the genre such as Silent Hill and Resident Evil, Song of Horror borrows heavily from the 90’s iterations of the aforementioned titles to create its own interesting and disturbing world of darkness and horror.…

Violett Remastered Review

The titular Violett’s striking purple hair is as vibrant as the world her point and click adventure unfolds in. Having recently moved into a new home in the country with her parents, Violett is drawn to a glowing light in…

The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom Review

A post-apocalyptic setting teeming with hordes of zombies and monsters is home to four courageous teens as they fight to save the city of Wakefield from the evil Malondre, Queen of the Slime Monsters. The Last Kids on Earth and…