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Alan Sharp – Chapter 0: Prologue Review

Alan Sharp wants to be a lot of things, an ambitious experiment from the two developer team that comprise Mystive Studios. An episodic first person horror with puzzle solving elements from the perspective of Sam Whithers, formerly the assistant of…

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition Review

On November 20 2007 Mass Effect launched exclusively on Xbox 360. At the time it was a fresh science fiction space opera take on the RPG genre. Five years and two sequels later the trilogy was available on Xbox, PlayStation…

Hood: Outlaws & Legends Review

Hood: Outlaws & Legends is a multiplayer-only PvPvE (Players vs Players vs Environment) action-stealth experience, pitting two teams of four players against each other as well as the AI enemy State Guards that patrol and defend the area. The objective…

Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla – Wrath of the Druids Review

It’s been six months since the launch of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla and after a handful of community events and smaller scale content the first story expansion has finally arrived in the form of Wrath of the Druids. Eivor is requested…

Yakuza Type 0 Impressions

Yakuza Type 0 Impressions Anyone who knows me or has seen my articles most likely knows that Gears of War is my favorite game franchise! It’s my favorite game despite the fact I haven’t played it in probably 6 or…

Dark Nights With Poe and Munro Review

First introduced in The Shapeshifting Detective, another FMV title developed by D’Avekki Studios released back in 2018, fictional August Radio hosts Poe and Munro star in their own spin-off Dark Nights With Poe and Munro. Six episodes following a supernatural…

War Dogs: Red’s Return Review

Inspired by old-school arcade beat ‘em ups War Dogs: Red’s Return is a 2.5D brawler featuring an anthropomorphic cast. Having returned to the city after a year long absence Red finds the neighbourhood of his childhood friend’s bar is set…

Kursk Review

Loosely based on the actual events surrounding the nuclear powered Russian submarine known as the K-141 Kursk, developer Jujubee have endeavored to tell this tale in what they’ve marketed as “the first adventure and documentary video game inspired by real…

Resident Evil Village Review

The horrific survival adventure of Ethan Winters continues in Resident Evil: Village. Having survived the events of Resident Evil VII: Biohazard to rescue his wife Mia, Ethan now finds himself trapped in a village full of mutant werewolves and vampires…

Second Extinction Review (Game Preview)

A world ruled by hordes of mutated dinosaurs and a unit of one to three players tasked with stopping them from bringing upon the end of humanity is the premise of Second Extinction. With an arsenal of unlockable and customisable…