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Paradise Lost Review

Taking place in an alternative history setting, Paradise Lost tells the tale of a 12 year old Polish boy named Szymon on a mission to find a woman who once knew his mother. The exploration of a Nazi subterranean bunkers…

Sanity of Morris Review

Sanity of Morris tells the tale of a father and son whose broken relationship is thrown by the wayside when Johnathan Morris receives an unusual voice message from his estranged father, Hank. Travelling five hours to find out what’s going…

Adios Review

Quiet, peaceful, solemn and foreboding. In short, those four simple words sum up my experience with Adios. As the title suggests the game is about the protagonist, a pig farmer that has severed his ties disposing bodies for the mob,…

Marvel’s Avengers – Operation: Hawkeye – Future Imperfect Review

The second new hero has landed in Marvel’s Avengers. Clint Barton “Hawkeye” arrives with his own new story content in Operation: Hawkeye – Future Imperfect, as well as his own unique gameplay, abilities, outfits and Hero Challenge Card. As the eighth playable…

Space Otter Charlie Review

“In the 2500’s the humans just up and left.” Suffering from the effects of global warming a group of otters built a rocket to journey to the stars. The first two rockets, Alpha and Bravo failed but ultimately Charlie, their…

Just Die Already, Coming To Consoles!

Just Die Already has been confirmed that it will be coming onto the PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Nintendo Switch. The news has come from Curve Digital and DoubleMoose, thanks to press listing emails. Not only is the upcoming title available on…

Heaven Dust Review

Waking to find yourself in a mansion is one thing but to discover that it is actually a secret research centre overrun by the undead is something else entirely. Borrowing heavily from the old school Resident Evil titles, Heaven Dust…

Bullets Per Minute

Shoot That Beat! Bullets Per Minute is a first-person shooter/ dungeon crawler where your goal is to run through a room filled with blood-thirsty enemies and creatures who all share the same objective. To protect their boss from players. Players…

In Rays of the Light Review

Alone, isolated and haunted by the abandoned remains of what was once life. In Rays of the Light tells a tragic tale amidst the emptiness of a dilapidated Russian school building, unburdened by man and ruled by nature. Corridors draped…

3 out of 10: Season One Review

With a standard premise and an overly used concept 3 out of 10: Season One is just another playable sitcom about “the worlds worst video game studio”, complete with an outlandish cast and a boss that doesn’t seem to know…