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4.5

Resident Evil 3 – Review

With a few notable exceptions, remakes and remasters of games are rarely a good thing. Sure, we get to benefit from some incredible updates to graphics, but it is unlikely to have any game changing results, often just recycling the game play and ultimately feeling like the game wasn’t as

3.5

Bleeding Edge – Review

When a game keeps reminding you to stick together and work as a team, you down right listen because chances are you will get your ass handed to you over and over again. Not talking from any experience or anything, but sometimes relying on others to make smart choices in

5

DOOM Eternal – Review

The Doom Slayer is back with DOOM Eternal, the follow up to Bethesda’s 2016 release, DOOM. Now let me just say, DOOM Eternal absolutely delivers on the fast pace, over the top, rip and tear violence any DOOM fan has come to love. Since DOOM (2016), our good friend Doom

5

Luna: The Shadow Dust – Review

Luna: The Shadow Dust developed by Lantern Studios is a hand animated, point and click, puzzle adventure. If you’re a fan of unique artistic animation or puzzle games you have found the perfect game to add to your collection. Every aspect of this game is beautifully animated and constructed to

3.5

Valnir Rok – Review

Valnir Rok is an indie game developed by Encurio and is currently in early access. I normally find it hard to review games when this has to be kept in mind, however this is unfortunately the standard I have to abide by, as I cannot accurately review what a product

4

Bookbound Brigade – Review

Bookbound Brigade, a game by developed by Digital Tales USA and published by Intragames, is not a new genre but a new take on the classic Metroid and ‘Castlevania’ of old. The new term is a mixture; Metroidvania. Bookbound Brigade is a beautiful, 2D side scroller full of imaginative worlds

3.5

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – Review

Since the very first manga titled ‘Dragon Ball’ by Akira Toriyama, released all the way back in 1984, the Dragon Ball franchise has seen many adaptations from the highly successful and multiple anime series, to video games in various genres and on various consoles. Now we have movies, action figures,

3

Coffee Talk – Review

Coffee Talk is a simulation game by Toge Productions, a company known for their pixel art style and simulation games. Coffee Talk is no exception from this, you create your own name but essentially you are the owner of a nightlife coffee shop in Seattle. Your clientele are a range

4.5

Journey To The Savage Planet – Review

Welcome from Kindred Aerospace! Kindred Aerospace, where you are one of many chosen for the Pioneer Program as a “trained space explorer”. It is your job to explore planets that have been deemed habitable for human colonies by Kindred. You’ve been sent on an expedition from Earth to Planet AR-Y

GTFO: Early Access – Hands On Preview

GTFO! Words that will frequent your gameplay thanks to the terrifying atmosphere of this new first person shooter come survival horror cooperative game. In a game where playing alone means certain death, you’ll want to heed the creators warning and play cooperatively with 3 of your friends. Even then, this

3

Darksiders Genesis – Review

Given I predominantly play on XBOX, and until recently my game of choice was the likes of Grand Theft Auto, I never really bothered with the likes of God of War. My girlfriend at the time however, was very much into that style of game, so it was only natural

4

Transport Fever 2 – Review

Published by Good Shepherd Entertainment and developed by Urban Games, I present to you, Transport Fever 2. A transport simulator game; it is visually fantastic and dives deep into what transport truly was like from the 1850’s all the way to present day, developing an understanding of what had to

4

KartRider: Drift Closed BETA – Review

One of the world’s most active party game genre has to be that of the racing simulator. From the glory days of Mario Kart to the updated style of Crash Team Racing & Need For Speed, there’s something about gathering all together in the living room and racing each and

3.5

Real Heroes: Firefighter – Review

Real Heroes: Firefighter isn’t anything new. Previously seen on Nintendo Wii and Steam for PC, it is now available on Nintendo Switch. At its core, Real Heroes: Firefighter is a First Person Shooter; a game that has seen itself go through a few hands and few improvements with each version,

3

Shenmue III – Review

Shenmue III is a Japanese game developed by Ys Net and Published by Deep Silver. It is the third installment of a continuous story, with this title released eighteen years after the second game. Thanks to its cult following who raised two million dollars in under seven hours, as well

2.5

Race With Ryan – Review

I would like to firstly illiterate, this is very much a kid’s game, and while I wasn’t stoked to review it, I will look at it through that lense because I can’t imagine any grown arse adult wanting to own this. ‘Race with Ryan’ is just like the title suggests,

4.5

Need For Speed Heat – Review

I think it’s fair to say that the past couple of Need for Speed games haven’t really felt like they’ve lived up to the older games in the franchise. Personally, I loved the days of Underground, Most Wanted and Carbon, so when EA announced Heat, my eyes lit up and

4

Type Knight – Review

Published and developed by Chaikadev, Type Knight is fun and challenging game that is perfect for those who want to find an enjoyable way to improve and maintain their typing skills, or even for those who are just learning to type. With an enjoyable setting and dynamic weather, Type Knight

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