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Grimshade – Review

It’s a win-some, lose-some chance with fund raising websites. Sometimes, the money doesn’t reach the required amount and a proposed product dwindles in the wind, swirling in hopes of being grounded and restarted. Other times, it pays off immensely, going way beyond what was required and smashing all required pledge

Etherborn – Preview

It really brings me such joy to see, play and review (or in this case preview) indie games that have such heart and soul in their development. You can really feel that each moment and movement has been undertaken with deep creative love and passion, making the experience just that

7

The Messenger – Review

Everybody was kung-fu fighting…… Okay, now thats out of my system. I can move on with my review. The Messenger launched first on the Playstation 4, and is later coming to Windows & Nintendo Switch. This is a fun side scroller that’s a tale of a ninja.

7

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – Review

This is a game that if you’re buying on a whim, you’ll probably have regrets. Straight up, if you enjoy playing any of the Dark Souls games or played Bloodborne, then Sekiro will suit you, if you didn’t like those you may find yourself disliking Sekiro as it’s much like

8

The Caligula Effect: Overdose – Review

After its initial release 3 years prior, developer Aquria have listened their fans by re-releasing this classic game, under the guidance of the Unreal Engine 4. As such, the remaster presents newly upgraded visuals, a new playable protagonist and a bundle of both supporting cast and additional game endings!

7

Devil May Cry 5 – Review

Capcom have always been well known for fantastically executed games, games that easily develop a cult following and fans that have followed them since the very beginning. Devil May Cry is one such franchise, and Devil May Cry 5 by Capcom is the latest instalment to grace the shelves of

Preview Only

Black Future 88 – Preview

Take on the mantle of one of the last remaining misfit survivors, and fight your way to the top of the tower to kill the architect and stop the endless nuclear rain. Ascend to die, and die to survive. A throw back to the 2D classics with beautiful pixilated explosions,

7

Battlloon – Review

Battlloon is one of the many, many indie games that have made their way on to the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo switch, while still only getting stronger and seemingly holding its own in the console world, has become one of the platforms of choice for independent developers. attlloon is very

9

Ape Out – Review

Man, games these days are generally too complicated. This is neither a bad thing nor a good thing, but I find when they are too complicated they become frustrating and it just rips the enjoyment out of it. Dropping this violent, blood-soaked romp in my lap, Ape Out by Digital

4.0

Tech Support: Error Unknown – Review

Reminds me of ‘Papers, Please’ but in a tech support world Aiming for a top job in the organization, the game sets somewhat high standards for the player. Tech support haves you make decisions rapidly after taking into account of all likely outcomes and estimating the route most likely to

6

Anthem – Review

I’m very hit and miss with grindy game play. Where as I was right into the ‘Diablo 3’ and ‘The Division’, even needing eye drops after a 14 hr session once, I totally missed ‘The Destiny’ train. I’d also like to point out I’m very hit and miss with Bioware

9

Jump Force – Review

I remember back in my early days getting out of bed early before school an dragging myself in front of TV to watch the latest episode of DragonBall Z, Naruto, One Piece and many others. I’d often think about how cool it would be like if they shared the same

5

Crackdown 3 – Review

Crackdown 3 has been 9 years in the making and finally after much delay (it was originally due 2016) is finally here. I was absorbed in the first one because it’s concept of mass destruction as a super human was so unique and different and while I didn’t play the

8

Yiik: A Postmodern RPG – Review

This is a very different RPG, when compared to others in the genre, this isn’t set in a fantasy world, nor in a post apocalyptic world, this my friends is in the modern world, hence the title of the game. Yiik: A Postmodern RPG is a single player game playable

8

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown – Review

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is a combat flight action video game developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment and the 7th entry in the long-running Ace Combat series. Well, we’ve ended one year and started another so what does that mean; new games, hardware, news and review’s. Speaking of

8

Project Warlock – Review

An unrepentant retro FPS adventure with mild RPG elements, this is a real work of love in the vein of Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, and even Cybermage. Play a mysterious gun-toting warlock as you travel from place to place, destroying evil and finding weapons. Shoot things, cast spells, and cause mayhem.

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