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The Suicide Of Rachel Foster – Review

The Suicide of Rachel Foster is published by Daedalic Entertainment, and developed by One O One Games, Reddoll Games, Centounopercento – 101% and Reddoll S.R.L. Walking sims are a category I never really knew existed in video games until this game was handed to me. I did a little research,

4.5

Party Hard 2 – Review

You just want to sleep, I feel that more than anyone and I can totally understand that driving someone to a mass spree of murder. “Party Hard 2” is just that, one person’s journey into madness as the party scene destroys his life. I have never played the first ‘’Party

4

NBA 2K21 – Review

Published by 2K Sports and developed by Visual Concepts, NBA 2K21 is the 22nd installment to the 2K franchise. I am not the biggest fan of the NBA and it has been at least 10 years since I last played a Basketball game, so let’s see if much has changed.

4

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars – Review

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars is a turn-based strategy game developed by Palindrome Interactive and published by Kalypso Media. This game is very reminiscent of the old ‘Warcraft’ games and ‘Age of Empires’, in certain ways at least. What I was even more surprised by was how much the combat reminded

4

Ary And The Secret Of Seasons – Review

The only good part of a pandemic? Making video games even more fantastical. For example, ‘Ary and the Secret of Seasons’ introduces us to our young heroine, Aryelle, as she travels the vast world of Valdi and enjoys all four seasons- OUTDOORS! What a fantasy in 2020. Developed by eXiin

3

Kandagawa Jet Girls – Review

From the anime-inspired minds of XSEED Games (popular for such titles as Sakuna, Killer is Dead, BurgerTime Party, Corpse Party, & Run Factory 4 Special) comes their latest endeavour: Kandagawa Jet Girls! GAMEPLAY KANDAGAWA JET GIRLS is an anime-based racing game, where you and your Japanese best girlfriend will be

4

Control: AWE Expansion – Review

AWE, or Altered World Event, is the second and latest DLC for Control, this time bringing the Alan Wake game into the narrative. Again, starting from where we left off from the Foundation expansion, Director Jesse Faden gets a hotline vision, message, otherworldly phone call, or however you want to

5

Iron Harvest 1920+ – Review

We have experienced and played all types of games, T.V. Shows and Movies with alternative histories, but ‘Iron Harvest’ brings something different. In an alternative reality set in 1920, it’s the end of the Great War where technology and history took a different turn towards diesel-punk technology and the use

4

Wasteland 3 – Review

Published by Deep Silver and developed by inXile Entertainment, in Wasteland 3, you take command of a squad of Desert Rangers, lawmen and women in a post-nuclear world, trying to rebuild society from the ashes. More than a century after the bombs fell, you’re fighting a losing battle to keep

4

Street Power Football – Review

Step aside Messi! Ronaldinho? Who’s that?! Become the king of Street Power Football! Brought to us by developers SFL Interactive and Gamajun and Published by Maximum Games, Street Power Football is an epic take on football, bringing us the way the beautiful game is more creatively played, in the streets.

3

Windbound – Review

‘Windbound’ by 5 Lives Studios, is a survival game that pulls out all the stops on ocean fairing and scourging across the 7 seas. Published by Deep Silver and Koch Media, this title is available as of now on PC and all consoles, even the Stadia, but did it let

4

Project Cars 3 – Review

Project Cars 3 is a racing simulator developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. This game boasts one of the most realistic car racing simulators currently available and it’s hard to disagree. They have really pushed the feel, control and technique of a real vehicle from

5

No Straight Roads – Review

It’s somewhat fulfilling when art imitates life, when reality becomes immortalized in fictitious ways. From the creative minds of Wan Hazmer (Final Fantasy XV) and Daim Dziauddin (Street Fighter V), comes this fantastically magical, new indie game ‘No Straight Roads’, which targets the rise of EDM music and the subsequent

4.5

Mortal Shell – Review

Mortal Shell published by Playstack and developed by Cold Symmetry is an action, role-playing video game that really gives me mixed emotions as I’ve said countless times before “I’m not a fan of Dark Soul type games”. This game literally beat the crap out of me mentally making my hate

4

Darkestville Castle – Review

I try not to think of myself as sadistic, but Darkestville Castle is the story of a demon who spends every day terrorising the town of Darkestville…and I have never laughed so much in a video game. This classic point-and-click game developed by the (clearly hilarious) legends at Epic Llama

2.5

Descenders – Review

Descenders is a cycling game, developed by RageSquid a Dutch studio and published by No More Robots. The basic premise of the game is to clear different tracks that are all generated on the spot, which is a cool feature. Completing bonus objectives unlocks different tracks until you complete the

4

PGA Tour 2K21 – Review

If you’re like me and have been craving a new PGA Tour game, today is your lucky day. PGA Tour 2K21,  developed by HB Studios and published by 2K Games is out now. For those of you that haven’t heard of HB Studios, they are the independent studio behind “The

2.5

Peaky Blinders: Mastermind – Review

Peaky Blinders: Mastermind is a game based off the popular TV show of the same name, developed by Futurlab, and published by Curve Digital. Taking you to Birmingham and set just before the events of the first season, we follow the rise of Tommy as he earns his reputation in

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Fast & Furious Crossroads – Review

Fast & Furious Crossroads is a racing/action-role video game based on the Fast & Furious film franchise. Developed by Slightly Mad Studios, the minds behind the fun in the ‘Need For Speed Shift’ series as well as ‘Project Cars’. It’s about time we got a green light on a Fast

3.5

Relicta – Review

This first-person, physics-based puzzle game developed by Mighty Polygon and published by Ravenscourt is one challenge I dove into. Now it may be hard to believe, but I’m probably one of the few people that have never really played games like Portal or other physics/puzzle games. I’m not known for

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