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Alfred Hitchcock: Vertigo – Review

Alfred Hitchcock has gone down in history as one of the best suspense and thriller movie makers of all time, with classics such as The Birds and Psycho. In 1958, Hitchcock created the movie Vertigo, and the game, developed by Pendulo Studios and published by Microids, borrows its inspiration, sharing


Construction Simulator (2022) – Review

Published by Astragon and developed by Weltenbauer. Software Entwicklung GmbH, the Construction Simulator series, known as Bau Simulator in Germany, has been building its way to show the joys of operating various cranes, forklifts, trucks, tractors, and other earth-moving equipment since 2011. The latest game, simply titled Construction Simulator, looks


The DioField Chronicle – Review

The DioField Chronicle is a strategy role-playing game co-developed by Lancaster and Square Enix, and it’s available now on all platforms. The DioField Chronicle takes place across a war-torn continent as war rages between the Kingdom of Alletain and the Trovelt-Schoevian Empire. At the same time, the Rowetale Alliance suffers a


Session: Skate Sim – Review

The wait is finally over. Session: Skate Sim has released its full version, with new features added, some removed, and DLC and future updates to come. Is this the game/sim you are looking for in your future virtual skate endeavors? Let’s find out. Developed by crea-ture Studios Inc., Session: Skate


XIII Remake – Review

After a rough launch when the remake was first released in 2020, XIII has now come out with an update for the Series S|X and PS5, fixing the buggy mess it once was into now a playable title for fans of the cult classic to enjoy once again. Developed by


Fallout 76: The Pitt – Review

As we all know, Fallout 76 had a very rocky start. It felt very empty and the story wasn’t as enthralling as in previous titles. Since its release, Bethesda has listened to the community and has been slowly bringing life back into Appalachia, initially with raiders and settlers, and then

Beacon Pines – Preview

Beacon Pines is a cute adventure game developed by Hiding Spot and published by Fellow Traveller, sitting under the ‘Visual Novel’ genre. We start the game by opening a book and that is where our story and the true journey begin, and we are introduced to Luka, a young lad



It’s been 22 years since Pac-Man World came to consoles, which was a massive change in its day, changing to a 3D Platformer from the Pac-Man we all grew up playing in the arcades, and Now Production & Bandai Namco have done the great Re-Pac of this classic title. This


LEGO Brawls – Review

Whether you’re assembling pieces to make various buildings, ships, or the Batcave, shopping at their many retail stores, visiting their theme parks, playing their many games, singing along to “Everything Is AWESOME!!!” or screaming in agony after stepping on a piece, the LEGO brand has continued to build much enjoyment


SD Gundam Battle Alliance – Review

SD Gundam Battle Alliance is developed by ARTDINK and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment that puts players in the role of an unseen character. Plucked from a battlefield with your companion, you are both transported to a digital world where an AI system overlooks the history of the Gundam series.


Saints Row – Review

At the exact moment I started writing this review, 16 years had passed since the original Saints Row game launched. As the first open-world crime simulator for the new generation of consoles, they were in a prime position to take advantage of the genre that GTA had made so famous.


The Ascent: Cyber Heist – Review

Stepping back into the Arcology after a year off made me realise how much I missed the bloody hellscape. Created by Neon Giant, this top-down twin-stick shooter was the standout Cyber Punk-inspired world in recent memory, and its heart-thumping action has been treated to its first expansion. The Cyber Heist


Way Of The Hunter – Review

Have you ever wanted to enjoy the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest or maybe the beautiful late summer in Transylvania then Way of The Hunter is made just for you. Nine Rocks Games created this visually stunning hunting simulation and THQ Nordic has brought it to life so we can


Arcade Paradise – Review

Arcade Paradise is a new simulator game created by Nosebleed Interactive and published by Wired Productions. Set in the 90s, players will take the role of a fresh out of college student putting a business degree to use, given the task of managing your father’s laundromat. You will need to


Ynglet (Xbox Series X) – Review

Nifflas (Nicklas Nygren), the creative mind behind such indie hits as Within a Deep Forest, NightSky, and Knytt, brings his latest unique puzzle game, Ynglet, now available on Xbox One and published by Triple Topping. Ynglet is certainly one of those games that can be described differently with each person’s


Cult Of The Lamb – Review

Have you ever wanted to start a cult? Well, in ‘Cult of the Lamb’ you get to do just that! From Developers, Massive Monster, and publishers Devolver Digital, Cult of the Lamb is the single-player, action-adventure cult simulator you have been waiting for. Destroy your enemies, sacrifice your worshippers or


MultiVersus (Open Beta) – Review

Since 1999, Nintendo has been the pioneer of 2D platform fighting games with the legendary Super Smash Bros series. Many other franchises have attempted to make their own crossover game using the same gameplay style, such as PlayStation, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, and more, but none have come close to the


Digimon Survive – Review

Created by Hyde and published by Bandai Namco, Digimon Survive is the newest instalment to the Digimon series. It is a visual novel story-driven game with tactics-style combat, so for those that are thinking it will be like Digimon World or the Cyber Sleuth series, be aware, that it is


Matchpoint: Tennis Championships – Review

Matchpoint: Tennis Championships is the latest tennis game created, as the sports game instalments have been absent since 2019. Created by Australian game studio, Torus Games, and published by Kalypso Media, Matchpoint: Tennis Championships brings back focus to the court with fun and intense rallies, but it still has some


REDO! (Xbox Series X) – Review

Developed by Robson Paiva, ‘REDO!’ Is a metroidvania, action and adventure game set in a dystopian world overrun by biomachines. You are what you believe to be, …the last human alive. After waking up you find a strange message from an unknown source. Could this be another human? Or something


Final Vendetta – Review

Back in the 80s and 90s, the beat ’em up genre was one of the pioneers of the arcade scene, with classics such as Double Dragon, Final Fight, and Streets of Rage just to name a few. They brought something unique to the arcades where instead of people playing solo


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