Reviews

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Get-A-Grip Chip – Review

Redstart Interactive brings us a small grappling bot named Chip who works at a factory that manufactures battery bots. One day things go awry and there’s a malfunction on the manufacturing line, an Observer bot gets caught by a stray gear, turns rogue and ultimately destroys the factory. This awol

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Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit – Review

I don’t know how to not be just blunt with saying this….this should be on every Nintendo Switch owners’ shopping list for the upcoming holiday purchases. Available in Mario and Luigi designs, Nintendo and Velan Studios have brought to their millions of fans something we never knew we wanted… an

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Disc Room – Review

Disc Room, created by Terri, Dose, Kitty and JW, and published by Devolver Digital, is now available on PC and Switch, taking place in the orbit of Jupiter as a giant disc is discovered. It is a puzzle room survival game, with each room having a timer to record your

5

Remothered: Broken Porcelain – Review

Remothered: Broken Porcelain is a stealth-based survival horror game developed by Stromind Games, and published by Modus Games. It is the follow up to the previously successful hit Remothered: Tormented Fathers, which I confess I have not played, but I’ve read some reviews and it seems like a pretty good

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9 Monkeys of Shaolin – Review

Another week, another review, and this time I get the chance to play 9 Monkeys of Shaolin. I like most things to do with martial arts, especially a Cinemax show called Warrior. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it. Now this game takes me back to old-time Kung

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Kajillionaire – Review

Kajillionaire is the story of a dysfunctional family of scammers. Robert and Theresa raised their daughter, Old Dolio, in a sick and twisted way. Teaching her from a young age to steal items from the post office only to be returned to the owner when a reward is offered, or

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FIFA 21 – Review

Ladies and gents, it’s that time of year again with another release in the FIFA series, back again with the game we’ve come to love over the years, FIFA 21. Developed and published by EA, this year’s FIFA has got some great new features and some tweaked gameplay that will

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DARQ – Review

Have you ever had a dream that you felt you couldn’t wake up from? How you either had complete control or total chaos in the imaginary world you have built in your sleep. Unfold Games have taken that concept and turned it into a fluid, mind-bending, world warping puzzle, horror-inspired

6

Star Wars: Squadrons – Review

Developed by Motive Studios and published by EA, Star Wars Squadrons will put the players in the role of a pilot from all the trademark ships from the Rebel and Imperial era in a first person perspective and is available on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC. Squadrons takes place

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Postal Redux – Review

Developed by Running with Scissors, Postal Redux is an isometric shoot ‘em up and is now available on the Nintendo Switch. Postal first released back in 1997, and over the years the game has had source codes released to expand how you can play it. In the year 2000, a

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The Survivalists – Review

Imagine being stranded on an island, washed up on a beach with nothing but the shirt on your back. Do you think you could survive? With the steadily increasing list of survival games, I think most people feel like they’d have some idea. I mean, you can simply punch a

8

Dustoff Z – Review

Published by Zordix and Green Man Gaming, and developed by Invictus Games, Dustoff Z is a spinoff of the Dustoff series which focused on players taking control of a military chopper, flying into war zones, shooting down enemy vehicles, rescuing hostages and bringing them back to safety. Dustoff Z is

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Re:Turn – One Way Trip – Review

A group of college friends go camping in the woods, what could possibly go wrong? Sounds like another horror cliché, right? Well, Re:Turn – One Way Trip is not your standard horror game. This gritty 2D side-scrolling puzzle-adventure horror game, developed by Red Ego Games and published by Green Man

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Partisans 1941 – Review

Jumping in with the full release of Partisans 1941, I’m excited to fully enjoy this game in all of its glory since the initial demo release had me eagerly waiting. Developer Alter Games and publisher Daedalic Entertainment bring Partisans 1941 solid gameplay after it turned heads with its demo release

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Drake Hollow – Review

Drake Hollow is published and developed by The Molasses Flood, and is available on PC and Xbox, readily accessible through Game Pass. This review will cover both Xbox and PC versions. Drake Hollow pulls the player from the real world as they are transported to the Hollow or Veil, and

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Let’s Sing Presents: Queen – Review

Published by Koch Media and developed by Voxler, Let’s Sing Queen is a karaoke game and the latest instalment of the Let’s Sing series, but this time dedicating it to the legendary British rock band, Queen. Although this isn’t the first singing game to be dedicated to Queen, with the

7

Alien Scumbags – Review

Do you ever just stare at your game library and don’t know what to play? Don’t want to commit to 50+ hours of story just to end up forgetting it while you play a new release? Well, Alien Scumbags is a great game to play in-between. Developed and Published by

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Kirby Fighters 2 – Review

It’s small. It’s pink. It’s fa….uhhh… plump! Most importantly, it’s down right adorable! No, no, no, it’s not Jigglypuff; it’s KIRBY!!! Super Smash Bros. can move on over, because who needs all those different fighters when you can watch Kirby fight Kirby! OK, so it’s not that exciting, and it’s

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RIDE 4 – Review

Published and Developed by Milestone S.R.L, RIDE 4 is back after the last installment, RIDE 3, which was released back in 2018. So what’s new with RIDE 4, is that it features a completely revised career mode to assure the most dynamic progression, as well as a new dynamic system

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RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition – Review

I’m back for another review, though this time it’s on the Switch with RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition, a construction and management simulation video game, published under the Frontier Foundry games label. It’s been awhile since I’ve played a simulation game besides The Sims, which usually ended with sadistic laughing

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Projection: First Light – Review

‘Projection: First Light’ is a unique game with a classic platformer wrapper tied neatly around it. Developed by Shadowplay Studios and published by Blowfish Studios, this game is played out in the gorgeous shadow puppet style of ancient Asia. This being pretty much a beautiful artform in itself in real

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Unrailed! – Review

Developed by Indoor Astronaut, and published by Daedalic Entertainment, Unrailed! adds a whole new twist to games where the aim is to see just how far you can get. Unlike some of the more popular mobile games, Unrailed! is designed to be played in multiplayer, with players working together or

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Spellbreak – Review

Published and developed by Proletariat, Spellbreak is an online Battle Royale style game that stands out from the rest by being set in a medieval fantasy world, trading guns and grenades for magic and spells. It’s a very pleasant change from the usual run and gun games that we are

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