Adam Ligocki
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Writer, 3D modeller, philosopher and unenthusiastic Polka dancer extraordinaire. When not crafting delicious tales of horror to thrill and enchant, he doffs the cap of a world weary armchair archaeologist searching for the means to awaken The Great Old Ones into this reality. What’s that? Not real you say? The same thing could be said of David Hasselhoff’s Pop career. When the search proves fruitless, he retires deeper into his chair with a packet of snacks to raid. . .

Lego Marvel Super Heroes Switch Review

Lego Marvel Super Heroes is rocking up to the Switch party a little on the late side. While the arrival of this game is far from stylishly prompt, it is, nevertheless, extraordinarily welcome. Originally Lego Marvel Super Heroes launched in…

Crysis Remastered Trilogy Review

“But can it run Crysis?” By now we’ve all heard this question/joke. It’s been fourteen years since Crysis’s release. We have the powerhouses that are the PS5, Xbox Series machines and some wicked RTX capable graphics cards along with the…

Akibas Trip: Hellbound And Debriefed PS4 Review

Akiba’s Trip: Hellbound And Debriefed is a remaster of the first game in the Akiba’s Trip series, which was released on PSP in Japan way back in 2011 with an enhanced version of the game coming out in 2012. If…

Marvels Guardians of The Galaxy Preview

Even if developer Eidos Montreal doesn’t know it, there’s a lot riding on their take on Marvel’s Guardians of The Galaxy. A lot of that has to do with the other Square Enix published Marvel game, Marvel’s Avengers. Developed by…

The Falconeer Warrior Edition Switch Review

Part RPG, part open world dogfighting game, Tomas Sala’s The Falconeer throws you into the deep-end, both narratively and mechanically, of the cataclysm-shaped landscape, Ursee. As a mercenary atop a giant Falcon, it’s your job to take on the dirty…

Alan Wake Remastered Preview

Of all of the great titles that Remedy has under its belt, the desire for a sequel and remaster has never been higher than it has for Alan Wake. And that’s not difficult to understand if you’ve played this phenomenal…

Quake Remastered PS4 Review

For a couple of days before Quakecon, a Quake remaster certification was doing the rounds letting us all know that iD’s seminal shooter was returning to modern machines in an enhanced form. To say that its surprise drop onto stores…

Strange Brigade Switch Review

Ancient evil is afoot chaps, stirring the very draught of death for the Empire and the world. Whoever can we turn to, to save Crown and Kingdom? What’s that you say? We’ve got our jolly own band of adventurers ready…

NEO: The World Ends With You Switch Review

Fourteen years after the release of Square Enix’s stunningly stylised and quirky cult classic, The World Ends With you, Square Enix are dropping us back into Shibuya for another round through the Reapers Game with the sequel, NEO: The World…

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Review

It’s been ten years since Skyward Sword came out on the Wii. Ten years since Nintendo tried to do something new with the Zelda franchise while retaining what made the franchise so much more popular since Ocarina of Time came…