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Paul Laureles
Paul Laureles
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An average gamer, reviewer, anime fanatic that enjoys playing games involving vehicles, a rocket launcher and a hell lot of people!! And behind all that mess is the screams of excruciating pain and agony as each individual Non-Playable Character gets blasted, torn from limb to limb, or simply just get shot in the balls by an innocent teddy bear launched at 200mph point blank all while hanging upside down on top of a building or tower. Other than that… I like sleeping! You can contact me at paul@invisioncommunity.co.uk

Fairy Tail Review

“Among the greatest mysteries of the world, a fairy’s tail is the elusive number eight.” An anime’s video game adaptation is easily one of the hardest things to get right. Whether you’re masterfully creating something new and unique for the…

Neon Abyss Review – “Pew Pew Pew” in Style

The Good, the Bad and the Bugly… If there’s a phrase that could best describe Neon Abyss in the briefest of terms, “pew pew pew” would’ve been in the top of my list. And to give my own personal definition…

Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated Review

Now that’s a long one. Being a kid in the ’90s, it goes without saying that platformers are what defined most of my childhood—mainly because of the huge influx of platforming games that came out in that time but its…

GUIDE for Monster Hunter World’s Alatreon

Forget the usual intros and time-wasting opening speeches, this is a guide that while it might not be the most robust and informative, can still provide fellow hunters new and old to really give the hurt back to Alatreon’s harsher…

The UK Government and the Future of Loot Boxes

The UK is calling for another loot box regulation. The quite ethical and quite fun surprise mechanics can also quite easily be classified as “a game of chance” according to the UK’s House of Lords Gambling Committee. This means that…

Ys: Memories of Celceta (PS4) Review

Originally released for the Playstation Vita, Ys: Memories of Celceta is one of the timeless classics in the platform that gave life to the handheld. It’s that one game where you have to play it if you own the handheld…

Sakura Wars Review – Is this Anime or Real Life?

If there’s one thing that SEGA’s latest entry to the Sakura Wars franchise has done right, is that it’s hard to distinguish whether we’re still playing a game, watching an anime or should I dare say it, living a life…