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

Utawarerumono: ZAN Review

A visual novel is an ever-daunting task to partake. Something that, for the most part, would take unsurmountable hours, a huge wall of text and dozens of caffeine-infested beverages before its story can be set to a close. So when…

Code Vein Review

Methodical outplays. An ever-challenging world. Head-splitting, rage-inducing boss encounters. It’s the very essence of what makes Dark Souls… actual freakin’ Dark Souls. It’s a game that delivers its gamers to their graves faster than a pizza guy can knock at…

Crystar Review – A Good Marriage between its Characters and Story

“Don’t play with my emotions.” is probably the first, second and last words I’ve uttered throughout the story until the end credits rolled. It played with my emotions far better than my partner did last summer… considering if it was…

Torchlight II (PS4) Review

Dungeon crawlers have always taken the dark and gloomy road. The hideous and most gruesome of boss encounters, the weirdest and craziest of dungeons yet at the end of it was Torchlight. A series originally developed by Runic Games, a…

Black Desert PS4 Review

Black Desert is an experience. It’s both massive in its scale and outrageous in presentation. Pearl Abyss has carefully handcrafted and skillfully mastered that art. It’s a unique and enjoyable experience as an MMO without you ever thinking it’s an…

How Code Vein separates itself to Dark Souls

Dark Souls is easily one of the most well-known titles for its difficulty curve and challenging boss fights that is borderline frustrating and somewhat chemically rage-inducing. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that there are quite a few developers…

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (PS4) Review

Coming up with a unique introduction to a game review is probably one of the hardest things to do other than actually sitting down and writing it in the first place but Monster Hunter World Iceborne needs no such introduction.…

Remnant: From the Ashes (PS4) Review

“The Dark Souls of third-person looter shooters.” There’s only so much a game can do to pull me in and a punishing experience isn’t one of them. However, Gunfire Games’ Remnant: From the Ashes promised unique and meaningful loot that…

Date A Live: Rio Reincarnation Review

Visual novels aren’t usually my cup of tea so when I tried to look back as to why I started out this adventure of a game, the only reason I could think of is because of its anime adaptation. An…

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled – Why Microtransactions Ruins a Game

To fully understand why microtransactions can ruin a game, we must first understand what it is and what it does. Microtransactions (sometimes abbreviated as MTX) is a business model where users can purchase virtual goods or in-game currency to purchase…

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review

When Wolfenstein: Youngblood was first revealed, I genuinely felt joy. Because Wolfenstein is a game that I remember for its Nazi-slaughtering antics and chaotic run-and-gun action but now it’s bringing the co-op gameplay to its arsenal. The series takes a…

Samurai Shodown Review

In the modern era of fighting games, initiating special moves, stringing relentless combos and juggling balls and plates off the air are the things that define them. But what if you strip them all away? Well, you have Samurai Shodown…

God Eater 3 Review (Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4)

God Eater 3 is the first game in the franchise to take a step away from the Playstation handhelds in order to strengthen what is already a fun and stellar game. Its fast-paced action combat just got faster while its…

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle Review

Attack on Titan is easily one of the most interesting yet weirdly fashioned title in recent years. Going from Spiderman-esque web slinging to Sword Art Online’s Kirito and his fast dual wielding slashing prowess. And if looking at genital-free naked…

Brand Theft Auto How does fictional in-game brands stack up in the real world?

Video games are littered with fake brands, from your average Japanese fast food chain Gozushi within the cities of GTA to our favorite weapons manufacturer Vladof from Borderlands. Most of them are sadly forgettable but the ones that stand out…