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

Mary Skelter Finale Review

Lately, I’m in a constant cycle of stress and depression. It wakes me up in the morning and kept me from getting a good night’s rest thinking where did I went wrong or what path I should’ve taken to get…

Nexomon Review – The Pokemon Game on a Budget

We’re not going to beat around the bush so let’s just address the elephant in the room right away… Nexomon is a Pokemon clone through and through. Sadly, there’s no way around this but thankfully there’s no need to do…

Kitaria Fables Review – It was Almost Good!

Kitaria Fables is a game that in my head actually sounded really good the first time I heard about it… well, almost! Developed by Twin Hearts, a team consisting of three people from Yogyakarta, Indonesia and published by PQube, the…

Tales of Arise Review – A Fresh Take of the Classic Tales Formula

“The release of a new Tales of game, in my mind, has always been nothing more than a forgone conclusion.” Is what I literally said in my opening sentence for my Tales of Arise Demo article. And from that demo,…

Aliens Fireteam Elite Review

Aliens: Fireteam Elite, a game that, for better or worse takes the initial slog of a zombie survival game and tries to incorporate the four-decade-old history of the Aliens franchise into a one almost exact replica of World War Z…

Tales of Arise Demo First Look

The release of a new “Tales of” game, in my mind, has always been nothing more than a foregone conclusion. It’s like how sports gamers expect another NBA game every year or how I would wait for another Just Dance…

Dragon Star Varnir Review

When it comes to an Idea Factory and Compile Heart-made game, I’d say I’m a huge sucker for just about anything they’d pull out of their arses at this point. Because ever since I was first recommended to try out…

Samurai Warriors 5 Review

While I’m not particularly new to the musou genre, the Samurai Warriors series is still relatively new and fresh to me and it could easily test my will and sanity. Fighting against hundreds and thousands of enemies in quick succession,…

Watch Dogs Legion Bloodline DLC Review

Unlike previous titles in the series, Watch Dogs: Legion is one that never had a central protagonist, to begin with. Here, you’re kind of thrown into a game that skips the entire world-building process that was centred with maybe a…

RUST Console Edition Review – It’s TRUST without the T

RUST is a game that in most cases would’ve tickled my bones for excitement. The former PC exclusive survival crafting game that has finally reached the hands of console players around the world brought upon a new meaning to the…