Daniel Durnall
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A teacher of computer Science, Daniel enjoys spending time gaming to relax when not in the classroom. Gaming over many generations, and enjoys classic style games more than recent AAA titles. You can contact me at Daniel@invisioncommunity.co.uk

Lego Worlds Review

There will come a point in the near future where there is a Lego game of every popular movie or TV show, that will allow you to run around and collect lots of items and play as all manner of…

Touhou Genso Wanderer Review

Rouge like games are a series that seems to of fallen out of favour, it’s a series of games that are not massively favoured by current gamers for their simple premise and usually simple graphics. This is because at their…

Danganronpa 1&2 Reload Review

Danganronpa was a fantastic game series on the Vita, a console that by all other means should have been a success, that is more of a niche console with some VERY Good rpg’s hiding waiting to be found, and some…

Kitty Power: Matchmaking Review – I wish I could remove it from my system

Kitty Powers is…I want to say this is a game, I want to say it is enjoyable and I really REALLY want to say it’s a game that is enjoyable to play. I want too, I can’t but good lord…

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review

Ghost recon has always been a game about stealth, slowly working your way through a mission trying to take out all enemies, stealth and tactics being a main story of the series since its release. Wildlands tries to take that…

Disgaea 2 (PC) Review

Tactical turn based RPG’s are little bit of a unicorn these days, not too long ago it seemed everyone was making them on the SNES and PS1 era. Final Fantasy tactics is remembered fondly as one of the best in…

Tales of Berseria Review

The Tales series of games have been around for a long time, a series known for their not so typical JRPG gameplay, but some very great story driven games being released since the PS1.  A series with a fantastic action…

7TH DRAGON III CODE: VFD Review

7TH DRAGON III CODE: VFD is a hell of a title, one which will not be named throughout this review, and I will just call it 7th Dragon…not to be confused with the DS version of course. 7th Dragon is…

Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls Review

Hyperdimension games have gone from a no name brand, to quite a large following of late, mostly due to its very anime style RPG antics, but also a style that a lot of gamers seem to enjoy, plus lots of…

Yomawari: Night Alone Review

This is the first time I’ve played a game and been hooked right from the start, now it’s been a while since I’ve played a 2D adventure game, mostly because a good majority of the ones created these days are…