Benjamin GuY
Benjamin GuY
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An enthusiastic performer and musician, after finishing his degree in Drama, Benjamin went on to complete a PGCE and is a qualified primary school teacher, currently working for a variety of agencies on supply. He has been a gamer all his life, first taking up the hobby when his doctor prescribed him a Game Boy to help him control his ADHD. Ever since, he’s preferred his entertainment interactive; enjoying thought-provoking narratives and emergent gameplay. Benjamin has been writing for Invision Community since his degree days, and whilst he prefers PC gaming he also enjoys experiences on his PS4 and New 3DSXL. His top three games of 2015 were Pillars of Eternity, Fallout 4, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. You can contact me at Benjamain@invisioncommunity.co.uk

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered Review

This is going to be one tricky review to write, so I’m going to keep it short and sweet. Ni No Kuni is a JRPG masterpiece; a fact well documented by reviewers of the original PS3 release. Created as a…

Torchlight 2 Nintendo Switch Review

Dungeon crawlers are a strange genre, in that you can pretty much guarantee that most people will say the same thing when asked about them; Diablo. Since inception, Blizzard’s darling was the template for the whole looter-smasher “thing”; or at…

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist Review

Ever since I was very young, I have been an enthusiast of various CCGs. Like many of my age, my childhood revolved around various series’ imported from Japan; Pokemon, Digimon, Yugioh, Dragonball to name but a few. However, whilst my…

Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don’t Dry Review

As you may know, I grew up on adventure games. In many of my reviews I’ve espoused the glorious values of the Monkey Island series, but if I’m completely honest that wasn’t my first foray into the genre. No, the…

Moero Chronicle Hyper Review

Anyone who has read my reviews over the last few years will have noted that I’m often willing to give games with a bad rep the benefit of the doubt; attempting to find gold within somewhat questionable titles. However, never…

Final Fantasy XII Nintendo Switch Review

Twenty-two years ago, Squaresoft released the first in what would come to be their most long-running and iconic franchise; Final Fantasy. With each main-series entry set in a different paradigm, only connected by a few iconic elements, the series quickly…

DYNASTY WARRIORS 8: Xtreme Legends Definitive Edition Review

For years, I’ve heard mixed reviews of the Dynasty Warriors games. In many ways, they have a bad rep. Yes, popular creators such as Jim Sterling and Jesse Cox have gone to bat for the series in the past, but…

Warframe Nintendo Switch Review

Some games are born successful. These few begin on a high following months of hype, have a couple of years of popularity and sequels, and eventually fade into obscurity, with many realising that they just weren’t actually all that in…

Valiant Hearts: The Great War Nintendo Switch Review

Just over one hundred year ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, a treaty was signed which ended the Great War. Whilst it wasn’t quite the war to end all wars which they thought…

Total War: WARHAMMER II – Curse of the Vampire Coast Review

I love pirates. I grew up on Monkey Island as I have previously mentioned time and again, and that’s followed me through life. It’s gotten so bad that I’ve got a reputation within my friendship group. Every RP character I…

The Spectrum Retreat Review

Many years ago, there was Portal. The first of its kind, Portal was a 3D first-person physics puzzler set in a world where you, as the main character, had to escape from a variety of devious machinations in an underground…

Moonlighter – Nintendo Switch Review

If you’ve read me before you may be aware that I sometimes struggle with rogue-like elements. Whilst I’ve enjoyed a host of games in the style, I also have been distinctly frustrated with many of them, especially those with little…

Claws of Furry Review

Claws of Furry is a side scrolling beat em up in the same style as something like Streets of Rage or Castle Crashers, although with many interesting additions. Released and published by Terahard Ltd this little-known title recently appeared on…

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse Review (Nintendo Switch)

Broken Sword, as a series, has always stayed a little outside my radar. Growing up with Monkey Island and Simon the Sorcerer I was always tugged to the more outlandish adventure games out there, though as I grew I found…

GOD WARS The Complete Legend Review

Inspired by Japanese legend and folk lore, God Wars: The Complete Legend is a tactical RPG developed by the folks over at Kadokawa Games which hopes to expand and improve on the original release of this game, previously known as…