Thomas Lashbrook
Thomas Lashbrook
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Studying BSc Psychology at University of South Wales. Primarily a musician with a love of all things audio technology and audio production gaming is my escape into hopefully beautiful worlds full of wonderful experiences and phenomenal soundtracks. I review with an unbiased ‘try anything once’ mentality and love to find wonderful little indie games or audio technology and will pull any game apart with no discrimination. In general my preferred games are story-driven open world adventures of any kind though I will play anything if I find fun in it. You can contact me at thomas@invisioncommunity.co.uk

The Lego Movie 2 Videogame Review

A LEGO brick house divided. Now I really liked The LEGO Movie 2, it was a good move into another movie and the focus on growing up in a fun charming world full of imagination and crossovers. So when the…

Darksiders: Warmastered Edition Review

Most people roll their eyes at remasters, considering it’s a cash-in on an old game. I mean Darksiders is old, so old THQ published it first. But with the release of Darksiders II: Definitive Edition a few years back several…

First Look – Streets of Red – Devil’s Dare Deluxe

Beaten Bloody Raw Remember arcades? There were a lot of fighting and beat-em-up games in them. Now there is a good reason for that: Fighting games are relatively easy to make, are short enough to warrant the payment and have…

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II Review

Armada and Dangerous. There are going to be two people who remember Battlefleet Gothic, each not unique from each other. The first group will remember the tabletop franchise which ran for about 14 years; the second will remember the first…

Anthem VIP Beta Impressions

Brace your Javelin’s kids. This isn’t going to be pretty. I have to start this impression with a small amount of anger. I was excited for Anthem. Not because of the very obvious voiced-over E3 demo which was fooling literally…

Finishing Thoughts: Shadow of the Tomb Raider

‘Oh Tom,’ you must be thinking to yourself like you did when you got yourself a Mobilebet voucher code 2019. ‘Tomb Raider is still bringing out more content and you’re already talking about finishing it 100%. Are you too good…

SolarGun Review

Knock off-ature Science Let’s be honest with ourselves that nothing will ever really do Portal like portal did. Things get close, but the polish that Valve can put in makes the mark a little too far for other companies. People…

Play With Me Review

Somewhat playable. Horror games personally aren’t any good any more. We have either action horrors or jump scare horrors. They are not scary. After passing through October I did my annual re-reading of H.P. Lovecraft and apart from the not…

The Path of Motus Review

Bullying: A nice safe topic to discuss online. It is a probable likelihood that the person reading this article has been bullied. It is probably something we all share together. I’ll admit I was bullied for anything different: My height,…

Mind over Mushroom Review

Mind over Mushroom is an RTS game. It has a simple premise, a simple style, and simple gameplay. It is an indie game which has not tried to build itself above its means. And it works so well because of…