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Lumberhill Review

Almost a year ago, I reviewed Lumberhill over here at Invision Game Community. Now the game has finally made its way to Nintendo Switch. So does it still hold up as well as its PC counterpart? Well before you can…

Shadowrun Trilogy Review

Arriving on consoles long after the final game was released on PC in 2015, Harebrained Schemes’ Shadowrun Trilogy remains the perfect RPG for gamers with no time for RPGs (ported by Codeglue and published by Paradox Interactive). They’re compact and…

Vampire: The Masquerade Swansong Review

Swansong is a spin-off from the Vampire Masquerade series of games. It is a narrative-heavy experience in the same universe as Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines, but it does not require any knowledge of the original game or its world…

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Dominion Biosyn Expansion PC Review

I feel like I saw this DLC coming. When I finished reviewing the last pack, I said how it would be awesome if we got a pack based on Dominion and here it is. Though I honestly didn’t think it…

Wildcat Gun Machine Review

There’s definitely something to be said about Daedalic Entertainment’s newest title and while it is a valid argument, no it’s not about the odd choice for a video game title. Wildcat Gun Machine’s main talking point is that nothing has…

Sniper Elite 5 Review

The Sniper Elite series has come a long way since its first game back in 2005. With each release, we’ve seen each game become a lot more ambitious, in terms of its scale and the moment-to-moment gameplay. Sniper Elite 5…

Outward: Definitive Edition Review

The Outward: Definitive Edition is certainly “definitive” in terms of content but short of patches for several technical issues, it’s far from the definitive experience it should be on current-gen consoles. Developed by Nine Dots Studio and published by Prime…

Industria Review

Industria (Bleakmill/Headup) arrives 8-months after its PC release, with several post-launch patches to work out some but not all technical issues. It remains a compelling, cinematic hybrid of walking-sim and first-person shooter but, without any new content, it still comes…