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The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III Switch Review

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Arc has been going since 2015 whereas, the series as a whole has been going since 1989, if you follow it right back to the beginning. The PlayStation 4 version of the…

Carrion Review

Carrion from Phobia Games Studio and Devolver Digital is described as a “reverse horror game”. What exactly makes it a “reverse horror game” you may ask? Well in Carrion, players will take on the role of an amorphous abomination. An…

Azur Lane: Crosswave Review

Azur Lane: Crosswave from Idea Factory International, Compile Heart and Felistella brings the iconic mobile game franchise over to PC and PS4. Cute anime character personified battleships are the game’s main selling point but is this enough to satiate fans…

Fairy Tail Review

“Among the greatest mysteries of the world, a fairy’s tail is the elusive number eight.” An anime’s video game adaptation is easily one of the hardest things to get right. Whether you’re masterfully creating something new and unique for the…

Neon Abyss Review – “Pew Pew Pew” in Style

The Good, the Bad and the Bugly… If there’s a phrase that could best describe Neon Abyss in the briefest of terms, “pew pew pew” would’ve been in the top of my list. And to give my own personal definition…

Beyond a Steel Sky Review

It has been just over a quarter of a century since the release of Beneath a Steel Sky and for fans of this amazing point and click adventure a sequel has finally been released. Twenty-six years is a long time…

Paper Mario: The Origami King Review

The first Paper Mario game was released on the Nintendo 64 internationally in 2001, then was re-released for the Nintendo Wii’s virtual console in 2007 as well as the Wii U in 2015. The first Paper Mario was very successful…

Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia Review

I’ve always had a soft spot for tactical RPGs and grand strategy game. The problem is that I’m absolutely shocking at playing them, but the idea of controlling a nation as it conquers a world is unendingly appealing. Whilst I…