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Sniper Elite 4 Nintendo Switch Review

It’s fair to say that game sequels have, not a bad rep per say, but a dark cloud of scepticism hovering over them.  Tasked with the job of stabilising the franchise, developing the story or refreshing the tired mechanics, it’s…

Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm Review

When I first played Oceanhorn back in 2013 on my PlayStation Vita I got major Legends of Zelda vibes and was happy with what I played. Now, seven years on, I got the chance to play Oceanhorn 2: Knights of…

Crown Trick Review

The term “rogue-like” has been thrown around a lot in recent years. Ever since the release of The Binding of Isaac many games have been described as a “rogue-like,” meaning they contain a combination of permadeath and procedurally generated dungeons.…

Pikmin 3 Deluxe Review – A Wild Adventure

I always wonder what goes through Shigeru Miyamoto’s mind when he comes up with his game ideas, the same can be said for Pikmin. Was Shigeru Miyamoto a keen gardener, and wondered what it would be like to be very…

Torchlight 3 Review – From Free to Not Really…

There’s a lot of things that can happen in a game’s life cycle. We’ve seen first-hand how subscription-based MMOs struggle to keep itself relevant and eventually switch to the more accessible free-to-play models. I was even recently reminded on one…

Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Nintendo Switch Review

Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee was one of the earlier titles in the history of the very first PlayStation console. It was a fun but challenging 2D platform game and introduced us to a dopey little Mudokon by the name of Abe.…