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Encodya – Review

Protocol 3 Encodya continues to follow the story of Robot Will Protect You protagonists Tina, a 9 year old orphan and SAM-53, the nanny-bot assigned as her protector since birth. At the game’s opening the pair are homeless, living rough in a makeshift shelter on a city rooftop, siphoning power off a nearby neon advertising […]

Astro’s Playroom – Review

Booting up the PlayStation 5 for the first time, I knew the first game I’d be playing, would be Astro’s Playroom. Now, it was convenient that it’s free and already pre-loaded onto the PS5, but even still it was first on my list. What I was surprised about, was how much I loved playing this […]

Hiveswap: Act 2 – Review

Graphics The graphics of Hiveswap Act 2 are much the same as its predecessor. There’s updated sprites and a few additional animations, along with the ability to switch from Joey to Xefros as your playable character at will. Whichever character you don’t choose will then follow you around the screen as a companion. The backgrounds […]

Spider-Man: Miles Morales (PS4) – Review

Spider-Man continues to be one of the most popular superheroes in pop culture, with a string of new comics, movies or games available each year. Most of these recent entries for Spider-Man, have been highly rated and beloved by both fans and critics alike. 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man for PS4, was one such success. With Insomniac […]
Watch Dogs Legion Review
8.2

Watch Dogs: Legion – Review

Being the third entry in the Watch Dogs series, many things will feel familiar to any players of open-world games. What is new to the series however, is the ability to recruit any non-playable character (NPC), at any time and make them key player in your journey through the story. The Setup Watch Dogs: Legion’s […]

Windbound – Review

Windbound is the newest game from developer 5 Lives Studios. This open world survival title sees the player take control of Kala as she tries to find her seafaring tribe again after becoming shipwrecked and washing ashore on a small island among procedurally generated archipelago. To make it back to her people, she’ll have to […]

Catherine: Full Body – Review

Catherine is a game that I’ve been tangentially aware of since the original release back in 2011/2012. However, despite being a fan of Atlus based on their other work, I wasn’t really aware of the content of the game. I never owned a platform on which I could play it, so I never felt a […]

Ghost Of Tsushima – Review

Ghost of Tsushima is the hotly anticipated title from Sony owned Sucker Punch Productions. This action adventure blends storytelling with exploration and dynamic combat, while it’s open-world . Set in the late 13th century, you are Jin Sakai, a Samurai defending the island of Tsushima from the brutal Mongol invasion. The game starts of a […]

Beyond Blue – Review

Inspired by the BBC show Blue Planet, Beyond Blue sees you explore the oceans in a semi open-world environment. The story starts with a woman called Mirai, who is a deep sea diver involved in a project called OceanX. You are tasked to scan the depths of the ocean, log the wildlife that inhabit it, […]
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