Inertial Drift

Never let it be said that there’s an absence of racing games that don’t take themselves seriously, I’ve now covered four very different driving games over the past few weeks and this one is probably the most unique of the lot. You see, whilst it looks like the bastard child of PS2 games Auto Modellista […]

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Surviving Titan

Prior to lockdown, my other half and I spent quite a lot of time playing Minecraft in split-screen mode via our PlayStation 4, she’d got off, look for resources, get killed, get frustrated, but ultimately fill up chests dotted around in different locations around the small castle (or fort, whatever) we’d managed to build, whilst […]

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Duck Souls+

Things aren’t quite what you expect them to be with Duck Souls+ If you’re judging by its title, you probably expect roguelike mechanics, clumsy control mechanics, a lot of atmosphere and punishing enemies at every turn. If you take a look at screenshots then maybe you’re thinking a cute little one screen puzzle platformer. That […]

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Miracle Mia

It’s been a while since I actually reviewed a game, the last one being back in September for Sayonara Wild Hearts, so a couple of weeks ago when Shademare reached out to me on Twitter and asked if I would be interested in taking a look at their title Miracle Mia, I perused a few […]

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RICO

Buddy Cop movies are great right? All that comedy and action thrown into one roller coaster of a movie! Who doesn’t love Lethal Weapon (well, apart from 3 and 4), 21 Jump Street, Rush Hour and The Other Guys? And now you can play a part in that too thanks to RICO. Because here is […]

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Drowning

Drowning is a game that is about a school boy (its never expressed that the narrator is a boy, but the games creator has stated in its synopsis), moving from Year 7 to Year 8 and ultimately Year 12 (so the game starts with the narrator being 11 years old) who is suffering from depression […]

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