Carrion is a reverse horror game, yes you read that correctly, a reverse horror game. You are not the hunted you are the hunter within this game. As an amorphous creature, you must wreak havoc on the people that have kept and experimented on you. Establish a foothold in the facility, spread your biomass as … Continue reading “Carrion review”
Oirbo is a 2-D platformer that takes the titular character to a metroidvania-inspired monolithic spacecraft. Which you must explore to discover its secrets and history. I’ve followed the development of this game for sometime via Imagination Overflow’s Instagram and it’s really nice to finally have some gameplay to further increase the anticipation for this game. … Continue reading “Oirbo Preview”
After becoming the champion of Galar what is left to do? Why not take a (Short) trip to the beautiful Isle of Armor? Where you can meet a new partner, catch some new (Returning) Pokémon and take in the sights! Without holding anything back, the wild zone that they have implemented within the Isle of … Continue reading “The Isle of Armor Review (Pokemon Sword)”
Minecraft Dungeons is an Action-adventure game that is inspired by older Dungeon Crawlers and set in the Minecraft world. With the limitless possibilities of the Minecraft world, I was eager to find out what they could do with Minecraft Dungeons. The evil Arch-Illager has been rejected by his people, wandering alone he is rejected by … Continue reading “Minecraft Dungeons Review”
Wolfenstein has been one of those games that I started playing “back in the day” but just struggled to get past the first couple of missions for whatever reason. I’m a bit of a history buff, so anything in the past gets me interested, and the direction MachineGames and previously Raven Studio’s ‘re-imagining’ of the series … Continue reading “Backlog Lockdown: Wolfenstein New Order Review”
Next on my long list of backlog to complete is Sabotage’s The Messenger, I found this game at EGX last year when Dale introduced me and has been sat on my PC since. Arguably this has become one of my favourite platformers of all time and it’s a game that will instantly grab your attention. … Continue reading “Backlog Lockdown: The Messenger Review”
With a couple of weeks off work, I now have a bit of extra time to attack what has become somewhat of an extensive backlog. Between the awesome offerings on Xbox Game Pass, cheap steam deals and a couple of free games on Epic Games, I’ve been really spoilt for choice recently. So I’m going … Continue reading “Backlog Lockdown: Bioshock Review”
Megaquarium is a charming little Aquarium management game developed and published by both Twice Circled and Auroch Digital. As someone who never plays management games with any success, this game does something special in that it is simple enough that a beginner will be able to play it, but still possesses enough complications that a veteran would still find enjoyment. Something that is hard to find in many games.
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