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10 Perfect

The Messenger PS4 Review

When The Messenger came to the Nintendo Switch in 2018, we gave it a whopping 9.3/10. Why?  Well because it’s fantastic. This review won’t mince words, it’ll do the exact opposite of...[Read More]

8.6 Great

My Time at Portia Review

Chinese developer Pathea Games has collaborated with Team17 to bring the world My Time at Portia, a Studio Ghibli-inspired crafting/farming simulator! The game takes inspiration from several different...[Read More]

7.2 Good

Power Rangers: Battle For The Grid Review

Reviewed on Nintendo Switch. Power Rangers holds a place near and dear to my heart. Growing up with the original Mighty Morphin power rangers series, I would beg for all of the merch and watch the sho...[Read More]

Way of the Passive Fist Switch review 9.8 Amazing

Way of the Passive Fist Switch review

It was one of the greatest indie titles of 2018, and now it’s back on handheld mode. Don’t try to evade our Way of the Passive Fist Switch review! Once again, I’m talking about this ...[Read More]

8.2 Great

V.O.I.D. Review

V.O.I.D brings us the next evolution of the human race; Ploids, which mixes modern tech with human DNA to develop the next gen being to protect us from Alien attacks. Alpha and Omega travel through ti...[Read More]

9.2 Amazing

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review

So here we are. I have sunk a lot of hours into the latest FromSoftware title and this review won’t hold back. It’s a masterpiece. Activision and FromSoftware have created a wonderful titl...[Read More]

Skyworld 8.2 Great

Skyworld PS VR Review

I’ve always been a pretty huge advocate of Virtual Reality, especially PS VR. I think PlayStation has brought a great product to the mass market. The product was always going to live or die base...[Read More]

8 Great

The Red Strings Club Review

Release Date: 14th March 2019 Size: 259.00MB (on Switch) Genre: Narrative Adventure Developed by Deconstructeam Published by Devolver Digital Price: £13.49 Reviewed on Switch; Also available on PC. ST...[Read More]

7.2 Good

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Review

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a side game in the No More Heroes series that takes a vastly different approach than ever before. Making its debut on Switch, we’ll see if this indie and retro ...[Read More]

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