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Ark Park Review

I’m the first person to defend a short VR game, and criticise the use of the term “tech demo” as a pejorative one. Occasionally though, it can be pretty accurate, like with a collection of games like PlayStation VR Worlds and,…

The Coma: Recut Review

The Nintendo Switch has brought two excellent things to the masses, Nintendo’s excellent home console games on the move, and ports, so many ports. A lot of the best ports are indie games, that you may have flicked past on another console,…

Reverie Review

It has been a while since I’ve booted up my Vita, and out of nowhere I get the opportunity to play two indie Vita exclusives. You read that correctly, I’ve played them both, and even I’m not sure I wrote that right. But here we are, with…

Sir Eatsalot Review

I know what you’re thinking, The PlayStation Vita, that’s an old dead console, why would you still be holding on to yours.  Fortunately, there are some wonderful indie developers still making exclusive games for it, and one of those is…

Extinction Review

When I saw some footage of Extinction I was intrigued. The small people taking out massive trolls, it looked gorgeous and fun, and a piece of me hoped it would go the way of Shadow of the Colossus. Instead I found myself trudging through…

Get Out Review

These days I rarely find too much surprising in thrillers.  Sure, I can turn my brain off and enjoy the ride, but it’s hard to find something genuinely surprising, and more so, an interesting movie on the second watch. Get Out deserves…

Assassin’s Creed: Origins #1

Caution: light spoilers for the game Assassins Creed: Origins ahead. If you are anything like me, then when you completed Assassins Creed Origins, your biggest issue was you didn’t spend enough time with Aya.  Throughout the game you got to…