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    Sackboy: A Big Adventure gets a narrative trailer

    Sony has released a new narrative trailer for the upcoming PlayStation 5 game Sackboy: A Big Adventure. Various colourful levels from the platform game are...

    New Ghost of Tsushima “A Storm is Coming” Trailer gets you...

    Last month with The Last of Us Part II, we got the biggest PlayStation 4 game of the year contender. But that is certainly...

    Castlevania Requiem review – A Basic Port of Two Classics

    Between tone-deafness when it came choice of voice tracks and the poor execution of image enhancement options, it seems like Castlevania Requiem is only too eager to take the path of least resistance and be really cheap to make up for it.

    Marvel’s Spider-Man review

    Marvel's Spider-Man is the next big exclusive game on PlayStation 4. In this instalment, Spider-Man is more skilled and powerful than ever before. I...

    ONRUSH review – On-Point Arcade Driving

    Onrush is a fun and destructive ride that's easily accessible, but it's not a racing game by any means. Oh, and it comes with free content updates.

    Monster Slayers review – Solid House of Cards

    Whilst Monster Slayers doesn’t compete with genre greats such as Elder Scrolls Legends, Gwent or Hearthstone, Monster Slayers does contain the making of a great card game

    Vampyr review – Bleedin’ ‘Ellfire!

    Vampyrs' crown jewel is its well placed and structured narrative. An immersive period London, followed by a unique take on a morally aligned Vampire is worth credit.

    Shio review – You Shio-uldn’t Have!

    Shio is a mysterious platformer that sometimes tries to reach beyond it's grasp in terms of narrative. This can be forgiven due to the games persistent walking of the fine line between deep narrative and sharp platforming.

    Space Hulk: Deathwing Enhanced Edition review – Hulk Smash!

    Space Hulk – Death Wing Enhanced Edition is mostly a solid Warhammer 40k experience, players just need to ignore some of the in-game sound FX. Even if players aren’t familiar to the 40K universe, Space Hulk is accessible for all FPS enthusiasts.

    Omensight review – An Eye For Narrative

    Omensight is a solid and very enjoyable ARPG, it does exactly what it says on the tin and delivers a little bit more.