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Rocking the original BUILD engine to full effect, this love letter to the classics is more of what you always wanted but couldn't quite get growing up. It brings back all those memories and actually reinvents this style of game, better than it ever really was. The switch is a great platform for this to shine with its motion controls and docked or hand-held play schemes, and even portably, it stands up as a solid game for you to play on your travels too.
Profane is not my typical pick of a game, but it has to be said that there is a lot of fun to be had by changing it up. As a strategic bullet-hell twin-stick-shooter, this game looks great and offers a lot of bang for your buck. 10 bosses, 40 power-ups, and some tactical gameplay make this a solid title for those who adore this unforgiving genre.
An amazing experience that has to be seen to be believed. The Room VR: A Dark Matter takes Fireproof Games' established escape room genre to the next level and elevates it to incredible heights of an outstanding adventure thanks to the power of VR. I completely recommend this to any VR buffs out there, there is no reason not to enjoy this game.
Every inch of Paper Beast is engineered to perfection. From the sprawling mouldable environments to the diverse and unique ecosystem, everything is interactive and engaging. I had an absolute blast with this title, and I think the majority of PSVR players need to play this at least once in their lifetime.
This is a superb game to have in your Switch collection, whether you're sat at home or travelling, you will get a kick out of this triple threat guaranteed. As ports go this one never skips a beat, and Rebellion again brings fresh life to an ageing game.
Moons of Madness promises a lot but only delivers a rather intriguingly beautiful yet trudging cosmic horror title which is ultimately a disappointingly forgettable experience. With just 8 or so hours of gameplay, it somehow feels incredibly short yet overly drawn out due to woefully slow pacing.
I found this game difficult to enjoy. It just doesn't do enough to keep you entertained and, at points, I struggled to even want to try to finish it. The repetitive nature of the game may appeal to some and while this type of game may have been "milestone" back in the '80s, nowadays we always hope for more bang for our buck. I would wait until it's on sale before purchasing as I just can't justify the £35 price tag.
A decent little game for a reasonable price, but it's kept so simple it can be often confusing and unsatisfying to play. The humour and tongue-in-cheek ideology is fun to participate in. The basic premise, minimal weaponry, and simple but brain-bending puzzles build towards a superb game that never quite manages to lift itself from mediocrity.