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Review: Night in the Woods

I’ve been talking about Night in the Woods for a while now, starting with my coverage of the supplemental games back in January, and I’ve been dying to talk about it even more. Since its release on February 21,...
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Review: Yooka-Laylee

This game was provided by the publisher free of charge.   Those of you who have listened to the most recent episode of the Indie Haven Podcast will know the depths of open world fatigue I am currentl...

Layers of Fear Review

Layers of Fear is described by developers Bloober Team as a “psychological and psychedelic adventure horror game”; and I don’t think I could put it any better myself. The player follows the footsteps of a namel...

The Slaughter: Act One Review

Well… Here’s a game I wouldn’t shake a screwdriver at. The cocktail that is. When it comes to point and click adventures, darkness works. With a genre that features such simple gameplay, a strong narrati...

Mini Metro Review

It may condemn me to be on the receiving end of a few funny looks to say that I find the following picture to be one of my favourite pieces of 20th-century artwork. As a student living in London, a poste...