Month: July 2020

Hellpoint (PS4) Review – We’ll Tear Your Dark Soul Apart

Hellpoint (PS4) Review – We’ll Tear Your Dark Soul Apart

July 31, 2020 Greg Hicks
What could have filled the absence of a Dead Space/DOOM adventure under the Dark Souls template is riddled with technical issues. But are there any saving graces? The Finger Guns review:

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Mittleborg: City of Mages (Switch) Review – The Calm Before The Snore

Mittleborg: City of Mages (Switch) Review – The Calm Before The Snore

A resource management game that lacks depth and intuitive controls, Mittleborg: City of Mages is a tedious affair on the Switch. The Finger Guns Review.

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Fight Crab (PC) Review – We Don’t Talk About Fight Crab

Fight Crab (PC) Review – We Don’t Talk About Fight Crab

With physics-based claw control, Fight Crab is an arena brawler pitting you against the crustiest fighters in all the sea. But can its novelty save it from the abyss? The Finger Guns Review:

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Alpha Invasion (PS4) Review – Invasion Of The Utterly Broken Game

Alpha Invasion (PS4) Review – Invasion Of The Utterly Broken Game

Body swapping aliens attack in Alpha Invasion, a horrendously broken, poorly designed nightmare of a game. The Finger Guns Review.

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Ageless (PC) Review – Tale As Old As Time

Ageless (PC) Review – Tale As Old As Time

With its large pixel graphics and platforming, Ageless is clearly homaging Celeste, right down to the lead character suffering with depression. But is it as immortal as that indie classic, or tragically destined to die an early death? The Finger Guns Review:

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Maid of Sker (PS4) Review – All Kinds Of Sker-y …

Maid of Sker (PS4) Review – All Kinds Of Sker-y …

A gorgeous looking horror title from veterans Wales Interactive, channeling a story from their native namesake. Does it provide enough scares in its claustrophobic setting, or does it delve into cliche? The Finger Guns review:

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Get Back In Your Cel – 9 Games Breathing New Life Into Cel-Shading

Get Back In Your Cel – 9 Games Breathing New Life Into Cel-Shading

The second title for this was, Why Cel-Shading And Hoverboots Go Together Like Chocolate Chips And Mint Ice Cream. I don’t know, but they do. A list of new cel-shaded games on the horizon and strangely how many of them are directly influenced by Jet Set Radio and Breath of the Wild.

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Superliminal (PS4) Review – What Dreams May Come

Superliminal (PS4) Review – What Dreams May Come

An absolutely mind-blowing new puzzler from the brains behind Antichamber, Superliminal is a treat. But is its run time and linearity enough to justify the price of admission? The Finger Guns review…

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Othercide (PS4) Review – Lock Up Your Daughters

Othercide (PS4) Review – Lock Up Your Daughters

With its creepy cool design, Othercide certainly demands a second glance, but is it all flashy Sin City style over substance, or is there a game to kill for under there? The Finger Guns Review:

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Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town (Switch) Review – Stardew Badly

Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town (Switch) Review – Stardew Badly

Harvest Moon returns – kind of- in a remake of a 17 year old Game Boy Advance game. Story of Seasons Friends of Mineral Town, the Finger Guns Review;

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