Month: August 2020

Witcheye (Switch) Review – Eye Will Hunt You Down

Witcheye (Switch) Review – Eye Will Hunt You Down

The Switch port of the popular ocular mobile game finally hits stores. Is Witcheye an eye-opener, or a bit short-sighted in its console ambitions? The Finger Guns review:

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Kandagawa Jet Girls Review – A Rather Slippery Slope

Kandagawa Jet Girls Review – A Rather Slippery Slope

Kandagawa Jet Girls is fan service 101, but there’s not an awful lot else here. The Finger Guns Review;

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Wasteland 3 (PS4) Review – Wild, Wild Wasteland

Wasteland 3 (PS4) Review – Wild, Wild Wasteland

A change of scenery for the long-standing Wasteland series, which opens up into a massive, richly detailed tactical RPG. The question is, will you go it alone or get some help along the way? The Finger Guns review:

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Manifold Garden (Xbox One) Review – Making The Impossible Possible

Manifold Garden (Xbox One) Review – Making The Impossible Possible

Bringing M.C. Escher’s concepts to life, Manifold Garden is one of the best first person puzzle games in years. The Finger Guns Review.

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Windbound (PS4) Review – Boaty McBoatface

Windbound (PS4) Review – Boaty McBoatface

Windbound looks like Zelda, but plays as a rogue-lite survival crafting game. Do not judge this game by its cutesy graphics. The Finger Guns Review:

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Drake Hollow (Xbox One) Review – Earmuffs On!

Drake Hollow (Xbox One) Review – Earmuffs On!

Drake Hollow is nestled strangely at the middle of a venn diagram comprised of Fortnite, Sims and Don’t Starve. It’s a game full of crafting and resource management, where you take care of plant people and defend their home from enemy waves. But it is a weed, or a full-blown sunflower? The Finger Guns review:

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10 Brand New Indies – Indie Arena Booths

10 Brand New Indies – Indie Arena Booths

Check out these ten indies we’ve found browsing the virtual show floor at Indie Arena Booths Online, Gamescom.

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Through The Darkest Of Times (PS4) Review – I Did Nazi See That

Through The Darkest Of Times (PS4) Review – I Did Nazi See That

The Darkest of Times provides a different perspective to World War 2 presented in a stylised strategy game. the Finger Guns review

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Inmost (PC) Review – Pixels Shouldn’t Be This Scary

Inmost (PC) Review – Pixels Shouldn’t Be This Scary

A wonderfully detailed metroidvania horror, Inmost combines cinematic sensibilities with pixel art direction, in a horror that shouldn’t really work. I mean, pixelart can’t be scary, can it? The Finger Guns Review:

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