Author: Greg Hicks

All round nerd. Has a bad habit of buying remastered games. Find me on Twitter/Instagram on @GregatonBomb. Sometimes I'm funny.
Dog Duty (PS4) Review – The Dog’s Fodder

Dog Duty (PS4) Review – The Dog’s Fodder

A somewhat familiar take on the old point, click and shoot of the old days, Dog Duty is refreshing in a time of modern shooters. But how far can the basic “retro” novelty last? The Finger Guns review:

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The Suicide Of Rachel Foster (PS4) Review – The Overlooked Hotel

The Suicide Of Rachel Foster (PS4) Review – The Overlooked Hotel

A dark tale wrapped in some well-crafted visuals, The Suicide of Rachel Foster may be uncomfortable for some. But that doesn’t mean it should be ignored. The Finger Guns review.

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Police Stories (PS4) Review – Hotline Sting

Police Stories (PS4) Review – Hotline Sting

Whilst it may look like a certain top-down, hyper-violent pair of games, Police Stories actually lends itself to a much older, tactical series of games. An exercise in frustration and patience, does the reward outweigh the perseverance? The Finger Guns review.

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Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning (PS4) Review – A World Crafted By Fables

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning (PS4) Review – A World Crafted By Fables

The remaster I don’t think anyone was asking for, Kingdoms of Amalur comes out of nowhere to remind us all how fun it was the first time around. But how well does it hold up nearly a decade later? The Finger Guns review.

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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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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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Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time (Xbox) Review – Aku May Cry

Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time (Xbox) Review – Aku May Cry

A faithfully written companion piece to the highly esteemed cartoon, is Jack’s latest adventure a great place to start or is it too obscure for newcomers? The Finger Guns review:

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Collapsed (Switch) Review – The Imitable Dead

Collapsed (Switch) Review – The Imitable Dead

A roguelike dungeon crawler, Collapsed doesn’t do anything to break the mold but merely fit in it. But look past its dated graphics, and you may find something deeper to enjoy. The Finger Guns review:

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Mortal Shell (PS4) Review – Host In The Shell

Mortal Shell (PS4) Review – Host In The Shell

Yet another action RPG in the format that FromSoftware have carved out. Yet far from imitation, Mortal Shell brings its own unique spin on proceedings… thankfully. The Finger Guns review:

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Double Kick Heroes (Switch) Review – Drum ‘n’ Gun

Double Kick Heroes (Switch) Review – Drum ‘n’ Gun

Pixelated graphics, all kinds of heavy metal on the soundtrack, a bevvy of guest artists… what’s not to love? Well, besides the insane difficulty behind Double Kick Heroes. The Finger Guns review:

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