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.
Skully (Switch) Review – Just Gotta Rock & Roll With It…

Skully (Switch) Review – Just Gotta Rock & Roll With It…

A hybrid of platformer and Marble Madness, Skully is a cute and wonderful little adventure. However, some nasty difficulty spikes and unforgiving controls may put off the younger audience. The Finger Guns review:

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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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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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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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Ultracore (PS4) Review – An Unearthed

Ultracore (PS4) Review – An Unearthed

A game so classic it doesn’t just have a life system, it has a password progression mechanic too. A wonderful slice from the past that echoes classic era ‘run and gunners’, is Ultracore worth it for the nostalgic value? The Finger Guns review:

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Neon Abyss (Xbox One) Review – The Abyss Does More Than Stare Back

Neon Abyss (Xbox One) Review – The Abyss Does More Than Stare Back

While it may not bring anything new to the randomised, initially difficult platformer genre, Neon Abyss still pulls its weight. Yet will the lack of personality in its heroes be its detriment? The Finger Guns review.

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F1 2020 (PS4) Review – The Winning Formula

F1 2020 (PS4) Review – The Winning Formula

The latest racing simulation based on everyone’s favourite fast car hobby. The problem is, is it accessible for those that don’t follow the motorsport religiously? The Finger Guns Review:

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The Blair Witch (Switch) Review – Things That Go Bark In The Night

The Blair Witch (Switch) Review – Things That Go Bark In The Night

Treading on familiar ground with an established franchise, Bloober Team aim to bring their horror skills to the series. Whilst it may lack in technical polish, does it make up for in scares? The Finger Guns review:

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Behold the Kickmen (Switch) Review – Go Forth and Kick!

Behold the Kickmen (Switch) Review – Go Forth and Kick!

A football game for people that have zero interest in football? As wild a concept as that sounds, it actually works! But how far can one self-aware joke stretch? The Finger Guns review:

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Urban Trial Tricky (Switch) Review – You Spin My Bike Round, Like a Record Baby

Urban Trial Tricky (Switch) Review – You Spin My Bike Round, Like a Record Baby

One part motorbike trials game, the other a… Tony Hawk halfpipe simulator? Urban Trial Tricky is a wacky mashup that’ll test your patience more than your skill. But for how long…? The Finger Guns review:

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