Author: Toby Andersen

Author of the Overlords novels https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07KPQQTXY/ - obsessed with JRPGs, cel-shading, epic narrative games of any genre, and anthros. Lives with his wife and a cute little leopard gecko.
As Far As The Eye (PC) Review – The Third Eye

As Far As The Eye (PC) Review – The Third Eye

As Far As The Eye is a resourcing and strategy game that gives you control of a nomadic tribe and tasks you with getting them home before the encroaching water floods the land. But should you get on board this caravan, or let it roll by? The Finger Guns Review:

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The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters (Xbox One) Review – Back in the Habit

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters (Xbox One) Review – Back in the Habit

A side-scrolling horror adventure, The Coma 2 borrows gameplay and influences from many sources. But does it stand up on its own merit? The Finger Guns Review:

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[Feature] Spacebase Startopia – A New Life Awaits You In The Off World Colonies

[Feature] Spacebase Startopia – A New Life Awaits You In The Off World Colonies

An entirely unexpected game from my childhood is getting a remake and it looks like pure nostalgia!

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Ary and the Secret of Seasons (PS4) Review – The Winter of Discontent

Ary and the Secret of Seasons (PS4) Review – The Winter of Discontent

Ary and the Secret of Seasons is an Asian-themed kid’s adventure game, with a plucky young hero and a season-based puzzle system. But is it summer, summer, summertime, or another Christmas with no snow? 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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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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Sheepo (PC) Review – A Pacifist Metroidvania

Sheepo (PC) Review – A Pacifist Metroidvania

Sheepo is a true to form metroidvania in the classic sense, but this one has no combat. And no arms. But is pacificism your thing? The Finger Guns Review:

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Helheim Hassle (Xbox One) Review – You’ve Really Got to Use Your Head

Helheim Hassle (Xbox One) Review – You’ve Really Got to Use Your Head

Helheim Hassle smashes together disconnecting your body parts with Vikings (because they are so in right now) in a quirky puzzle platformer. But is it a classic of the new Norse genre or does it all just fall apart? The Finger Guns Review.

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