Ian


About Ian

Ian likes his games weird. He loves his Vita even if Sony don't anymore. He joined the PS4 party relatively late, but has been in since day one on PS5.

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Divination, stylised as //DIVINATION\\, opens with a warning that it depicts disturbing imagery and themes. What it should also have done was have opened with an apology for the remarkably brief experience on offer here. You see, our leisurely playthrough lasted all of twenty four minutes. Not twenty four hours. […]

Divination – PS5 Review





They might seem like a videogame staple now, but back in early 2005 there was no such thing as a Lego videogame. Lego Star Wars on PS2 was quite the revelation at the time and it seemed staggering that nobody had come up with it before. Of course, there’s since […]

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – PS5 Review


Remember Atari? They were famously co-founded by Nolan Bushnell in the early ’70s. After the videogame crash and even more half-arsed 1990s attempts at console hardware than Sega, they ceased to be. Also remember Infogrames? They acquired the rights to the Atari name and subsequently rebranded. Now they’re back with […]

Kombinera – PS5 Review





What Lies in the Multiverse is a puzzle-based platformer from Santiago-based developer Iguanabee and Polish publisher Untold Tales. The prologue opens with the line “Multiple events, multiple possibilities, multiple consequences.” It’s a little more linear than that admittedly, but the storyline is occasionally intriguing. The gameplay on offer reminded us […]

What Lies in the Multiverse – PS4 Review