Mike


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Mike gets all the racing games because he understands that stuff even though he doesn't drive.







It seems like anything will find its way into the Playstation store. I’m not complaining but I did not expect to review a re-release of a game that first saw daylight in 2012 on mobile platforms. Ravensword: Shadowlands is now on consoles and it seems Crescent Moon Games have opted […]

Ravensword: Shadowlands – PS4 Review



I’m back once again playing visual novel roulette and the latest bullet for me is C14 Dating by Winter Wolves. My previous knowledge of the dating simulator genre is fleeting but the slimmed down stat tracking and emphasis on friendship does make this more palatable to me. Set amid the […]

C-14 Dating – PS4 Review


We’ve probably all, at one point in our lives, dragged matchbox cars across the bedroom floor or the kitchen worktops. Letting our imagination place impossible jumps, hazards and courses that weave around tables and chairs. Games are no stranger to the concept but it’s been a while since a toy […]

Tinker Racers – PS4 Review


Traditional adventure games have never quite settled for me. There’s quite a few that pay homage to the Lucas Arts template in terms of puzzles and humour which I find slightly off-putting. Cloak and Dagger Games’ Sumatra: Fate of Yandi firmly sits in an old school camp with some low-resolution […]

Sumatra: Fate of Yandi – PS4 Review



There always seems to be a vocal audience clamouring for retro platformers. Whether it’s a ‘make Sonic great again’ sentiment or people desperate for another Donkey Kong Country, the voices have always been there. Indie studios are all too keenly aware and the latest to try and bring some 90’s […]

Kaze and the Wild Masks – PS4 Review