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Alex Chessun

Currently obsessed with the Yakuza series (minus no.7), Alex is an avid fan of immersive Open World games, quick pick-up-and-play arcade experiences and pretty much anything else good. He also desperately wants Shenmue 4 to happen - a lot.

Review: Shattered – The Tale of the Forgotten King

As with any section of the media industry, the gaming industry thrives on churning out similar ideas - less risk and more profit -...

Review: Phantom Breaker – Omnia

It's rare to come across a 2D fighter that doesn't require a deep-dive into its mechanics via a training mode to get to grips...

Review: Deck of Ashes

Deck of Ashes is an approachable and easy-to-understand card-based RPG battler that requires a bit of patience, but not for the reason you might think. Rather...

Review: Tunche

Side-scrolling beat-em-up's have a simplicity to them, a core concept so central to their identity and success that when it doesn't land as you...

Review: Before We Leave

Colony/civilization simulations always tend to be a little bit dire, don't they? Disease around one corner, death around the next - in what can...

Review: Kowloon High-School Chronicle

In a win for retro RPG fans everywhere, Japanese cult-classic Kowloon High-School Chronicle finally got itself a western release this year to PlayStation 4, 18...

Review: MeteoHeroes Saving Planet Earth!

Fair or not, expectations can make or break a video game. Crushingly large expectations can fell one as big as Call of Duty or,...

Review: The Cruel King and the Great Hero

Escaping from your nearest fairytale to release on the PS4 and Switch is The Cruel King and the Great Hero, a side-scrolling RPG with hand-drawn...

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