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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: G-Darius HD

With recent rereleases offering nearly the entire series on PlayStation consoles, it's quite clear that the Darius franchise is as eager as ever to...

Review: Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water

It probably doesn't behoove a game reviewer to say this, but I don't understand the concept of a horror video game.  Let me explain -...

Review: Neptunia x SENRAN KAGURA: Ninja Wars

When two gaming franchises come together in a collaborative effort it doesn't always work out as planned. For every game that fits like a glove in...

Review: KeyWe

Boasting the cutest postal workers known the man, KeyWe, a novel puzzle co-op title, is how you wish the post office was run - hastily and...

Review: Carrion (PS4)

With generic story and repetitive gameplay, the horror genre rarely produces a game that finds itself a home on my must-play list. Reverse horror games on the other hand, or games where you are the enemy, are far more likely to grab my attention, and as luck would have it, especially this one, in indie title - Carrion.

Review: The Caligula Effect 2

Will you take the red pill or the blue pill? One of the most memorable choices in movie history is now yours to make...

Review: BPM: Bullets Per Minute

Do ya' feel funky? Well, do ya, punk? Emerging from the depths of hell comes BPM: Bullets Per Minute, an innovative and punishing Rhythm FPS roguelike that...

Review: Phoenix Point: Behemoth Edition From the originator of XCOM, Julian Gollop, comes a title to challenge the genre-defining game he was responsible for, a strategy turn-based behemoth appropriately...

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Get ready to travel back in time with PopSlinger. Where the music is motivating and it'll have you grooving to the beat as you...

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