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Alex Chessun

Currently working his way through the Yakuza series, Alex is an avid fan of immersive city-based 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: Beautiful Desolation

Beautiful Desolation is a District 9-like isometric Sci-fi RPG adventure that has made its way to consoles following its Steam release in 2020. Trapped in an unknown...

Review: Death Crown

Death Crown is a 1-bit real-time strategy/tower defense game that acts as a call-back to two-tone gaming, a cry for simpler times where video...

Review: Hood: Outlaws and Legends

As I start to play Hood: Outlaws and Legends I'm struck by two questions: how would people from medieval times think about their extensive...

Review: Kandagawa Jet Girls

Some genres are made for certain forms of media - video games and adventure, movies and action, and seemingly, high school anime and any...

Review: Ghostrunner

With the bluster of another polish-developed Cyberpunk title stealing the headlines in 2020, you'd be forgiven for overlooking hardcore FPP title Ghostrunner, where, as a freerunning katana-wielding ninja...

Review: Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack

With 22 main series releases to its name, but the majority on prior console generations, KOEI TECMO set about re-releasing its PS3 'Arland' and 'Dusk' stories...

Review: Stay

With compassion, depression and isolation as its key themes, Stay is not your standard mindless Friday night gaming fare. This unique 2D escape room simulator is...

Review: The Skylia Prophecy

While some retro games have aged badly over time, there are still some timeless 16-bit titles that are worth your attention. Such is the...

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