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Josh Blackburn

A good chunk of my time is spent chugging tea and gaming on my PC or curled on the sofa with my Switch. Survival, roguelikes and all things horror are my forte, but I’ll dip my toes into any interesting game that comes along. If you can push buttons or waggle sticks, I’ll give it a whirl. If you want me to do some writing for you or you just want to talk about your favourite Like A Dragon character, you can reach me at

Review: Nimbus INFINITY

Nimbus INFINITY is a mecha combat game that shoots for the stars but is unfortunately brought straight back to earth.

Review: Recursive Ruin

Recursive Ruin is a game where you watch yourself play a game about watching yourself play a game about watching yourself...

Review: The Chrono Jotter

The Chrono Jotter is an emotionally charged high school drama broken up by occasional bloody murder. Oh, those silly kids!

Review: Spirit Hunters: Infinite Horde

An infinite horde sounds pretty bad but at least the spirit hunters are on the case. But are they up to it?

Review: Dwerve

Dwerve is on a mission to defend his village with nothing but a collection of turrets! Can tower defence truly merge with action-adventure?

Review: Rift Rangers

Refuse to die! Rift Rangers plonks you in the middle of a colossal horde with a few turrets to your name and twenty mins on the clock!

Review – Slayers X: Terminal Aftermath: Vengance of the Slayer

Take a trip back to the late nineties while you fire broken glass at werewolves to avenge your sainted mother! It's Slayers X!

Review: Dungeon Drafters

The story of a venerable owl monk bonking things with a stick! Dungeon Drafters has a lot to offer, if you play your cards right.

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Review: Astrea: Six Sided Oracles

Astrea: Six Sided Oracles is a turn-based roguelike that swaps cards for dice and is all the better for it. Roll those bones!

Review: Humankind