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James Refelian

When I was seven years old I tried to write a spy novel. It was terrible; in case you wondered, but I’ve always loved stories. Then I got to play videogames and suddenly here were stories that could be told in so many ways, coming to life in front of my eyes. I’ve been hooked ever since and have enjoyed games on pretty much every platform you can imagine. If you love stories too then I hope my reviews help you discover something new. You can always celebrate storytelling with me on Twitter, Twitch and YouTube - @Refelian66.

Review: Expedition Zero

Expedition Zero is an indie survival horror that, for the most part, can hold its own against the best in the survival horror genre....

Review: Beholder 3

Is Beholder 3 worth it? Very simply. Yes. It’s a rarity when a non-AAA title game feels so polished, detailed, and original that it...

Review: Chocobo GP

Chocobo GP is the direct sequel to Chocobo Racing from 1999 and delivers the same fun racing experience as its predecessor. The game is available...

Review: Quest for Infamy

Quest for Infamy is a game I wanted to like a lot but sadly it falls short. Based upon the Quest for Glory series...

Review: Tormented Souls

Tormented Souls is an homage to the great survival horror games of old. If you’ve been missing the classics like early Resident Evil and...

Review: The Batman (2022)

SPOILER FREE REVIEW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqqft2x_Aa4&t=84s “Batman ventures into Gotham City's underworld when a sadistic killer leaves behind a trail of cryptic clues. As the evidence begins to...

Review: Ancient Islands

Ancient Islands is a game that sets out to accomplish a lot; and for the most part delivers. At first glance, I thought Ancient...

Review: Life is Strange Remastered Collection

Introduction The Life is Strange: Remastered Collection is a welcome return to a familiar place with vastly improved animations and graphics. Welcome to Arcadia Bay....

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