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Jonah Ehlers

A lover of films, dogs and cooking, even though I'm terrible at it most days. Ever since my first console (the legendary PS2) I have had an immense love for Video games. It has given me some of my favourite memories, my closest friends and countless hours of fun.

Review: Session: Skate Sim

It may not have been a perfect product. But it's a damn good one. The beauty of it all is, you can fail, bail and try all over again, without the need for a first aid kit.

Review: Betrayal at Club Low

Betrayal at Club Low… Man, what an oddball of a game. You should play it.

Review: Zookeeper

A game where I could play caretaker to a whole host of animals and ensure their happiness, while getting the (virtual) public interested in the creatures that dominated my childhood. How could I pass this one up? Unfortunately though, this title fell a bit short of the excitement I was feeling.

Review: SokoChess

It's a well-thought-out reimagining of the ancient pastime of kings, generals and geniuses. So, for lovers of challenging puzzles, for lovers of chess, and for lovers of some light masochism; There is SokoChess.

Review: DNF Duel

Bright colours, flashy moves, vague lore, and a surprisingly solid roster of characters. These were the ingredients chosen to create DNF Duel. An extremely fun and moreish fighter from Arc System Works.

Review: Imp of the Sun

One last hail mary pass that will decide the fate of all life. An imp with no name, and one purpose: To find the four keepers of the sun's power, and restore light to the world.

Preview: Melatonin

Get out of my dreams, and into my cart.

Review: Oaken

The term “Early-Access” gets a bit of a bad rap. There are all sorts of negative connations floating around this gaming category, and rightly so. However, it looks like Oaken just might break the mould. 

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Review: Astronite

Can you stay calm in space?

Review: DREDGE

Review: Trophy