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Michael Hoade

Michael is a trainee journalist and presenter, who loves talking about himself in the third person(It makes him feel like the Rock). Video games, weightlifting and Japanese pro-wrestling take up most of his free time, and he loves sharing these interests with others. You can find him discussing games in further detail on his YouTube channel: The Gaming Conversation(linked in his profile).

Review: Creepy Tale

Creepy Tale, a ‘point and click’ puzzle game, with elements of horror and platforming, certainly remains faithful to its name. A simple premise: you and...

Review: JARS

JARS is a wonderfully addictive strategy game with a unique aesthetic. Victor, the game’s equally befuddled and spooky looking protagonist, ventures into his family's basement,...

Review: Bonito Days

Good vibes, city pop and a summertime aesthetic make Bonito Days - a new game heavily inspired by the target minigame in Super Monkey...

Review: Kickerinho World

Originally released as a mobile game five years ago, Kickerinho World: a freestyle football-simulator, where your goal is to become the world's best juggler,...

Review: Lost Judgement

Judgement, released back in 2019, strayed away from the zany plots of Yakuza past - focused on billions of yen being stolen, secret Koreans...

Review: Super Arcade Football

Clearly inspired by the cult classic ‘Sensible Soccer’ from the early 90s, Super Arcade Football immediately scores on the nostalgia front. Developed by OutOfTheBit Limited...

Review: Foodtruck Arena

A new entry into the car combat / football sub-genre, Foodtruck Arena places you in the shoes of a number of zany characters, as...

Review: Prinny Presents NIS Classics Volume 1

Nippon Ichi Software, most well known for the hugely popular Disgaea series of strategy RPGs, has released a new collection; re-casting the spotlight on...

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