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Review: Legend of Keepers

We are so used to playing as a ruthless hero, how often have you stopped to think about what it would be like to...

Winds of Change arrives on Nintendo Switch.

A deep and furry Visual Novel.

Review: Masquerada: Songs and Shadows

To all my fellow gamers amicable with an isometric tactical RPG, Masquerada doesn’t stray far from familiarity. Based in a renaissance inspired city filled...

Review: The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters, is the second installment to The Coma franchise, following from the first game ‘Cutting Class’. Specialising in pulse raising,...

Review: New Pokémon Snap

Nothing seems as relaxing as bimbling through fields taking photographs of adorable critters. So Pokémon snap is one of those games you can pick...

Review: Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville

Battle for Neighborville is a refreshing new addition to the Plants vs Zombies franchise. The title introduces a whole new look for PvZ and...

Review – Dry Drowning (Switch)

INTRO - A Dystopian Visual Experience Dry Drowning is a M-Rated psychological investigative Visual Novel set in a futuristic, dystopian city. With that much/little knowledge...

Review: Drawn to Life: Two Realms

Drawn to Life: Two Realms is the third sequel to the original Drawn to Life DS game. Almost 10 years later the franchise continues...

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