Category: Reviews

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Far Cry 5

For all the anti-consumer practices in the AAA gaming industry today, and despite my transition into Nintendo’s way of things, Ubisoft has always been the one that has continued to pump out games I...

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Clustertruck

I’ve done it. I’ve managed to play, in succession, two games that are very similar but also complete opposites. Like Human Fall Flat, Clustertruck is a physics-based puzzle platformer with simple, flat-coloured polygons, popularised...

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Woodle Tree Adventures

When I feel like I’m going to enjoy a low priced or independently developed game, I stop looking at trailers, information etc for it and buy it. I’ve been so frequently surprised before by...

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Tombi! / Tomba!

(For the purposes of this review, I will be referring to the game and its character as “Tombi” – in non-PAL regions, note that their name is Tomba.) For all the good the internet...

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Picross S

“Newspaper” puzzles are some of my favourite ways to spend some time not doing a lot. Ever since sudoku puzzles exploded, they brought with them numerous other things that went from obscurity to popularity....

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Gorogoa

I’m a sucker for a game that invents a unique, simple to understand type of puzzle and makes a game of it. The Witness was a beautiful example of this. And Gorogoa is another....