Category Archives: Reviews

‘Tales of Xillia 2′ Review

Platforms PlayStation 3 Publisher/Developer Bandai Namco Games Genre JRPG   Platform Played PlayStation 3 Tales of Xillia was one of my most treasured experiences of 2013; the original title showcased some incredible mature themes within a mystical new world, with characters that I will never forget. Tales of Xillia 2 is a sequel that is [...]
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‘Metro 2033 Redux’ Review

Platforms PS4/XB1/PC Developer 4A Games   Publisher Deep Silver Genre Survival FPS   Platform Played On PC Before going on with Analog Addiction’s review for the enhanced edition of the first Metro game, I need to clarify two things. First of all – apologies for the incredibly-late revision. I had received both Metro: Redux games well-before the [...]
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‘The Walking Dead’ Season Finale – No Going Back Review

Platforms PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS, Vita, OUYA Publisher/Developer Telltale Games Genre Interactive Adventure   Platform Played PC No Going Back is not only the title of The Walking Dead’s Season Two finale, but it is also a perfect description of the situation Clementine and those who are left by her side must deal [...]
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‘Hohokum’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita Publisher Sony Developer Honeyslug Genre Art  Platform Played PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 The argument for video games to be classified as interactive art has raged for many years, with both sides debating whether or not the interactive medium should be classified as such. While this has been happening, [...]
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‘The Golf Club’ Review

Platforms Xbox One and PC [PS4 at later date] Publisher/Developer HB Studios Genre Sports    Platform Played Xbox One Sports games as a general rule have always fallen into one of two categories: a realistic approach to the sport which abides by all rules and laws of physics or a more “fun” approach which places less emphasis [...]
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‘Let’s Fall’ Review

Platforms Android [iOS at a later date] Publisher/Developer Yannick Cerrutti & Yann Delplanque. Genre Arcade Platform Played Samsung Galaxy S4 When you’re looking for a simple time wasting option on your mobile device, there are a plethora of choices; with a majority available for free. One of the latest titles to release in this category [...]
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‘Another Perspective’ Review

Platforms PC Developer ShaunJS   Publisher ShaunJS, Digerati Distribution Genre Puzzle Platformer   Platform Played On PC Finding a good puzzle platform game these days is by no means difficult, but it can be hard to come across one with good gameplay and a charming, well thought out narrative. Another Perspective, the award winning 2D puzzle platformer from [...]
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‘Risen 3: Titan Lords’ Review

Platforms PS3/360/PC Developer Piranha Bytes   Publisher Deep Silver Genre Action-RPG   Platform Played On PC Ah, yes, role-playing games created by European developers; I wouldn’t necessarily classify them as niche, but the majority of said titles (e.g. the first three Gothic games, the first two Witcher games etc.) are certainly not for everybody, simply because they’re [...]
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‘Over The Top Tower Defence’ Review

Platforms iOS/Android/Kindle Fire/PC Developer SMG Studio   Publisher Surprise Attack Genre Tower-Defence   Platform Played On PC After countless hours of playing games on my Galaxy S2, I have come to realise that the Tower-Defence genre is the most efficient one when it comes to killing time; either in-between meetings, travelling, or for simply enjoying a good-old [...]
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‘The Swapper’ [PS4] Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita [Previously on PC] Publisher/Developer Facepalm Games/Curve Studios Genre Puzzle Platformer  Platform Played PlayStation 4 The Swapper was one of 2013’s best titles, while also producing some of the most intelligent puzzle design in recent memory. Following the critical praise of the original PC release, Facepalm Games (the original [...]
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‘Sacred 3′ Review

Platforms: PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 Developer: Keen Games   Publisher: Deep Silver Genre: Action-RPG   Platform Played On: PS3 Over the last few years, we’ve seen games change in many ways though every once in a while, it’s good to jump back and play some good, old school games. This is exactly what you [...]
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‘Third Eye Crime’ Review

Platforms Mobile/PC Developer Moonshot Games Publisher Gamblyr Genre Stealth/Puzzle Platform Played PC  The formula is familiar: a thick skinned loner with a knack for finding things walks into his office to find a mysterious woman who winds up getting him into way more trouble than he expected. Third Eye Crime, the previously mobile-only stealth game from [...]
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‘So Many Me’ Review

Platforms PC/Linux/Mac/Ouya Developer Extend Studio   Publisher ORiGO GAMES Genre Puzzle-Platformer   Platform Played On PC While not as dominant as first-person shooters or racing titles, puzzle-platformers have always been an important part of the gaming industry. Sometimes, customers want to do more than simply gun-down countless soldiers, aliens etc., or racing through yet another checkpoint. [...]
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‘Roska’ Review

Platforms Android Publisher/Developer SIEIDI Genre Arcade   Platform Played Samsung Galaxy S4 Despite the free-to-play mobile release being downloaded by millions of players daily, few have been able to strike a strong balance between providing a casual gaming experience alongside hardcore sensibilities. SIEDI, a three man development studio based in Finland, is the latest studio [...]
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‘The Walking Dead’ Episode Four – Amid The Ruins Review

Platforms PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS, Vita, OUYA Publisher/Developer Telltale Games Genre Interactive Adventure   Platform Played PC Amid the Ruins, Walking Dead Season 2’s penultimate episode, takes place within a Civil War Memorial. The simple locale is a poignant statement on the post-apocalyptic setting that Clementine and her fellow survivors find themselves within, [...]
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