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Sally Face Episode 4: The Trial Review (PC)

Never Too Much Sally Face I’ve been looking forward to writing this review for a long while now- since reviewing Episode Three in fact. I really wanted to explore more of this world and learn more about the characters. There are few games I’ve played that really compare to this.…


Child’s Play     I’ve reviewed enough point-and-clicks by now that my whole “I don’t play very many of these” schtick is probably beginning to wear its welcome. It’s not that I do play a lot of them – because I don’t – but, personal preferences be damned, one…

Football Manager 2019 Review (PC)

Top Four Finish     Football Manager is always at its best when you can talk to your mates about its quirks and oddities. All the way back in 2008, before I gave up playing to focus on my final year at University, it was all about sharing my…

Overkill’s The Walking Dead Review (PC)

A Fan’s Dystopia   I honestly didn’t watch more than a few episodes of The Walking Dead TV show and haven’t read the comics. That wasn’t because I didn’t like the show or because I had something against it, I just never got around to watching more of it. I’m…

Disgaea 5 Complete Review (PC)

Out of this Netherworld     Last month, I was given the opportunity to review Disgaea 1 Complete. The game turned out great; the mechanics in place were still fun, the story was still enjoyable, and the fresh, HD graphical overhaul made it feel like a new game in…

Corpse Party: Book of Shadows Review (PC)

Re-Writing the Story     The concept of games expanding on their own endings isn’t anything new in the slightest. Be they through epilogues, sequels, or DLC, the number times a game has thrown out a “THE END” screen only to follow it up at a later point is…

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