Bridge Constructor Portal – Review

The Bridge constructor franchise first hit Xbox back in 2015 with a mixed reaction to the genre that had already taken Smart phones by storm, constructing bridges to get vehicles across a large gap was far more fun than it initially sounds, and while the 2016 sequel, Bridge Constructor Stunts merged driving mechanics which took … Continue reading Bridge Constructor Portal – Review

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter – Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter may have been around for three years, but it's finally arrived on the Xbox One, along with full 4K support and a new Free roam mode. The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is a story driven game from developers 'The Astronauts', Following our protagonist Paul Prospero, you're on the search for … Continue reading The Vanishing of Ethan Carter – Review

Soma – Review

Soma begins in modern-day Toronto, as Simon Jarrett awake on the day of his brain scan. Since a horrific car crash, Simon's been left with terminal brain injuries and as the clock ticks away to the inevitable end, Simon decides to take a risk with pioneering experimental work which will use a scan of Simon's … Continue reading Soma – Review

Slayaway Camp : Butchers Cut

Halloween is upon us and what better way to celebrate than slicing up a few students on a murderous rampage. Puzzle games might not sound like the scariest way to spend an evening, but Slayaway Camp is proving otherwise with a bone-cracking smash. Slayaway camp is a sliding object, puzzle title, where you're tasked with … Continue reading Slayaway Camp : Butchers Cut

Echo – (PS4) Review

For many years video games have been pushing towards the perfect Artificial intelligence, and stealth-puzzle survival title Echo takes that one step further, glancing into the future with the ultimate AI. After an impressive title screen showing a close up view of an Eyeball that looks around the screen as you move to highlight the … Continue reading Echo – (PS4) Review

INK – Review

Digerati have a track record for finding little gems, and Ink by Space cowboy / ZackBell Games could well be their next mini-hit. Ink is a simple game, nothing more than a soft melody in the background and a retro inspired 'pixel' style showing your profile and the word Ink shown by splatters of ink … Continue reading INK – Review