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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood makes its PlayStation debut almost 4 years after it was originally released. It is a sequel to Max & the Magic Marker a 2D side scrolling platformer where physics were key to solving traversal puzzles. The sequel is finally, out on PS4, but does it add anything new or will...

Victor Vran attempts to fulfil that need in your life for dungeon crawlers. As Victor Vran you are tasked with finding fellow hunter, Adrian, in a 19th...

The Bug Butcher launched on Steam back in January, but has just launched for the PlayStation 4, and the developers of the game were kind enough to provide...

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 expands on the original Championship Edition game, but brings it to the current generation. Is there enough here to keep...

On the surface, Hue is a simple 2D puzzle-platformer, but look a little deeper and you will find a lot of depth. In this platformer, you play as “Hue”,...

In an age where games target the masses, and try to welcome as many players as possible, it seems as though any sort of challenge is masked behind a difficulty...

The first Carmageddon was released just less than 20 years ago. If memory serves me well, it was always part of the video game violence controversy,...

Lumo is unlike any other game I have played, the best analogy I could use would be if Trine was a dungeon crawler. But even then this wouldn’t encapsulate...

The gaming landscape seems to be full of 80+ hour games these days, and hardly anything that can be beaten in a single sitting. Much like Journey or Flower...

Coffin Dodgers aims to fill the current generation consoles’ lack of kart racers. With the distinct lack of competition, does this mean that Coffin...

Bethesda has released the first add-on for Fallout 4, so we thought we’d have a quick look at it and see if it’s worth dishing £7.99/$9.99...

Mike Bithell’s first game, Thomas Was Alone, gained a lot of attention when released in 2010. A relatively simple game, but an extremely engrossing...

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons released almost 2 years ago for last generation consoles and PC, and a new remastered version of the game is now available...

Suikoden II has been out for a while now; releasing in the late 90s originally. However as with the first game, Suikoden II is also highly sought after...

Suikoden is probably one of those games that you’ve heard a lot of praise about, but never actually played, and that’s understandable because...