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Better Late Than Never: What Remains of Edith Finch

On my mission to play the games I missed out on the first time around, I decided a lovely sunny bank holiday Monday was better spent indoors with the Playstation and another title which I have been meaning to tick off the list. After being distracted from my quest for a while due to God… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: What Remains of Edith Finch

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Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

Yakuza 6 is the seventh title (confusing I know but there was 0 in there at some point) in the series brought to you by SEGA. You once again, or in my case for the 1st time, take control of Kazuma Kiryu. He is one bad ass Yakuza, who has the emotional range of a large slab of… Continue reading Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

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Better Late Than Never: Oxenfree

As I continue to battle the backlog of games, I found that a snowy afternoon off work was the perfect time to try and blast through the next title in one sitting. The game I chose to playthrough was Oxenfree, an adventure game which has been in my library for about a year! Developed and… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Oxenfree

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Better Late Than Never: Journey

Before you say 'How has it taken you this long to play Journey?' followed by comments questioning where I have been or am I completely mad, I sadly must admit that other games and life got in the way meaning that it was never a good time to experience Journey. But as part of my… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Journey

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A Return to Thimbleweed Park, On the Switch!

Back when Thimbleweed Park launched on PC and consoles Darkworld Gaming covered it with an in-depth review – praising just how glorious I thought it was. But that was not the end for Thimbleweed Park. Through its Kickstarter fundraising and game sales, Ron Gilbert & Co went on to port the game from PC/PS4/XBone onto… Continue reading A Return to Thimbleweed Park, On the Switch!