Multi reviews

The Spectrum Retreat – Review

Indie developer Dan Smith Studios introduces us to The Spectrum Retreat which offers a challenging, first-person puzzle game set in the near future. You awake alone at the art-deco themed Penrose hotel which is filled with robots. After finding your feet you are introduced to the character Cooper via a

Lust for Darkness Review

Developer Movie Games Lunarium’s Lust for Duskness is a first person psychological horror of the Lovecraftian kind featuring influence from the paintings of Zdzisław Beksiński. Players dive into the depths of sexual content and shifting alternate planes to find a missing wife who has been abducted. The game is available

Aragami Shadow Edition Review

The original Aragami released in October 2016 but since then developer Lince Works has added more content in the form of Aragami Nightfall which comes as a DLC extra for those who already own the base game. For anyone else who doesn’t own either game can now purchase the Aragami:

Vampyr Review – Bloody Good?

French developers Don’t Nod take a departure from Life is Strange and delve into more sinister happenings with Vampyr. A story of a doctor Jonathan Reid unwillingly turned into a vampire against a back-drop of a moody Victorian London. Whilst the game does feature a whole host of combat against

Earthlock Enhanced Edition Review

Snowcastle Games recently revamped their Earthlock Festival of Magic role playing game to become Earthlock Enhanced Edition and now that I have spent some time with it can pretty much offer an opinion on this colourful throwback title. I say throwback because if you think the old school games with