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  • Review: Figment | Steam

    Starting with a car crash on a stormy night that is only heard, not seen, the opening scene is akin to...

    Ian GarstangNovember 13, 2017
  • Review: Little Nightmares | Xbox One

    Every so often a game comes along that a mere screenshot can give you goosebumps. Whilst many scary games rely on...

    Ian GarstangOctober 30, 2017
  • Review: Chromagun | Xbox One

    ChromaGun is the indie game that I wish I’d made. It’s a stripped back pure first-person puzzle game drawing on the...

    Ian GarstangAugust 19, 2017
  • Review: The Town of Light | Xbox One

    Town of Light is a game of apprehension and confusion. Set in the wreck and ruin of a real world mental...

    Ian GarstangJune 27, 2017
  • Tech Review: LucidSound LS30 Gaming Headset

    The LucidSound LS30 is first and foremost a gaming headset, if you are expecting a Bluetooth headset, this is not it....

    Ian GarstangMay 25, 2017
  • Review: The Inner World | Xbox One

    I’d forgotten how bad I was at point-and-click games. It took me months to finish the Monkey Island Games and don’t...

    Ian GarstangMay 14, 2017
  • Review: Wonderboy: The Dragons Trap | Xbox One

    I cannot gush enough about how beautiful the new Wonderboy game really is. The hand painted graphics and lovingly created characters...

    Ian GarstangMay 2, 2017
  • Review: Blackwood Crossing | Xbox One

    There is something disconcerting about masks. Maybe it was Professor Pyg in Batman, the mutants in Bioshock or the happy-go-lucky painted...

    Ian GarstangApril 16, 2017
  • Review: Zombie Vikings | Xbox One

    Adding a sense of humour to a video game is always difficult. Some use clever dialogue, some use slapstick and others...

    Ian GarstangMarch 19, 2017
  • Review: Candleman | Xbox One

    Candleman is beautifully simple, yet lovingly crafted puzzle platformer from Spotlightor Interactive. The game follows the story of Candleman, a young,...

    Ian GarstangMarch 6, 2017
  • Review: Virginia | Xbox One

    There is definitely something unsettling when a slow moving buffalo ambles up to go face-to-face with you. Welcome to the small...

    Ian GarstangFebruary 27, 2017
  • Review: Inside | Xbox One

    Inside is a masterpiece from start to finish. Bizarrely, you have to finish it in order to fully appreciate it, but...

    Ian GarstangFebruary 23, 2017
  • Review: Titanfall 2 | Xbox One

    The crazy release date that placed Titanfall 2 squarely between Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty, meant that it got off...

    Ian GarstangFebruary 6, 2017
  • Review: Slain – Back From Hell | Xbox One

    I grew up gaming in the eighties and nineties, so I have put many hours into difficult titles such as Castlevania,...

    Ian GarstangOctober 28, 2016
  • 11 Wicked Witches in Video Games | Halloween Special

    I’m sure there was a time when witches were just haggard old women looking to feast on children, curse villages and...

    Ian GarstangOctober 26, 2016
  • Review: Firewatch | Xbox One – An Emotional Walk In the Park

    Firewatch made me feel so guilty for cheating on my in-game wife, I had trouble sleeping. Never in my gaming life...

    Ian GarstangOctober 17, 2016
  • Review: Doom 2016 | Xbox One

    Doom is back with a heart crushing, eyeball popping, head stomping return to form. It has taken me a while to...

    Ian GarstangOctober 3, 2016
  • Review: Arcade Gamer Portable | Gaming Tech

    Whilst I don’t usually review tech toys on this website, I do love reviewing things, so why not give my opinions...

    Ian GarstangSeptember 12, 2016
  • Review: Oxenfree | Xbox One

    It’s the age old adage: a group of teenagers go to a deserted island following stories of weirdness and are soon...

    Ian GarstangJuly 5, 2016
  • First impressions: Prison Architect | Xbox One

    It’s been a while since I played a management sim. After over dosing on theme parks, tiny towers and fallout shelters,...

    Ian GarstangJuly 2, 2016