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Jurassic World Evolution Review

I saw screenshots of this game and it looked good so I thought it might be an interesting management sim. I watched the first Jurassic World movie and thought it was OK although the CGI was well done. Those safari globes "Gyrospheres" visitors toured in looked really fun! So you're in charge of developing the Jurassic World on various...


Phantom Doctrine Review

It's been a while since I finished the turn based Xcom 2 so it was interesting to find a game that looked like it had similar gameplay. Phantom Doctrine allows you to play as the CIA or KGB so instead of fighting aliens you're up against humans. As I mentioned, if you've played Xcom 2 then you'll have less of a learning curve where each...


Northgard Review

It's been a while since I played a good RTS on the PC. Seems no one wants to make them like Command & Conquer or Starcraft any more. So it was a pleasant surprise when I came across indies title Northgard on Steam. It's not quite in the same style but there's enough resource management and unit control to make it fun to play. Story? Well...


Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna The Golden Country Review

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 got a prequel in the form of a DLC named Torna - The Golden Country that people could play a week early before the physical version if they already had the Season Pass. I didn't get the pass because I wasn't really interested in the minor extras which were mostly fan service oriented. It was revealed at Gamescom...


Demon Gaze 2 Review

I came across the first game on PSN Plus and really enjoyed it which was a pleasant surprise because I never knew about the game let alone buy the game. It's been too long since I played the predecessor so can't quite remember how the story went but, I don't think this is a sequel although you do come across a few mild references. You play as a...


Two Point Hospital Review

I'm sure fans of Bullfrog's classic Theme Hospital has been waiting for a modern day successor. Others such as Hospital Tycoon just lacked the fun and polish to beat or be close to the classic. Now game developers that worked on Theme Hospital Mark Webley and Gary Carr has gone off to develop Two Point Studio to give it anothertry...


Persona 5: Dancing Star Night Review

Some time has passed since Persona 5 and the gang has graduated from high school. The gang suddenly finds themselves in the Velvet Room and gathered together once again. The twins greets them, claiming they're hosting a party and need them to dance as part of their next "rebirth". It turns out it was the twins' elder sister's idea...


Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night Review

Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night takes place somewhere between the original game and FES. Elizabeth has decided to hold a party and has invited the SEES gang over to dance inside their dreams. The gang is reluctant at first since they've still got Shadows to fight but after hearing time doesn't pass by in Club Velvet, they decide to stay for...


Surviving Mars Review

I was interested in this sim when I heard Paradox Interactive was going to be publishing it. The modern day version of Sim City, "Cities Skylines" they published was quite good to play so this new premise of colonising Mars sounded like it'd be even more fun, despite being a different developer making it. The premise isn't really...


Octopath Traveler Review

It's been a long time since Octopath Traveller (the British English spelling with double "L") was revealed for the Switch and now the name's here to stay with Square-Enix's latest JRPG. It's proven to be so popular that the first batch of physical copies sold out before the holiday weekend in Japan. You can choose to start the game as...