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Indie Game Reviews

Our indie game reviews follow the same principals of how we score all games. We will always prioritise bringing our readers a quality, in-depth and honest review that gives our official verdict on the game.

This will be done as close to release as we can. Our first priority is to deliver the quality which may means you always get the best quality review we can deliver.

Matterfall Review

After really enjoying my time playing the outstanding Nex Machina, I was more than ready to get on some more Housemarque games. Since then we have changed our review structure on MGL but this...

Dreamfall Chapters Review

The Dreamfall saga began way back in 1999 on the PC with The Longest Journey. The second game in the series, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, continued the story on the original Xbox in 2006....

Unexplored Unlocked Edition Review (Nintendo Switch)

Unexplored is a 'rogue-lite' dungeon crawler game with puzzles and roleplaying elements. Developed by Nephilim game Studios and published by Digerati on the Nintendo Switch. You have to descend into the depths of the Dungeon...

Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice Review (Xbox One)

You can't say that video games aren't art when you play something like Hellblade. Never have I been so thoroughly uncomfortable and amazed throughout an entire game. To the point where it's all I...

Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture Review

I love a game that really captures my home country well, so many are set in the USA or far away worlds it’s fantastic to see a game set in the United Kingdom. In...

88 Heroes Review

Ever since I saw the first trailer I was looking forward to getting a 88 Heroes review done. It has such a completely random concept and was clearly a game going to be made for...
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Seasons After Fall Review

I love a nice 2D game, especially one that has that charm of being drawn by hand and made by smaller studios with big ideas. Indie studio Swing Swing Submarine are working with Focus...

Bedlam Review

There was a moment where I really wondered where Bedlam would take me next. Where I would start to feel the connection to the game more, and soon after a bumpy start it got me...
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The Occupation Review

Immigration is a hot topic in the UK and around the world right now. So when an intriguing thriller cropped up for Xbox, PC and PlayStation, I was interested. My The Occupation...

Foul Play Review

Imagine if the Streets of Rage video games were actually a play based in 1950s featuring a dapper gentleman and his street-wise side-kick. That's exactly what Foul Play is: a side-scrolling beat 'em up...

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