Tag Archive: Indie Gaming

September 2020 PS Plus Games | News

If the wobbly antics of the little sausage-people from Fall Guys or the grim realities of modern warfare – courtesy of CoD – are wearing thin, fret not because it’s almost September 1st and that’s when the next batch of…
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August 2020 PS Plus Games | News

It’s that time of the month when the lovely people at Sony dig deep into their bottomless games vault and shake loose a couple of nuggets to keep your calloused gaming fingers busy for the forthcoming month and beyond. Unlike…
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Memories of Mars (PS4) | Review – Thin Atmosphere

Emerging from 2 years of PC early access onto consoles, Memories of Mars is a MMO survival RPG FPS that casts the player as a freshly birthed clone tasked with investigating the disappearance of human settlements on the red planet….
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PlayStation Plus Games for July 2020 | News

July’s free games for Playstation Plus subscribers are now available (until August 3) as Sony celebrates 10 years of the service that set the standard for consoles. As always, remember that Plus games can be added to your library if…
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Shallow Thrills: Maneater (XBOX) | Review

Surfacing from the depths of an energy-drink-fuelled brainstorming fever dream (presumably), Maneater, an open-world action-RPG where the main protagonist is a shark, is a bloodthirsty concept that never really sinks its teeth into its absurd premise, ultimately delivering shallow, repetitive…
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John Wick Hex (PS4) | Review

With at least one more film coming, a comic adaptation already in circulation and a rumoured TV series in the works, the real question is why it’s taken so long for John Wick to brute force his way into video…
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Journey to the Savage Planet (Xbox One) | Review

In a gaming landscape where ‘games as a service’ is a constant AAA developer mantra and the video games that don’t fall under that umbrella are (more often than not) exhausting open-world time-sinks, Journey to the Savage Planet is a…
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