Developer: One Bit Beyond Publisher: Devolver Digital Platform(s): PS4, PC Review code provided Developed by One Bit Beyond and published by the typically excellent Devolver Digital, The Swords of Ditto is a curious beast. On the…
Platform(s): PS4 Publisher: SEGA Developer: SEGA Review copy purchased 15 years, 7 main titles, countless spin offs and an adoring fan base, and it’s comes down to this. The final outing of one of gaming's most under-appreciated…
Developer: Mojo Bones Publisher: Bandai Namco Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One Review copy provided The snow-capped wastes of a civilisation lost stretch out before Jacob, as he clutches at his coat for a little extra warmth. Behind him…
Developer(s): JW, Kitty, Jukio, and Dom Publisher: Devolver Digital Platform(s): PS4, XB1, PC Review code provided by PR Imagine playing top-down classics like A Link to the Past, but every 60 seconds, you inexplicably die and start…
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