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S J Hollis

8 Score

Styx: Shards of Darkness – Review PS4

Back in 2014, a thief stalked through the shadows, blade drawn and eyes blazing with thoughts of riches, treasure and amber. Styx: Master of Shad...
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9 Score

Torment: Tides of Numenera – Review (PS4)

You’re standing in front of a mechanical goat. Flames pour from every orifice and from deep inside it, you can hear a strange mouse-like squeak f...
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8 Score

Kitty Powers Matchmaker – Review (PS4)

Most of us have dated, some of us have used a dating service, but how many of us have run our own dating agency? Well now is your chance to do ju...
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7 Score

Uncanny Valley – Review (PS4/PS Vita)

Pixel games will always have a proud place on the Vita and the PS4, and we’ve seen some cracking ones over the last couple of years from a variet...
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8 Score

Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek – Review (PS4)

Fine, you caught me, I love Hidden Object games. Back when my mum and I both got a Kindle Fire, we went crazy stabbing at our screens for waterin...
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8 Score

Knee Deep – Review (PS4)

Cypress Knee is one podunk town you don’t want to be in. This backwater dive has got corruption at its core, ‘gators than can swallow a man whole...
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9 Score

Subterrain – Review (PS4)

Doctor West is in quite a predicament. Once an eminent research scientist at the state-of-the-art Mars Colony, he’s now banged up in the facility...
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6 Score

Dead Effect 2 – Review (PS4)

I don’t know about you, but I’m always up for a jolly jaunt around a deadly spaceship. Dead Effect 2 is a first person shooter set aboard a derel...
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9 Score

The Flame in the Flood – Review (PS4)

Imagine the trauma of forgetting to pop into Sainsburys on your way into work. Lunchtime rolls around and you’re sandwichless, Diet Cokeless no o...
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6 Score

Siegecraft Commander – Review (PS4)

If you’re into strategy war games and tower defence games, you no doubt appreciate building a decent armoury and flinging a lovely diseased cow o...
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