Reviews

Seers Isle

Seers Isle doesn’t make life easy for itself – or the player. At the start of the story (we’re in interactive graphic novel territory here) the main character is mysterious at best, and it’s not even clear that you’re making decisions as...
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Along the Edge (Switch)

You’ve broken up with your boyfriend. You’ve moved to the massive country estate you’ve just inherited. So let’s chalk up relationships and small-town politics. That’s two elements. But the rule of three; three is always better than two. So what other ingredient...
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Swordbreaker

This text-based multiple-choice adventure gets off to a bumpy start, committing the gaming crime of narration that noticeably differs from text on-screen. Hardly the most heinous of offences, granted, but it was enough to make us worry that the rest of the...
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Super Punch Patrol

What do you get when you combine Streets of Rage’s refined fighting mechanics with Final Fight’s penchant for bare-chested machoness, while adding a squirt of Dynamite Cop’s utter absurdness? The answer is a rollicking good time. Super Punch Patrol, incidentally, is another...
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Party Hard 2

From the mid-’90s onwards countless franchises made the jump from 2D to 3D. Some, such as Super Mario, Final Fantasy, Metal Gear Solid and Zelda flourished; others struggled to convert their trademark mechanics to the third dimension, with camera issues often to...
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