All Sonic: My Attempt To Play Almost Every Sonic Game

I have decided to set myself a challenge: try to play as many Sonic games as possible. This will be between different games and not non stop after each other. I will be playing the best versions of games rather then the very original ones, although vastly different versions will count separately (16 bit and

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Quick Review: Gorogoa

Version played: Xbox Series S A very unique puzzle game, with lots of beautiful art. You are a young boy who sees a dragon, and must gather 5 fruits to make an offering (or something, the story is done via imagery alone) and you must help him. This one is quite difficult to explain. You

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Review: The Pedestrian

Version Played: Xbox Series S I was expecting a simple platformer, the novel concept of running through signs seemed interesting, but I had no idea that the simple idea was such an important part of the gameplay itself. You play as a stickman – the generic kind you see on various signs (like the toilet

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Review: Sunset Overdrive

Version Played: Xbox Series S Crazy, over the top and a ton of fun. Sunset Overdrive is stupid in all the right ways. An energy drinks company (who happen to be the biggest company in the world) releases their new drink ealy in Sunset City, but has the unintended side effect of turning everyone into

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Review: A Plague Tale: Innocence

Version Played: Xbox Series S I was honestly expecting a kind of “walking simulator” from this, but it’s very much a stealth-puzzle game with a heavy focus on story. A Plague Tale is set in 14th century France, you are the daughter of a lord, your brother has a mysterious illness and you are both

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Quick Review: The Gunk

Exploring a strange energy spike on what seems to be a desolate rock, The Gunk has you encounter a strange substance that seems to be suppressing life on the planet. The game is filled with a sense of wonder as you remove this gunk and restore the life it had “killed”, resulting in some beautiful

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Quick Review: Lake

Lake is a game set in the 80s and is about a woman who has gotten fed up with life at a programming firm in a big city and has the opportunity to take over her dad’s old job as a postal worker for two weeks. Throughout her stay, her interactions with people will help

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Review: Alice: Madness Returns

This one is very different in style to the first game, and I really enjoyed it. The biggest initial difference is that it’s dark in the “tragic” sense and not just hard to see: some of the levels are brightly coloured but with troubling imagery. It also has an actual story to it, revolving around

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Review: American McGee’s Alice

Version Played: Xbox Series S (inside Alice: Madness Returns) I’ve been curious about Alice: Madness Returns so I figured that I would check the first game out before playing (which is actually included in its entirety in Madness Returns). The series is about a girl with mental issues, who retreats into Wonderland in her mind.

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Quick Review: The Matrix Awakens Experience

Version played: Xbox Series S A tech demo showcasing what next gen consoles can do, and it really does look spectacular, even on the Xbox Series S. It starts with a simple combat scene, an on-rail shooting section where you fend off agents from the back of a car, and then you get to explore

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Review: Evil Genius 2: World Domination

Version played: Xbox Series S Evil Genius 2 is essentially Theme Hospital but for Bond villains instead of doctors. You build your own secret lair and launch a plan to take over the world. You start out with a fairly small lair, building the necessities you need. One aspect that I haven’t seen much of

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