The Count Lucanor brings another indie puzzle title to the table, but this one attempts to bring some horror with it. But, how does it hold up in a popular genre, which has some great games already?
Cheats in games have been around for a long time, but the ease of inputting a code is long gone. Since then we have had the team behind Xploder making this still possible. The software is now available for Playstation 4, so how easy to use and reliable is the software?
Max The Curse of Brotherhood has been around for a while now, but it has eventually made its way over to Playstation 4. This is a game I never thought I would see on this console, due to the fact it was developed by Press Play, one of Microsoft’s first party studios meaning it was also published by Microsoft. But, after the closure of the studio, it’s made it’s way to Sony’s console – the question is how does it hold-up four years later?
Wuppo came to PC all the way back in September 2016 via Steam, and now it has been ported over to consoles. I personally had never heard about the game until I got offered the code. So, what sort of impression did Wuppo leave on me?
Ultra Ultra a studio in Copenhagen bring is their debut game in ECHO. A game made by old members of the IO Interactive team, that looks at stealth in a whole new way – but, does ECHO do enough to sneak up and surprise you?