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Overcooked!: The Lost Morsel DLC (PS4) Review: Waffer Thin Mint

I LOVED Overcooked! Easy to pick up, slightly more challenging to master (original review can be found here). The Lost Morsel DLC adds six new levels to the local co-op cook-‘em-up on a new self-contained island. That our master chefs find themselves on because of a time travel malfunction. Obviously. Six extra levels doesn’t sound…

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Jazzpunk: Director’s Cut (PS4) Review – Bat**** Country

Jazzpunk is a first-person adventure game from Necrophone Games, in which you play as Polybank (a silent protagonist), working as a spy in a fictionalised 1950’s world. It is also completely, marvellously, absurd. It feels like being inside Vic and Bob’s head while they are on a particularly intense acid trip. In a good way.…

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Seasons After Fall Review – Fantastic Mr. Fox

Do you ever wish you had the power to change the seasons instantly? What about possessing the body of a fox? Even if you’ve never had either of those two (admittedly quite niche) power fantasies, Seasons After Fall might be up your alley. A beautiful Metroidvania style platform game, Seasons After Fall features sublime, hand-drawn…

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Overcooked! (PS4) Review: Are you cookin’ at me?

Cooking has never been so fashionable. “Clean eating” is everywhere. Masterchef is on at least four channels simultaneously 24/7. Instagram is a hive of heavily filtered pictures of artisanal quinoa in hand crafted bowls. With Overcooked!, have we finally reached peak cooking? First off, Overcooked! is a gigantic steaming pot of fun. The premise is…