Intruders: Hide and Seek may be basic and straightforward in its approach, but it's an enjoyable horror gaming experience with VR functionality.
Rob Gordon is a writer and musician from Brighton, United Kingdom. A Creative Writing Masters graduate from the University of Exeter, Rob has his roots in fiction writing but also has extensive experience writing about video games and the video game industry. As well as this, Rob is at home with a focus on film and television, particularly when it comes to the realms of horror. Alongside his writing, Rob plays in two UK-based musical acts, the electro-pop band Palomino Club and rock band Titans & Kings, and also lends his vocal talents to the Big Boys Don't Cry podcast, which reviews and discusses romantic comedies. The bands and the podcast can be found on all good digital distribution platforms, and Rob can also be found on Twitter.
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Rain of Reflections: Chapter 1 combines point and click adventure with turn-based strategy to share an interesting if slightly clunky sci-fi tale.
GRID brings back the series with great success, showcasing a flexibility rarely seen in racing games that caters for everyone with little compromise.
Neo Cab manages to interweave a well-built cyberpunk dystopia with a cast of memorable characters, delivering an impactful story-driven experience.
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Gears 5 takes steps forward for the franchise, providing the bombastic, bloody violence of the series with both a greater scope and intimate story.
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Vicious Circle bites off more than it can chew when it comes to gameplay elements, but still provides a slice of multiplayer fun in places.
Winds of Change is an interesting visual novel that tells a well-crafted fantasy tale, but that gets bogged down in inter-character relationships.
Shortest Trip to Earth is a brutal spacefaring roguelike, whose challenge occasionally undermines the depth and quality of the overall experience.
Morphies Law gets an updated PC release, but its bright visuals and style can't quite overcome a lack of longevity and its odd clunky moment.
Elo Hell tries to bring pro gaming to life as a comedic sitcom, but struggles to find a place with its gameplay or with its down-to-earth writing.
Dry Drowning blends hard-boiled detective tropes with an interesting dystopian mystery, which just about manages to cover its gameplay restrictions.
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