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  1. #359 - The Shapeshifting Detective That's more like it. I definitely preferred this to The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker. Another FMV adventure from D'Avekki Studios and published by Wales Interactive, this follows a similar setup to the previous game albeit in a much shorter format. You play as a private detective hired to solve a murder who can shapeshift into other characters, allowing you to unlock secret conversations and private encounters with them in order to gain clues and learn more about their motives. I think I preferred this one because of it's shorter length and I had fun trying to figure out who the killer was for myself. Having a far more likeable cast helped it too. Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 2/10
  2. #358 - The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker Well this was utterly exhausting Not that I didn't enjoy it because I did and I liked The Bunker and Late Shift (also published by Wales Interactive). But there's a lot to keep track of and for a game that features such limited interaction it gets quite tiring in an ironic way. You play as a psychiatrist, trying to solve a murder whilst treating the patients of the recently deceased Doctor Dekker. You can interrogate these patients by asking them predetermined questions and sometimes you'll be required to type in your own questions too which is quite cumbersome using a DualShock 4. I definitely don't recommend attempting to playthrough it in one sitting as it'll end up driving you as crazy as Doctor Dekker's patients. Speaking of which they're a pretty unlikeable bunch apart from sweet Elin. A slightly more sympathetic cast wouldn't have gone amiss. I enjoyed it but it isn't for everyone. Enjoyment: 5/10 Difficulty: 3/10
  3. Thankfully managed to grab it for free earlier. Will wait until after playing the first game before starting it I think. Hopefully all the issues will have been fixed by then. I hope a patch comes soon for those who've already started playing it.
  4. Ugh. I was hoping they'd tweak the requirement for the Explorer trophy in Jimmy's Vendetta and make it 100 miles or even 200. Not looking forward to doing that again Other than that though, I'm looking forward to earning the plat all over again. The original version of the game is one of my favourite platinums of all time. Need to go back and finish off the Joe's Adventures trophies on PS3 before I start this though
  5. I'm gonna get it. Big fan of Racer Revenge on PS2 and got all the trophies for the PS4 version but I've never actually played Episode One: Racer as I was a PS1 gamer back in the days when it was originally released so I'm excited to finally play it.
  6. #357 - Call of Cthulhu This was fine for the most part. It was a lot more linear than I expected it to be given it was marketed as an RPG when really it plays more like a first-person adventure game. The game's story is a well known one so I won't get into that but it does a very good job of serving up a creepy unsettling atmosphere. Jump scares are few and far between and the game's horror is more atmospheric in tone. The thing that got me down a little bit was how obtuse some of the puzzles are (Chapter 9 I'm looking at you) and if you've played the game you'll know what I mean. An overall enjoyable experience however. It was pretty good. Enjoyment: 8/10 Difficulty: 4/10
  7. I'd love to play through Mafia II again as I loved that game so I'll definitely be getting it again. Still need to finish off the Joe's Adventure DLC for the 100% though. I have to say the idea of doing the Explorer trophy all over again from the Jimmy's Vendetta DLC does fill me with dread. I had to rubber band my controller and leave my PS3 on overnight for two consecutive nights to pop that one Never actually played the first game so definitely interested in finally checking that out if it does get remastered. Hopefully the difficulty of that racing track mission will be lowered somehow as I've heard it's really hard and borderline unplayable for many. Probably wont bother with the Mafia III rerelease since it was on PS+ and I haven't even started it yet plus I picked up the season pass dirt cheap.
  8. Day One purchase for me as it was before the leaks. The obsessive complaining on the web from those who claim to no longer have any interest in the game and lectures from them on why others shouldn't buy it makes me want to play it even more. I don't see the point in wasting energy on that be honest.
  9. Ubisoft would be crazy to only release it on PS5. When the PS4 went on sale, they sold Black Flag as a launch title as well as it's PS3 release so I don't think there's any reason for them to not do that again this time.
  10. I'm glad it's not just me that enjoys these games I've platinumed all the others too.
  11. Already own Farming Simulator 19 - Platinum Edition physically and I'm really enjoying it at the moment so just Cities Skylines for me.
  12. Shame it's VR only. A bit out of my price range at the moment. Definitely interested in this but oh well.
  13. #356 - Gemini: Heroes Reborn I picked this up for a few pounds in a PSN sale a couple of years ago and it had been sitting on my hard drive untouched ever since until I decided to have a clearout of my digital backlog not long ago. I wasn't a fan of this game at all. Much like the TV show it's based on, I found it rather dull, bland and lifeless. The gameplay was tedious, the game mechanics are poorly explained and the story was boring too. I wasn't particularly impressed with the graphics either which resemble those of a PS3 game for the most part. I got a good chuckle from the absurdly comical ragdoll physics of the NPC's though which I found far more entertaining than the rest of the game. Entertainment: 2/10 Difficulty: 4/10
  14. #355 - AER: Memories of Old I adored this game. AER puts you in the shoes of Auk, a magical shape-shifting girl who can transform between human and bird and embarks on a pilgrimage to the Land of the Gods, as she explores a series of floating islands, solves puzzles and uncovers ruins left by an ancient civilization. The art style is absolutely stunning. The overall look and feel can be easily described as being a cross between Rime, Journey and Ico. The controls are very loose just like the first two which solidifies the comparisons with them. I only wish the game were a bit longer because I really enjoyed my time with it. Enjoyment: 9/10 Difficulty: 3/10