Gareth Brierley

I am an actor and a writer. I act quite a bit on stage, a little bit on tv and never on tuesdays. I have had some of my writing published and have written for TV and stage. I have been playing games since they begun and don't seem to be getting any better.

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Tenderfoot Tactics Review

Tenderfoot Tactics is one of those games that must be tried at some point in your gaming career.

Unlife Review

If it wasn’t for the control scheme, Unlife could well have had something about it.

Cat and Ghostly Road Review

It's the journey from mountain to heaven itself that is the star of Cat and Ghostly Road - highly original and deeply atmospheric to play.

GENIE Reprise Review

Tonguç Bodur is capable of creating some brilliantly relaxing walking sims, mixing in strange fairy tales and calming visuals. GENIE Reprise is one of those better games

Rising Lords Review

There is a great game hidden away in Rising Lords, with lots of options to play through and a good story.

Exclusive Interview – Understanding The Invincible with Starward Industries

We wanted to find out more about The Invincible, what prompted its creation and how Starward went about delivering it. Maciej Dobrowolski, CMO at Starward Industries was more than happy to tell us more. 

The Spy Who Shot Me Review

The Spy Who Shot Me is fine, but it doesn't feel very polished and it failed to hit the funny bone.

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown Review

It's great to see the Prince of Persia franchise back in the public eye once more, especially with The Lost Crown paying homage to the original 1989 game.

Bahnsen Knights Review

If you loved the other games in the series, then Bahnsen Knights is a must-buy.

Re.Surs Review

The story of Re.Surs is deep and spiralling whilst the narrative strikes a good tone, both in its serious moments and the comedic ones.

Paperman: Adventure Delivered Review

Paperman: Adventure Delivered presents a cute story with some fun characters and a colourful world to explore.

The Library of Babel Review

The engaging cutscenes that take us through this stunning world, introducing the main character, should be enough to hook you into The Library of Babel. But the main problem the game has is found in the mechanics.

Nightmare Reaper Review

You’ll have an absolute blast with Nightmare Reaper - at least for the first couple of hours.

Slayers X: Terminal Aftermath: Vengeance of the Slayer Review

Slayers X: Terminal Aftermath: Vengeance of the Slayer is one of those games in which the creative choices should be applauded; at times, it feels genius.

Barton Lynch Pro Surfing Review

Whether it has long term appeal is up for debate, but Barton Lynch Pro Surfing is quite probably the best surfing game money can currently buy.  

Gray Dawn Review

Gray Dawn will happily immerse you into a good story that mixes many different styles.

DETECTIVE: Stella Porta Case Review

Perhaps it could do with a few more cases and a little longer in terms of gameplay hours, but DETECTIVE: Stella Porta Case is worth spending time with.

Emergency Call: The Attack Squad Review

A sim-game that comes with arcade elements, you should have some fun with Emergency Call: The Attack Squad

Criminal Expert Review

The ambition of Criminal Expert is high and I love a lot of what it tries to do in terms of mixing FMV with actual detective-styled gameplay.

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As it stands, there is something missing from Expeditions: A MudRunner Game.

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While some momentum-killing levels and technical issues hold Penny's Big Breakaway back from perfection, the killer aesthetics and buttery smooth gameplay loop make the game an undeniable breakout hit.

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