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Georgina Young

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British girl, currently in Japan. Surviving on a diet of retro games. Worshiping the god that is the Sega Megadrive. I like Nintendo.


Last Day of June Review – Takes Place in Fall

Always a fan of short character driven narratives, Last Day of June piqued my interest. After finishing my playthrough, I can see why this game comes packaged with Brothers: A Tale of Two…

Yakuza Kiwami Review – Ramen Origins

I was pretty late coming into the Yakuza series, so I got the opportunity to see Yakuza Kiwami, through fresh eyes. A remake of the original Yakuza game on PlayStation 2,…

Yakuza Kiwami Preview – Not Just Another Remake

Sega has truly spoiled gamers this year by localizing not one but two titles from their famous Yakuza series. Released back in January this year, Yakuza 0 came out to rave reviews.…

Death Squared Review – Dull Death Traps

The couch co-op genre has had a resurgence of late. While online co-op is still by far the more popular format, the success of games such as Snipperclips, Overcooked and Keep Talking and…

Godus an “Ongoing Project” States 22cans CEO

There have been questions surrounding the development of Godus, a god simulation game by industry legend Peter Molyneux, ever since he kickstarted the project back in 2012. In June of last…

Salt and Sanctuary Review – Born of Souls

I’ve been reviewing Salt and Sanctuary for the Playstation Vita for a while. Those who read my First Impressions will know that I stopped playing for about a month because of bugs and…

Full Throttle Remastered Review – As Good as You Remember

Full Throttle Remastered is Double Fine’s latest re-release of Tim Schafer’s old properties from his LucasArts days. The classic point and clicks Grim Fandango and Day of the Tentacle have…

A Rose in the Twilight Review – Creepy, Cute, Captivating

A Rose in the Twilight is the latest by Nippon Ichi Software the developers behind The Firefly Diary and Yomawari: Night Alone. Keeping to their unique, creepy and cute art style, A Rose in…

Salt and Sanctuary Vita Impressions – Boss Beat em Up

With Salt and Sanctuary’s initial release for Playstation 4 coming last year, when playing through the latest port of the game on Playstation Vita I wanted to skip first impressions and head…

The Inner Darkness Review – Pretty Indie Puzzles

2D puzzle platformers are a jam I’ve been into for a long time, along with discovering little-known indie games. Short and succinct always wins over long and dragged out, which…

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