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Bradley has been part of the Gamestyle team since 2010 and has become a regular reviewer for the site. His passion is for Ice Hockey, both virtual and in the real world. That doesn't mean he is a one dimensional gamer, he'll pretty much play anything he gets his hands on.

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Review


There are two things that will hit you immediately if you are making your first foray into the Disgaea series with this entry. First the lighthearted overtones to the story and characters and second, the initially confusing mechanics. But with a little patience and some effort from yourself, you can find a very rewarding experience.  You take on the role ... Read More »

The Last Tinker: City of Colors Review


Remember that blurry photo in the tabloids that looked like Tearaway was leaving Assassin’s Creed’s home very early in the morning and there was all that speculation? Well of course not, because that would be absurd, these are video games and not human beings.  However The Last Tinker is definitely the illegitimate love child of those two games and is ... Read More »

Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition Review


It says a lot about Sony’s recent attitude when it comes to what it allows on its consoles. Not a week seems to go by where there isn’t a new Indie title coming out on their system. Many of them have still been what you would consider traditional game types. However, the simulator genre is something that only a few ... Read More »

Gravity Crash Ultra Review


Was you one of those that played Gravity Crash when it released on the PS3? You know, those days before Indies were mainstream. If so then you’ll hopefully remember a game that was rather challenging, yet awfully satisfying, maybe you even got the PSP port of the game.  Well now Gravity Crash has been re-imagined, given a lick of paint ... Read More »

Metrico Review


Infographics! boring when it comes to business presentations, mildly more interesting when used to visually show stats such as what percentage of goals were scored by a sportsman from certain areas, with which foot and in which minute of the game. But did you know they can also be the base for a puzzle platforming game? Well the team at Digital Dreams hope you will find the concept an exciting one. Read More »

Table Top Racing Review


Micro Machines was a damned fine series of games, working brilliantly, both in  single player and local multiplayer  variations. It was the ideal party game. However it has been a long time since not only the games, but indeed the toys were popular, but there are some who still loved what was on offer and it is clear the is ... Read More »

Road Not Taken Review


The great thing about Indie games is that despite many being part of the same genre they rarely fall into the trap of being identikit games. The same goes for Spry Fox’s latest release Road Not Taken. What you have here is another Roguelike, but it does plenty different to make it a worthwhile addition to genre. Road Not Taken ... Read More »

Pure Pool Review


Pool games over the years have never really been a gauge in which to test the power of a console, but it has always been interesting to see how the better hardware has affected things such as physics. Which has meant that since the days of Jimmy White’s Whirlwind Snooker and Super Sidepockets, that the pool game has certainly improved. ... Read More »

The Swapper Review


Many Indie based puzzle platformers have some kind of hook, in The Swapper the hook is that you need to create clones of yourself to navigate through the various levels. What makes The Swapper a special game though is how well the various different parts come together to create something rather remarkable. The atmosphere, the mechanics, the level structure, all ... Read More »

Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Review


Back in 1997 a new character was born. His name was Abe and he would soon become a cult icon for many. His game Abe’s Oddyssey became somewhat of a cult hit too. A puzzle platformer that had a story smothered in satire. In fact, a lot of the story still holds true in today’s world 17 years later. We ... Read More »

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