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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT isn’t your regular Final Fantasy game. If anything, it’s a fighting game which is a love letter to the franchise, adding characters from every game released in the cannon, from the original NES game to Final Fantasy XV and Zero. This is not the greatest Final Fantasy game in the World, […]

Yume Nikki: Dream Diary on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Yume Nikki: Dream Diary is a 3D reimagining of Yume Nikki, a 2004 adventure game made with RPG Maker 2003, where you have to collect ‘effects’, although do’t imagine it’s as simple as that sounds, since even when I collected items, I didn’t always realise I was doing so. You have to traverse through some […]

Boo! Greedy Kid on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Boo! Greedy Kid is a game which has you controlling a small boy who takes pleasure in scaring people to death – or at least passing out, and coughing up their money. Across 99 levels in a brilliantly-designed retro 8-bit-style layout, with doors to go through, and bookcases to hide inside to avoid getting killed […]

Gravel on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Gravel is mostly an off-road rally racer type of game, with a number of different types of races, and all presented under the banner of a sports TV channel, ‘Gravel Channel Live’, as a Murray Walker-alike talks you through it, although he can also be muted… and he quickly was, on my game. There’s music […]

Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is out now, and it isn’t often that you can say that everything about a game is quite poor, yet you end up really enjoying it. This is definitely for the fans of the anime, or anime fans in general, because unfortunately as a stand alone game, it doesn’t […]

Kingdom Come: Deliverance on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is the first game from Warhorse Studios, and who have stated that they have gone for a historically accurate and realistic depiction of 1400s Europe. You won’t find dragons, orcs, elves and giant spiders here – you have normal everyday people getting mixed up in the machinations of a false king and […]

Lost Sphear on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Lost Sphear is out now on PS4, and in times of turmoil and uncertainty, we always know that Square Enix will keep those RPGs coming. This is a game from the developers of I am Setsuma, which was an enjoyable adventure that ended up getting a little tedious come the later hours. The director had […]

Monster Energy Supercross on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Monster Energy Supercross is the type of game I haven’t played in a while, and the way it plays when it comes to leaping over humps in the ground, must date back as far as Enduro Racer in the arcade and, a bit later, on the ZX Spectrum. The basics haven’t changed too much, and […]

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter is a mystery puzzle game where you take the lead as Paul Propsero, an investigator on your last case before retiring. You receive a letter from a young lad called Ethan Carter who, as the title suggests, has done a disappearing act, and you have to figure out what happened […]

The Curse of Osiris: Destiny 2 DLC on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

The Curse of Osiris is the first expansion for Destiny 2. I love the Destiny universe and always have enjoyed getting my teeth into the DLC. Even the first two which were released for the original game (Dark Below and House of Wolves), which are average at best held my attention as it was more […]

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