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Arca’s Path VR on PS4 / PSVR – The DVDfever Review

Arca’s Path VR is a new virtual reality game on both PSVR and Steam which takes a very simple idea, but is also one that is very sound. Strap yourself in (with a VR helmet), and tilt your head in all angles to move a ball move around the track, so this is very similar […]

Burger Time and Karate Champ Mini Arcade – My Arcade gameplay

Burger Time and Karate Champ are now available as 6″ machines from Data East, and like the previous similar machines, they’re the NES ROMs rather than the original arcade games, but are they still any good? Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the same year. Running DVDfever.co.uk […]

Iris.Fall on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Iris.Fall is… a very weird puzzle game, which felt similar to Deadlight: Director’s Cut, as well as This War Of Mine, as in those, you’re walking along a single plane, although with this, you can walk all around the room, but the connection is that for parts of certain rooms, you must switch from looking […]

The Messenger on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

The Messenger is a new platformer where – and I won’t go into too much detail because I just like to get stuck into these sorts of games – a ninja village is given hell by a Demon King, and that all will be solved as you, the ‘Western Hero’ is given a scroll to […]

Spyro Reignited Trilogy on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Spyro Reignited Trilogy is out now, and the first title, Spyro The Dragon, was originally released in 1999. I wondered, when I saw the re-release, why I felt zero nostalgia. Then I realised that it was a similar time to the release of Final Fantasy VII, and all was understood. The Spyro Trilogy is another […]

Call of Cthulhu on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Call of Cthulhu is out now, and the works of HP Lovecraft have fascinated those who love horror and mysterious places for countless years. Oddly, though, during his life his work wasn’t particularly popular and didn’t really start getting recognised, or read, till his death in 1937. Since then, there have been countless authors who […]

Battlefield V on PC / Origin – The DVDfever Review

Battlefield V begins with an intro level, talked through to you by Kingsman actor and Vue voiceover guy who tells you not to talk during the film, Mark Strong, as you’re given a brief, playable run-through of a number of key moments in World War II, showing how this brilliantly follows on from 2016’s Battlefield […]

Castlevania Requiem on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Castlevania Requiem shows now we have Konami re-releasing older generation games on modern platforms, and here we have Rondo of Blood and Symphony of the Night! Rondo of Blood is a more traditional Castlevania game, initially released on the PC Engine CD-ROM during 1993 and later ported to the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) in […]

Hitman 2 (2018) on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Hitman 2 (2018) feels very much like a Bond film when it starts up on the Prologue level, as Agent 47 comes into view on a night boat to a beach house to track down some info on a particular baddie, but as luck would have it, they soon return and your mission changes to […]

Red Dead Redemption 2 on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Red Dead Redemption 2 is out now, and after the success of Red Dead Redemption, a sequel eventually had to happen. After the tearaway success of GTA V, what could Rockstar possibly do to follow on from that? Almost anything would be pale in comparison! After an announcement in late 2017, Red Dead Redemption 2 […]

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