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Sam & Max Save the World review: Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed

Sam & Max: Save the World is a breath of fresh air. Which is funny, considering it’s a remastered version of a game released in 2009 by Telltale, a company now infamous for basically creating a genre and then oversaturating…

Otherworldly review: Any world but this

Otherworldly is a horror game that tasks players with crawling the depths of a randomly generated maze, collecting treasure and finding their way to freedom. There’s bits of Amnesia and Slender, both very well respected titles in their own right…

Ski Sniper review: The downward slope

We live in a world filled with genius indie games that regularly outpace triple A studios in terms of charm, innovation and design. As the top of the industry seems to slowly coagulate into a homogenised blob of semi-open world…

Crusader Kings III review: Family feuds

Reviewing a game like Crusader Kings III is a pretty dense task. The game is a thick, weighty tome, filled with abandoned bookmarks and long stretches of seemingly dull historical information. This is a game that could be played for…

Edifier G2 II headset review

We love Edifier here at FULLSYNC. Their commitment to quality audio products with unique design makes them a very appealing alternative to mainstream brands, and that’s certainly helped by the premium feel that usually comes with their kit. I’ve covered…

At Dead of Night review: The wrath of Jimmy

A haunted hotel. A crazed proprietor. A lot of doors. It all goes down… At Dead of Night. Teenage girl trapped alone in a haunted hotel, stalked by a deranged lunatic, relying on her wits to survive, solve the mystery…

Warhammer: Vermintide II review: Extreme pest control

Vermintide II is the unsurprisingly named follow up to Vermintide – it was originally released in 2018, along with a host of DLC packages, but does Fatshark‘s fantasy take on Left 4 Dead still have any life left in it?…

HIVESWAP: Act 2 review: Trolled :o)

HIVESWAP‘s first act was released in 2017, years after an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign that raised almost two and a half million dollars. A huge chunk of that money vanished in suspicious circumstances (through no fault of the people running…

Observer: System Redux review: Dreams of a dark future

Observer: System Redux is an update for PC and next-gen consoles, available now.Observer was originally released in 2017 on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Poland’s Bloober Team have made huge strides in the horror genre, releasing the dynamic,…

WoodZone preview

WoodZone, eh? I wonder if I can write this entire piece without making some sort of sensual lumberjack innuendo? I’ve had an enticing peek behind the doors of WoodZone in its early days, and it’s promising me the big wide…