About: Chris Kyriacou

Chris Kyriacou

I've been an avid gamer since the age of 6, with my first ever console and game being the PlayStation 1 and Crash Bandicoot. I've lived and loved the great Gameboy era and I'm passionate about portable gaming. I'm currently playing most consoles, but love the Nintendo 3DS, Vita, PlayStation 4 and most recently, the Nintendo Switch! My dream job would be in game journalism or as a game developer, and my plan for retirement is to go back and play my shameless and ever-growing backlog of games.

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Secret of Mana PlayStation 4 & Vita Review

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Join us as Chris takes an indepth look at Secret of Mana for the PlayStation 4 and Vita systems.  You can watch our full review right below. Thank you to Bandai Namco for providing a copy of Secret of Mana for review purposes....

Bayonetta Nintendo Switch Video Review

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Bayonetta makes its way to the Nintendo Switch and Chris is here with his full review as to whether you give it a go or leave it stuck in purgatory. Thank you to Nintendo for providing a copy of Bayonetta for review on the Nintendo Switch....

Lost Sphear PlayStation 4 Review

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Classic JRPG ambition. Lost Sphear is Tokyo RPG Factory’s latest attempt at capturing 90’s JRPG fans once over, and in almost every regard, it has succeeded in doing so. With heavy influences from both classic JRPGs and new-age renditions, Lost Sphear creates a touching story and likeable characters, making for a solid JRPG title to add to your library across Continue Reading...

Shadow of the Colossus PlayStation 4 Review

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A colossal reimagining. 2005 may go down as one of my most memorable and favourable years in gaming. I was blessed with the presence of three incredible games, two of which kickstarted or defined a series. These three memorable titles included the action cult classic God of War, sim racing staple Gran Turismo 4, and a newcomer to the gaming Continue Reading...

Mario Party: The Top 100 Nintendo 3DS Review

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A Party In Your Pocket. Never judge a book by its cover. Mario Party: The Top 100 combines two things I love most about the Mario universe; my favourite mini-games amongst the flurry of bite-sized micro-games littered throughout each title of the Mario Party series, and the ‘world-level style’ semantics a standard Mario platformer offers – this time, via Minigame Continue Reading...

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