About: Leon Peters-Malone

Leon Peters-Malone

Old hat gamer who’s start goes back to the Sega MegaDrive and still remembers seeing the Genesis on store shelves. Mainly a strategy gamer, I dabble in most other genres. There’s a long list of stand out titles I want to see come back, Ground Control, Homeworld, MechCommander, a proper send off to the Tiberium world of Westwood’s creation. Also very partial to most things set in space, especially at the fleet side of things. Current gaming gear include the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, PS3 and PC.

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Drifting Lands PC Review

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Having fond memories of things in the style of R-Type, Raiden arcade game I was expecting something of that sort, short burn lives, lots of projectiles to avoid and plenty of big scary bad guys. All of that is here and more, modifiable ships, different grades of missions and refreshingly short but fulfilling missions. Not only that a fairly strong Continue Reading...

House of Da Vinci Review iOS

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There’s something to be said for games like this. Especially when you have as stunningly good as this. Perhaps for the first time, after making my way through, I can’t remember the exact solution to many of the puzzles. Not only that, I can’t think of one time where I was just completely frustrated and stuck at a puzzle. There’s Continue Reading...

Everspace PC Review

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Games set in space are dime a dozen, from the fleet based to the old Wing Commander series. Few truly can get space right, giving the people full freedom of movement. Six degrees of freedom is hard to learn at first, but once you know, you can easily outfly the AI. Gameplay When I first booted this up, I was Continue Reading...

Endless Space 2 Review

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Endless Space has a sequel and it’s a very worthy successor to the first. Not only does this sharpen and streamline the experience, it also adds depth. This depth can be hard to find, yet the new faction and more complex terraforming do change the game. Just like the Civilisation series, one more turn is almost impossible to keep to, Continue Reading...

Monument Valley 2, iOS Review

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When I discovered the first, I was stunned, that something could be so simple. Yet, so difficult at the same time. Puzzles solved by a matter of perspective and perspective alone really challenged. Here it continues and does so wonderfully. Gameplay Just like before, these puzzles are solved by a matter of perspective. Some of the times you’re the one Continue Reading...

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