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Alex Decker has been playing video games ever since he was young enough to understand how to use a controller. His passion for video games has persisted and grown as he has, into early adulthood, developing a particular penchant towards action-adventure and horror titles. When not immersing himself within video games, you can find Alex busying himself with studying for his History degree or singing along to any song by the Goo Goo Dolls. I hear his shower singing is very good indeed.

Small Radios Big Televisions Review

In the changing video game landscape, many games produced today would’ve been unimaginable even just 10 years ago. More and more, developers are challenging the...

Rogue Wizards Review

Deep into a dungeon, surrounded by foes, allies defeated, and health low, I fear my time is up. My health bar is depleting, the dungeon’s...

Tetraminos Review

If you haven’t guessed it from the game’s title, Tetraminos is, for all intents and purposes, the beloved Tetris with a different name and...

Claire: Extended Cut Review

Claire: Extended Cut, a 2D pixelated horror title from Hailstorm Games will immediately draw comparisons to 2012 indie hit Lone Survivor. Indeed, both in style...

Alone With You Review

Alone With You, a self-described "sci-fi romance adventure" from the creator of indie darling Home, Benjamin Rivers, is a rather unusual experience. Alone With You lingers...

Assassin’s Creed: Ezio Collection headed to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One?

It appears as though Ubisoft may be bringing everyone's favourite Assassin to the new generation of consoles. The listing of an 'Assassin's Creed: Ezio Collection'...

Why Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is The Series’ Best

On 10 May 10 2016, developer Naughty Dog finally released the much-anticipated fourth mainline instalment in the seminal Uncharted series to widespread critical acclaim. Bringing hero Nathan Drake's...

Demetrios – The BIG Cynical Adventure Review

The point-and-click genre has witnessed somewhat of a revival in popularity over the past few years. Central to this newfound surge of popularity has arguably...

10 Games Set in the Past that are Totally Worth Your Time

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel back in time? If you’re like me and you have indeed imagined such...

Spy Chameleon Review

Combining the stealth elements from the Sly Cooper series with the arcade trial and error gameplay of Super Meat Boy, Spy Chameleon is a...

Of Carrots and Blood Review

You would be forgiven for not knowing a lot about Of Carrots and Blood; a top-down, twin stick shooter from developer Trite Games, as...
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