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Becca Smith

Becca Smith
Becca knew that she would be addicted to video games for the rest of her life when she saw the first pixelated zombie shambling across her TV screen while playing Resident Evil 3. She particularly enjoys being scared, laughing until she cries, or just plain crying while experiencing games. When she isn't playing games she loves spoiling her cat Usagi and eating any kind of sushi she can find.

Shift Happens Review

Shift Happens is an adorable platforming puzzle game where you play as two science experiments who can grow or shrink themselves.

Free Game Friday – Home Story: 1971

Not only is Friday a day to celebrate the oncoming weekend, get a takeaway and go out for a couple of bevvies with your...

One More Story Games: A Company That Encourages Everyone to Make a Game

One More Story doesn’t just create games themselves, they also help others create their own games. With a tool called 'StoryStylus', children as young as 10 are creating their own story-driven adventures.

Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns Review

If you really like managing your own farm or if, like me, you’re just crawling out of a 60+ hour Stardew Valley binge and...

Free Game Friday: Quick, Draw!

For this week's Free Game Friday we're taking a look at a game that I am currently obsessed with: Quick, Draw!

Resident Evil 7’s Banned Footage Vol. 2 is Well Worth Its Price

Resident Evil 7's new DLC Banned Footage Vol. 2 includes three additional modes for players to enjoy and it is well worth its price.

New Point and Click Adventure Game ‘The Wardrobe’ Now 15% Off on Steam

The Wardrobe is a classic point and click inspired by the likes of Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle.

First Impact: Rise of a Hero Preview – Less Hero, More Zero

First Impact has a nice look to it, a fun soundtrack, and a good concept, but it needs a hell of a lot of fine tuning.

A Normal Lost Phone Review

A Normal Lost Phone is a game with a really brilliant concept. It covers complicated, sensitive topics which, in many ways, is a bold and brave thing to do in today’s world.

Free Game Friday: You Have 10 Seconds

For today's Free Game Friday we’re taking a look at You Have 10 Seconds, a fast-paced platformer with much more to it then what meets the eye.

The Walking Dead – A New Frontier Available in Retail Stores on 28th February

For those of you who prefer your goods physical, Telltale are releasing a disc version of A New Frontier on 28th February in North America and 3rd March in Europe.

Phoning Home Review

It's a little bit E.T. and a little bit Wall-E, but altogether, Phoning Home is a beautiful and enjoyable adventure.

Resident Evil 7’s DLC is Worth Every Penny

With Banned Footage Vol. 1 already available, and Vol. 2 coming on 14th February, Resident Evil 7's DLC is well worth picking up.

Free Game Friday: Picross Touch

For today's Free Game Friday we're taking a look at Picross Touch, a fun and very addictive puzzle game available on Steam.

Free Game Friday: Evangeline

This week for Free Game Friday we're taking a look at Evangeline, a first person narrative game from Raconteur Games.

The Lion’s Song: Episode 2 – Anthology Review

'Anthology' is a fantastic second episode to the series and players that enjoyed its first surely will not be disappointed.

Overwatch Announces Chinese New Year Event Coming Next Week

Overwatch jumps in on celebrating the Chinese Year of the Rooster with a new event kicking off on 25th January.

Free Game Friday: The Journey Home

Today for Free Game Friday we're taking a look at The Journey Home: the sequel to last week's game, Home.

‘The Piano’ Looks to be a Terrific Psychological Horror

The Piano is shaping up to to be a captivating psychological horror game with a great story and interesting enemies and puzzles.

Free Game Friday: Home

This week's Free Game Friday, Home, is the perfect remedy for someone who just needs a quick get away into another world.

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