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Ben is a self-proclaimed casual gamer with no real interest in competitive gaming; that is, until he starts to lose. While he prefers to turn to his PlayStation 4 for his daily gaming fix, he can also be found playing games he forgot he owned on Steam. Other than gaming, Ben tends to spend his days unconscious, reading the same 60 comic books he owns over and over or playing some sort of role-playing game.

Miitomo: What on Earth is it?

If you have a smart phone or some sort of mobile device, a tablet or whatever, as well as a presence on social media,...

Risk of Rain Review

There are a lot of games nowadays, usually being indie titles, that I think seem quaint and endearing, perhaps they have a story to...

Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure Review

I can't say I've had too much exposure to the sport of dodgeball growing up, though I suppose it isn't a very English sport. There...

Blast ‘Em Bunnies Review

If you were thrown into Blast 'Em Bunnies without prior research, you'd consider it to be a child's game, with the somewhat childish art...

Unravel Review

How often is a game released that both appeals to all ages, manages to stun players with its visuals and leaves a lasting impression well...

Top 10 Catastrophic Events in Video Games

Something that always catches my attention, always makes my heart sink, always leaves me super pumped, is a good ol' in-game catastrophe. I'm not...

Stardust Vanguards Review

Who do I have to talk to about having games put in an arcade cabinet? Because I desperately want Stardust Vanguards in a cabinet,...

Rubber Ducky and the Rainbow Gun Review

A week ago, if you were to approach me and utter the words, "Oh man, have you played Rubber Ducky and the Rainbow Gun?"...

THE BIT.TRIP Review

Let's take a trip my friends, a bit.trip (eh, eh?). By now, I'm sure most of you have heard of the BIT.TRIP series of games....
Legacy of Dorn Herald of Oblivion

Legacy of Dorn: Herald of Oblivion Review

In a digital sense, Warhammer on a whole is becoming more and more popular as days go by, with recent releases of Vermintide and the...

ROOT Review

Off the bat, I had a bad feeling about Deep Fried Enterprises' ROOT as soon as I clicked play and the only option I had...

Get Ready for Friday the 13th: The Game

For the first time since 1989, players have the chance to visit Camp Crystal Lake, site of the Friday the 13th slaughters. Do you...

Forced Review

Beta Dwarf's co-op arcade adventure game pits you against hordes of bothersome whelps before allowing you to take on a variety of unique boss...

SkyScrappers Review

SkyScrappers, developed by indie game devs Ground Shatter, is an arcade platformer-brawler designed to take players back to the nineties. Compete with up to three...

Airships: Conquer The Skies – Early Access Review

As war rages throughout your homelands, you must engineer the greatest mechanical wonders the world has ever seen! David Stark's Airships: Conquer the Skies takes...

Shoppe Keep – Early Access Review

Have you ever wandered into a store in Skyrim or your other preferred RPG and just thought, "I do wonder how the store owner...

Unfair Jousting Fair Review

Ever since childhood, it has been everyone's dream to one day become champion of unicycle jousting. Alas, 'tis rare that such an aspiration become reality....

Games That Changed Our Lives #7: The Dragon Age Series

Guild Wars, World of Warcraft, Neverwinter... The list of RPGs I've played and thoroughly enjoyed throughout my life goes on, but none will ever...

Counterspy Review

It’s the 1950s, it’s cold and there’s a war on. Missile threats from both the Soviet forces and American/NATO alliances jeopardise the "peaceful" balance...

Xeodrifter Review

Don't you just hate it when you're just trying to enjoy a nice drive around your local solar system and an overly aggressive meteorite...
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