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Chris McMullen

Weekend Editor // Chris has been gaming since the days of the Acorn Electron, which was allegedly purchased to 'help him with his homework'. You can probably guess how well that went. He’ll tackle most genres – football titles aside – though he has a taste for games that that are post-apocalyptic, horror-oriented or thought provoking in nature.
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Sony’s Playstation Vita and PS3 Stores Are Closing Down

Sony have confirmed that, as of July and August, you'll no longer be able to buy PS3 and PS Vita games digitally.
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Chronicle of Innsmouth: Mountains of Madness Review

Chronicle of Innsmouth: Mountains of Madness stretches itself too far but there's still things to love about this Lovecraftian adventure.
Moonglow Bay

Moonglow Bay Promises To Be an Adorable, Blocky, Fishing RPG

Moonglow Bay invites you to go fishing to revive the fortunes of a failing, voxel-art town.
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Monster Hunter Rise Ships Over 4 Million Switch Copies

Capcom beastie-slaughtering game Monster Hunter Rise has already shipped more than four million copies on Nintendo Switch.
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Cyberpunk 2077 1.2 Patch Notes Promise Over 500 Fixes

CD Projekt Red have release the patch notes for Cyberpunk's 2077's 1.2 patch, including a massive 500+ fixes.
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The Suez-Blocking Boat Has Been Modded into Flight Simulator

The canal-clogging container ship may have been refloated, but her heart will go on forever in Flight Simulator.
Green Hell

Green Hell Will Bring its Jungle Nightmare to Consoles

Green Hell, a jungle-based survival adventure that sees you doing something horrific things to stay alive, is coming to console.
Clockwork Aquario

Clockwork Aquario is a Resurrected Cutesy Platformer

Clockwork Aquario is a resurrected cutesy platformer that very nearly saw the light of day in the 1990s.
Inner Ashes

Inner Ashes Will Tell a Story About Alzheimer’s

Inner Ashes is a PS4-exclusive puzzle adventure about a man who, thanks to Alzheimer's, is slowly losing his memories.

Groundbreaking 90s Show GamesMaster is Getting a Book

Currently being funded on Kickstarter, GamesMaster: The Oral History is a book about the ground-breaking 90s games show.

Here Are Last Night’s BAFTA Games Award 2021 Winners

The BAFTA Game Awards 2021 took place last night, albeit virtually. But who walked away with a faintly disturbing mask-on-a-stick?
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Ion Fury is Getting an Expansion Pack This Summer

Retro shooter Ion Fury is getting an expansion in the shape of Ion Fury: Aftermath,

Horrifying Sub Game Barotrauma is Free to Try Right Now

Barotrauma will put you off open-sea swimming for life and, until the end of today, it's free to try.
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Hitman 3 is Getting New “7 Deadly Sins” DLC

Hitman 3 is getting new paid DLC, themed around the seven deadly sins.
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Fifteen Years Later, Serious Sam 2 Has Got a New Update

After fifteen years, frantic FPS Serious Sam 2 has got a new update, and we're not talking about a few measly fixes either.
Forgotten Fields

Forgotten Fields is Riding Onto Steam This April

Forgotten Fields invite you to hop your moped (you do have one, right?) and go on a road trip.
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Serious Sam 4 Now Has Mod and Steam Workshop Support

As of today, hyperactive shoot-em-up Serious Sam 4 has mod and Steam workshop support.

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