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Graham is a one man blogger over at Digital Brain and a lifelong gamer. He has a penchant for Dark Souls, immersive sims and coffee. An avid appreciation of kittens keeps him sane.
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Review: Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Makes a Valiant Leap to PC

Trails of Cold Steel is a charming and lighthearted story of eight gifted recruits to The Thors Military Academy in the mighty Erebonian Empire.

Disease, Isolation and Abstraction: Reimagining Death in ‘Pathologic’

Pathologic first caught my eye a few years ago when Rock Paper Shotgun called it "the best game you've never heard of". They weren't...

Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour Review

Duke Nukem 3D is a game very dear to my heart. Cast your minds back to late 1998, where a younger, more foolish version...

Hackmud Review

Hacker culture is pretty well exposed these days. In between the paranoid fever dream of Mr Robot and the myriad of indie games attempting to...

Zenith Review

Zenith is a game that shouldn't work. In fact, it often doesn't work. It's a game that demands you pass it by. Its storefront on...

Grand Kingdom Beta Preview

Sometimes, familiarity is a good thing. When you come to know and rely on something, it becomes a fond source of warmth. "Ol' trusty," you'll...

Soul Axiom Review (PC)

There's something to be said about esoteric, formless, almost alien experiences in art. Abstraction has been a concept that artists have played with since... forever,...

Monumental review

Monumental is a good reminder to not judge a book by its cover. The store front for this strange first person puzzler gives it something...

Sven Co-op Review

Sven Co-op is a Co-operative mod for the original Half-Life. It's a simple premise: it's Half-Life, but with your buddies. No competitive gameplay. No...

Punch Club Review

Have you seen Raging Bull? It's what you get when you set unchecked masculinity on a road to ruin. DeNiro plays a quiet, subtle lunatic...
Fat Princess Adventures

Fat Princess Adventures Review

Sometimes, the winding road of progress can be a mixed bag. Either you believe the older ways are the better ways, or you welcome change...
The Delusions of Von Sottendorf Review

The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and his Square Mind Review

The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and his Square Mind is a new puzzle-platform hybrid on Nintendo 3DS and is a unique take on what Psychonauts...
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Hurtworld: Just Another Survival Sim?

If you gaze into your crystal ball and look all the way back to 2012, you'll more than likely find me playing DayZ for...

Hard West Review

Imitation, as the saying goes, is a form of flattery. That adage proves to be correct in the case of Hard West, a new turn-based...

Addressing the Balance: Intellect vs Simplicity in Video Games

In your most cynical moments, it's easy to boil culture down into its most basic, lowest parts. When you're flicking through your TV channels,...

Pathologic Classic HD Review

Pathologic is a 2005 Russian psychological horror game set in a bizarre, isolated town beset by a deadly plague. You assume the role of three...

Brigador: Early Access Preview

Brigador is a Cyberpunk flavoured derivation of Terminator - a generous mix of the Future War segments of Terminator films, tempered by some of...

Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon Review

Spiders have a dark mysticism to them. At a glance, they are as far away from a human as you can possibly imagine. They have...

Pure Hold’em Review

Poker is a unique game. It often plays out like a game of secrets and your visual appearance in game is just as important...

Nobunaga’s Ambition: The Sphere of Influence Review

Nobunaga's Ambition: The Sphere of Influence is a turn-based strategy game from Japanese studio Koei Tecmo. Koei have been quietly pumping out this kind of...
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