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From time to time, GameSpew hosts special guest articles not from our usual team of writers. If you have an idea for a guest article that you'd like to see featured on GameSpew, get in touch!

Will GTA Online’s DLC Always Be Free?

The immense success of Grand Theft Auto 5, both in terms of sales figures and revenue gained from recurrent spending, is something that has been the source of much analysis and discussion over the years.

Are Strategy Games the Last Bastion of Old-School Gaming?

Strategy games demand patience and force the player to plan every move meticulously rather than just click in rapid succession. That’s one of the...

Teaching Children to Safely Play Pokémon GO

There is an old saying that goes, "what is old, is new again". For parents and gamers, this adage couldn’t be any more true today...

Nine Strange, Creepy and Disturbing Video Game Universes

Video games leave nothing to the imagination. Unlike books that allow readers to imagine the details for themselves (except for some novels that excel at...

Wind-up Knight 2 Review

Wind-up Knight 2 ultimately winds down to a sputter, never truly exploring its interesting mechanics beyond the usual endless runner grind via pounding assault.

BOXBOXBOY! Review

Despite some flaws, I couldn't help but play BOXBOXBOY! with a smile on my face.

Pocket Card Jockey Review

Pocket Card Jockey is a stalker in the pack, waiting to Sea Biscuit its way to your heart.

Flat Kingdom Review

Flat Kingdom is a charming little platformer taking inspiration from the likes of Super Mario. It might not be original, but it sure is fun.

Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet Review

Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet is easily the funniest game I’ve played in recent memory.

Leap of Fate Review

Leap of Fate does appear to have found the recipe for addiction, if not success. Pick it up if you’d like a taste.

Moon Hunters Review

I’ve never played a game as short as Moon Hunters. But then again, I’ve never played a game so many times, either.

Are High Street Game Stores Living On Borrowed Time?

By Martin Blessing We are moving quickly in the digital age. Movies and music are available to us at a touch of a button wherever...

BlazBlue Chronophantasma Extend Review

Even with my lack of BlazBlue knowledge I found BlazBlue Chronophantasma Extend to be a complex fighting game with beautiful character and level design, as well as multiple game modes to keep me thoroughly engaged.

Drowning in Surround Sound: The impact of audio on video games

By Felix Wong As a lifelong music enthusiast, I’m a stalwart consumer of stereo sound. I owe my adolescence to a pair of middling speakers and...

H1Z1: King of the Kill Early Access Preview

H1Z1: King of the Kill is definitely one of those games that makes me glad that fully sensory immersion virtual reality isn’t a thing....

Alekhine’s Gun Review

A bona fide stealth game bears much likeness to the perfectly assembled hamburger.

Rory McIlroy PGA Tour Review

As Mark Twain once said, "Golf is a good walk spoiled".

Devil Daggers Review

By Leo Powell This was not life, and yet it was not death; if thou hast wit to think how I might fare bereft of...

That Dragon, Cancer Review

Sometimes video games real life; they're heartbreaking and devastating. If for no other reason than that, That Dragon, Cancer deserves your attention.

Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN Review

Guilty Gear Xrd SIGN is a wild ride from right from the moment you reach the start screen.
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