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Will Full Cross-Platform Gaming Ever Be A Possibility?

By Martin Blessing Cross-platform gaming. It's something of a hot topic amongst gamers of today, and it certainly begs the question as to why a...
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Red Game Without A Great Name Review

By Conor Bailey When a game can use a simplistic mechanic and get so much out of it, as well as carving out its own...
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The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare Review

By Morgan Davies Back in the days of childhood, when almost every kid owned a tub of miniature army figures, they created a world of...

AX:EL – Air Xenodawn Review

By Conor Bailey It's a fair assumption to say a lot of us have a love of dog-fighting in games, and we don't nearly see...
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Games That Changed Our Lives #11: Spider-Man (2000)

When we think about Marvel superheroes in gaming, one rises above the rest in terms of prevalence: Spider-Man. Spider-Man has had a far greater presence...

Games That Changed Our Lives #10: The UFO Trilogy

By David Haughton With XCOM 2 getting ever closer I feel its time to pay tribute to a series that tired to keep the XCOM...

Mordheim: City of the Damned Review

Mordheim: City of the Damned is a superbly well-crafted game that fully achieves what it sets out to do.

Dirty Bomb Review

I'd recommend giving Dirty Bomb a go if you enjoy class-based team shooters.

Undertale: A Game of Characters, Not Choices

By Leo Powell What you think of Undertale is probably affected by whether or not you are a fan of old Japanese role playing games. It...

The Ship: Murder Party – A Retrospect

By Morgan Davies Despite being over nine years old, Outerlight and Blazing Griffin's The Ship: Murder Party is still going strong, with an active player base. An ambitious...

Black and White Bushido Review

Black and White Bushido is a solid party game that, although not really breaking new ground, achieves what it sets out to do very well.

System Shock: Enhanced Edition – “it’s a miracle”

By Daniel Courtney The predecessor to the much-loved cult favourite System Shock 2, and direct inspiration behind games like the Deus Ex and Bioshock series,...

Cast of the Seven Godsends Review

Cast of the Seven Godsends pays homage to classic arcade side-scrollers complete with over the top gameplay, a surplus of enemies and awesome upgrades.
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Hands on with Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide

By David Haughton Okay nerds, let's quickly get this out the way so we can talk about the game. Yes, Age of Sigmar is rustling...
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Rainbow Six Siege: Beta First Impressions

I have to be honest: Rainbow Six Siege wasn't the most fun game.

Observations on War, Through the Periscope of Silent Hunter 5

By Joshua Yeldham-Smith "War games, what are they good for?" …Learning Trigonometry! Monty Python once asked: “What have the Romans ever done for us?.” What has war...

A Lamppost and a Goat: The Satire of the Simulation Game

By Leo Powell Following the Zeitgeist of the weird, not-quite-a-game-but-still-a-game logic that fuels the likes of Goat Simulator and The Path, I stumbled across a 4chan thread...

Games That Changed Our Lives #9: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II

By Conor Bailey Star Wars games have always had a special place in the hearts of gamers. It's very, very hard not to name a...

Total War: A Retrospective

By Biagio Ruggiero Since the year 2000, Creative Assembly have been showing us history in its most brutal form. From the Roman to the French empires,...

Dropsy Review

Something of a pixelated oddity, Dropsy is a point and click adventure that bases its gameplay around compassion and beauty in a world that has none.

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