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James Moore

James Moore
Anything with a good story or a deep, immersive world, that's where you'll find James, whether its a medieval land populated by unspeakable horrors or sci-fi galaxies filled with unique and diverse cultures. In the real world he keeps up to date with all the latest developments and announcements with a particular curiosity for Virtual Reality, even if it'll be a while before he gets his hands on one. He's still fond of the classics though. Star Wars: The Old Republic, Mass Effect and anything from the TellTale Games series are games he loves to revisit and that's just to name a few. Outside the virtual world he's a fond writer and likes a do a bit of baking.

The Lowdown on Battlefield 1’s Maps and Modes

Battlefield 1 is right around the corner, and on the road we’ve had some sweet teasers for what’s to come. We’ve had the Open...

Verdun Review

The Battle of Verdun began in February 1916 and is recorded as the lengthiest battle of the First World War, lasting ten months and...

Preview: Battlefield 1 is Leading The (Bayonet) Charge

Anyone with a passing interest in Battlefield – past or present (that may or may not have dwindled with Battlefield Hardline) – will want...

Stone Tales Review

Combining the elements of light action and puzzle mechanics while set against a Stone Age backdrop, Stone Tales follows the adventures and trials of two brothers...

Tales from the Borderlands Season One Review

Tales from the Borderlands is a story-driven adventure game spin-off developed by masters of the genre, Telltale Games. Set in the world of (unsurprisingly) Borderlands,...
Press X To Not Die

Press X To Not Die Review

The first thing that you need to understand about Press X Not To Die is that, first and foremost, it is a title that...

I Can’t Escape: Darkness Review

I Can't Escape: Darkness, developed by Fancy Fish Games, has only one aim: to scare the hell out of you. With its simple, randomly generated...

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