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Hidden Dragon Legend Review: Frustratingly Mediocre
Some games are good, some games are bad. Hidden Dragon Legend manages to be neither of these things and is, instead, frustratingly mediocre.
Review: The Journey Down is a Shining Example of the Point and Click Genre
It's not often you get to see a studio grow, learn and improve over the course of a single game, but Skygoblin’s The Journey Down shows us exactly that.
Review: Rabi-Ribi is a Brilliant Metroidvania
It's got action! Adventure! An almost incomprehensible storyline! About a zillion cute girls! A FREAKING BUNNY! It's Rabi-Ribi! And it's brilliant!
Circuit Breakers Review: The Joy of Wasting Time
If you’ve got a love of arcade action or you’re after a pick-up-and-play game to dive into for a few minutes at a time, Circuit Breakers is absolutely the time-waster for you.
Pinstripe Review: Brevity is the Soul of Emotion
If you can progress through the realms of Hell and discover the truth that wily old Mr. Pinstripe hides behind, you may just find yourself moved, as I did.
Starfighter Origins Review: 90s Nostalgia isn’t Always a Good Thing
Starfighter Origins should absolutely, 100% have been right up my alley; all the way up in there, so deep that I should be coughing laser blasts and sneezing proton torpedoes.
NieR: Automata’s Instantly Forgettably Named DLC
3C3C1D119440927 is the name of NieR: Automata's first DLC and I challenge you to remember that even until the end of this article (and I...
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 3 Review
Dawn of War 3 isn't DoW 1. It's not DoW 2, either. It's all its own beast and it's a fast, frenetic combat-focused game that almost redefines the RTS genre.
Short Play: Clone Drone in the Danger Zone
Clone Drone in the Danger Zone (which is, by the way, a great title) is nothing short of bloody good robot-slaughtering fun. In this third person...
Short Play – Holobunnies: Pause Cafe
Ahead of the full game's advertised Q1 2018 release, Holobunnies: the Bittersweet Adventure developers, q-bit games, have released a tasty little amuse-bouche for would-be fans in...
Thimbleweed Park Review
Thimbleweed Park is nostalgia done right.
Everything is, at once, utterly bizarre, brilliantly hilarious and incredibly profound.
Thimbleweed Park: First Impressions
Jamie's only had a few hours with Thimbleweed Park - the new game from point-and-click adventure veterans Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick - but he feels it's more than enough for some first impressions.
NieR: Automata – First Impressions Are Everything
On top of the myriad mechanics and ideas thrown into NieR: Automata's gameplay and plot, I'm going to add another following my first few...
Ten Tips For Getting Started in NieR: Automata
Check out these ten great tips to get you off to a great start in NieR: Automata - the latest entry in the Drakenguard series from director Yoko Taro.
ShortPlay: Let’s Play Hello Neighbor
Despite checking out Ruaraidh's brief look at Hello Neighbor's AI last year, I've not actually been anywhere near this game until now, and I'm...
Ys Origin Review
Despite being 10 years old now, Ys Origin is still an awesome dungeon-crawling RPG. Packed with charm and challenges, Ys Origin proves age doesn't matter.
Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf Preview – 40K Say You? Not Enough Mechanics Say I!
Apparently, just taking all of the gameplay, rules, mechanics and lore from an incredibly successful table-top miniatures game and porting it straight into a...
ShortPlay: Let’s Play Alone With You
Jamie delves into a short play of the pixel art point-and-click adventure from Home's Benjamin Rivers: Alone With You.
A First Look at Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf
Jamie provides a very early First Look at the new Warhammer 40K game: Space Wolf, available on PC via Steam Early Access now.