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Jamie Parry-Bruce

Jamie Parry-Bruce
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Jamie lives in the UK with his wife, daughter and two cats. He's been a gamer for as long as he can remember and his tastes run something to the eclectic (this guy will play anything!). Old LucasArts adventure games are his go-to guilty pleasure and he considers Assassin's Creed II to be the finest game he's ever played (make of that what you will!).

Destiny Gets the Love Bug with “Crimson Days” Update

Yesterday, in their first weekly update since late December, Bungie finally gave Destiny fans a glimpse at the future of the game - a...

UnSummoning: the Spectral Horde Review

I've just edited the title of this review. No, I didn't put the wrong game in there; what I did do was delete the...
FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15

FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15 Review

I've driven a motorbike before. I've even done a wheelie. Okay, I didn't mean to do it, and once I'd gotten the bike back under...
Valhalla Hills

Valhalla Hills Review

Odin, Wodan, Wotan, Wotun, Allfather, Anthony Hopkins (pick any one of the hundreds of names he's known by across the world) - the high...
Backgammon Blitz

Backgammon Blitz Review

1,500 years ago if you wanted to play backgammon you'd actually be playing tabula and you'd need to get yourself a board, an opponent and...
Tricone Lab

Tricone Lab Early Access Review

"Played one puzzle game, played them all." This was my first thought when I booted up Tricone Lab by Partickhill Games Limited. That feeling lasted for...

OBEY – Early Access Review

Dan Dez is a genius. In over 25 years of playing video games I don't think I've ever played one that made me think more...

Impossible Creatures: Evolving the RTS

In 2003 Relic Entertainment brought out Impossible Creatures, their follow-up to the critically acclaimed and generally well-loved Homeworld. A strange mixture of RTS and The Island of...

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void Review

StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void manages to pull something off that few games ever have: it marks the culmination of one of the...

Albert & Otto: The Adventure Begins Review

It seems that a lot of people like Albert & Otto. It's got good ratings on Steam, and there was a lot of excitement about the...

Paint The Town Red – Early Access Review

Going into this review I had no idea what kind of game Paint the Town Red was. But now, after stabbing a guy to...

Snail Bob 2 Review

Snail Bob 2 is the follow-up to, you guessed it, Snail Bob. Developed by Hunter Hamster and published by tinyBuild, Snail Bob 2 is a...

Subaeria Early Access Review

Roguelikes have been around for decades. We've all played one at one point or another (sometimes without realising it - Diablo, anyone? Or, better yet, ToeJam...

Train Valley Review

Train Valley is a rather fun "rail management simulator" for PC, spanning over 200 years of train technology and 24 levels of lovely, hair-pulling frustration. It's one...

Destiny and the Question of Video Game Story

One of the biggest deals players are making about the huge Destiny 2.0 update (and the subsequent year 2 expansion, The Taken King, out now)...
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