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Kim Snaith

Kim Snaith
Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a wee nipper. Video games may be her livelihood, but that doesn't mean she's very good at them. If she's not gaming, she's probably cooing over pictures of baby animals or watching re-runs of Friends for the 137th time. You'll also find Kim's work on Kotaku UK and Gizmodo UK.

How to Scare the Birds Away from the Cable Car in Pikuniku

Wondering how to get rid of those pesky birds on the cable car in Pikuniku? Here's what you need to know.

How to Fix the Bridge in Pikuniku

Fixing the bridge in Pikuniku is actually pretty straightforward, but you can be fooled into thinking it's more complex than it is.

The Best FMV Games You Really Should Play

Dive into the world of interactive movies with these five FMV games you really ought to play.
Double Kick Heroes 2

Nintendo Showed Off a Bunch of New Games Coming to Switch in Today’s Indie...

Today's Indie Highlights from Nintendo showcased a bunch of games coming to Switch in 2019.
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Salt and Sanctuary is Coming to Xbox One in February

First landing on PS4 and PC in 2016 and then making its way onto Switch last summer, Salt and Sanctuary is finally coming to Xbox One.

Degrees of Separation is a Beautiful and Challenging Game For Two

Degrees of Separation, coming to PC and consoles in February, is a beautiful and challenging platform game designed to be played with a friend.

Elli Review

Elli isn't in any way remarkable. There's nothing particularly unique or outstanding about it. But yet somehow, it manages to be a pretty delightful puzzle platformer.

The Best Open World Games on Nintendo Switch

If you're looking for an open world game on Switch to lose some hours in, then look no further than our list.

The Textorcist Lets You Fight Demons While Sharpening Your Typing Skills

Move over Typing of the Dead, there's a new evil-fighting typing game in town.

Stealth Sections in Games Can Just Piss Off

I had a great time playing Call of Cthulhu over the weekend, until my arch-nemesis of video game conventions reared its ugly head: the stealth section.

Six Best Card and Casino Games on Xbox One

Feelin' lucky, punk? Here are six of our favourite Vegas-themed video games available on Xbox One.

Rollercoaster Tycoon Adventures Review

Rollercoaster Tycoon Adventures won't be the best theme park simulator you've ever played, but as the only one available on Switch, it's a welcome addition to your library.

GameSpew’s Game of the Year 2018 Picks

That coveted "Game of the Year" is highly subjective. We all have our own, unique preferences. And so, each member of the GameSpew team has picked their own personal GOTY of 2018.

The Best Indie Games of 2018

2018 has been a phenomenal year for games of all shapes and sizes. Here are our picks of the indies.

2018 in Remakes, Remasters and Rereleases

Here's our year of the lord 2018, as told by videogame rereleases, remakes and HD remasters.

GRIS Review

A puzzle platformer that puts you in control of a girl, the titular Gris, GRIS will have you exploring a myriad of environments, from crumbling coliseums to dark and mysterious undergrowths.

Asterix & Obelix XXL 2 Review

Asterix & Obelix XXL 2 is not a bad game by any means, but it's certainly not good or genre-defining in any way.

How to Save Your Game in Katamari Damacy REROLL

With no autosave function, here's everything you need to know about saving your game in Katamari Damacy REROLL.

How to Change to Fullscreen Mode in Katamari Damacy REROLL on PC

Katamari Damacy REROLL boots in windowed mode, and how to change it to fullscreen mode isn't instantly obvious. Here's everything you need to know.

Katamari Damacy REROLL Review

I've waited so long for a new Katamari game. And finally, one has rolled along. Granted, it's in the form of a re-release – but it doesn't matter. Katamari Damacy is just as fun as it ever has been.

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