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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. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a soft spot for story-driven adventures and open world escapades. 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.

Etrian Odyssey V is Coming to 3DS Later This Year

Beyond the Myth follows you as you quest to reach the top of the mythical Yggdrasil Tree; legend has it, whoever reaches the top will have their greatest wish fulfilled.

Check Out the Trailer for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is a souped-up version of the original title Radiant Historia, which released on Nintendo DS back in 2011.

Where Will The Last of Us Part 2 Take Us?

I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm certainly excited to find out more about what's to come in Naughty Dog's next killer project.

The Sonic Forces Soundtrack Has Restored My Faith in the Game

Maybe, just maybe, Sonic Forces will be the modern Sonic game we all deserve.

Glasgow PLAY Expo Event Offers Free Exhibition for Scottish Indie Devs

PLAY Expo Glasgow is happening on 18-19th June, and organisers are giving Scottish indie developers the chance to exhibit their games for free.

Gorgeous Shmup ‘Drifting Lands’ is Out Today on PC

Out of Early Access and into the wild today is Drifting Lands, a traditional shoot'em up with ARPG-style character progression.

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 is Coming Later This Summer

If you thought we'd had enough Mega Man in 2015's Mega Man Legacy Collection, then you'd be WRONG.

Review: Motorhead Through the Ages Turns Victor Vran Up to 11

If there's two things I never thought would go together it would be a Diablo-ish action-RPG and a 1970's metal soundtrack. Boy, was I wrong.

Fancy Getting Your Healthcare From Umbrella Corporation?

I think this new Vietnamese medical company takes the biscuit for the most ridiculous use of plagiarism ever.
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Review: The LucidSound LS30 Headset is the Hallmark of Quality

If you appreciate a good quality product, you probably can't go far wrong with the LucidSound LS30 gaming headset.

Hilarious Indie Game ‘Flix & Chill’ Showed Me How Bad I Am at Dating

I'm a bit of a sucker for a dating simulation game, so when I spotted something called Flix & Chill on Steam, I knew it was something I had to check out.

Sony is Vying For New PS Plus Members By Giving Away Star Wars Battlefront...

Sony has announced today that if you sign up for 12 months of PS Plus, you'll get a free download code for Star Wars Battlefront Ultimate Edition.

Is the Xbox Game Pass Worth Paying For?

For someone fairly new to Xbox, or for someone just getting into gaming, the Xbox Game Pass is a no-brainer.

Review: Danger Zone Sucks the Soul Out of Burnout

Burnout was an almost perfect racing game. The crash junctions were its fun heart and soul. Danger Zone has taken that heart and soul and stamped all over it.

Nintendo Switch’s Paid Online Service Just Got a Bit Better

Oh Nintendo, you had me at Super Mario Bros. 3.

These Crazy Bastards Just Dropped a Nintendo Switch from 1,000 Feet

It's horrible, gut-wrenching, barbaric... and incredibly good fun to watch.

The Upcoming ‘The Last Day of June’ Looks to be a Beautiful and Emotional...

The Last Day of June is being sold as an "interactive tale about love and loss".

Tekken 7’s Reception So Far is a Positive One

With 16 reviews so far, Tekken 7 currently has an average Metacritic review score of 82. Not bad at all.

5 Games Releasing in June That Should Be on Your Radar

Not sure what games are coming out in June? Don't worry, we've got you covered.

Impact Winter May Be My Favourite Survival Game

Impact Winter is refreshing for many reasons, but one of them is because there are no zombies.

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