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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.

LEGO City Undercover Review

The biggest problem with LEGO City Undercover? Trying to pull myself away from it in order to write a review.
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Vikings: Wolves of Midgard Review

If you've worn out your Diablo disc, Vikings: Wolves of Midgard may fill a tiny bit of the void but mostly, its painful similarities yet numerous missteps will likely just frustrate you.

Don’t Be Brash – Some Helpful Advice For Aspiring Games Journalists

Here's a bit of advice from us to help you ensure you're applying your games journalism efforts in the right places.

The Indies Cleaned Up At Last Night’s BAFTA Games Awards

It was the indie games that stole the show, beating many of the biggest AAA games in several categories.

Rime is a Mysterious and Beautiful Adventure Worth Checking Out

If you're interested in adventuring and puzzle-solving, Rime should definitely be on your radar.
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How Overwatch Nearly Had a Cat in a Jetpack

I'm not sure why the Overwatch team decided a cat in a jetpack wasn't a good fit for their game in the end, but it turns out it almost was a character. Almost.

What is Sega’s Bayonetta Countdown All About?

On April Fool's Day, Sega released an 8-bit version of Bayonetta on Steam. Pretty random, right? Well, it seems like it's part of a bigger Bayonetta announcement that's still on its way.

Cities: Skylines Lands on Xbox One on 21st April

Xbox One owners in need of a new city-building simulation don't have too long to wait. Paradox Interactive's popular Cities: Skylines will see its console launch on 21st April.

Heroes of the Storm Gets a Massive Overhaul

Free to play title Heroes of the Storm is getting a major overhaul in the form of Heroes of the Storm 2.0, which is available in beta from today.

Dark Arcana: The Carnival Review

Artifex Mundi games are like a pair of comfy old shoes; you know they're not very good, but they're familiar and comfortable, and it keeps you coming back to them time and time again.

[Updated] Download Chivalry: Medieval Warfare on Steam for Free Today – And It’s Yours...

It's not often that something is truly free no catch involved, but today Torn Banner Studios are giving away Chivalry: Medieval Warfare on Steam. Genuinely no catches.

Super Mario Run is More Than Acceptable as a Free to Play Game

I've sank a good few hours into it over the weekend, and I've been pleasantly surprised – without paying a single penny.

Narrative-Driven ‘Dialogue’ Knows What It Means to Be a Writer

Dialogue by Tea-Powered Games is narrative-based experience all about writing a novel. If you've ever put pen to paper, it's a title you need to check out.

Majotori is a Quiz Game With a Twist

If you enjoy a bit of trivia alongside simple, colourful graphics and quirky short stories, Majotori is definitely one to add to your wishlist.

Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker Review

Kitty Powers' Matchmaker is undoubtedly one of the most bizarre games I've ever had the pleasure to play. But it's all the better for it.

Microsoft Unveils New Mid-Range ‘Tech’ Controller Series

Microsoft has announced the 'Tech' controller series for Xbox One, bringing premium features to the standard controller.

Stunt Driving Delivery Game ‘Tacopocalypse’ is Just as Crazy As it Sounds

Stunt driving meets taco delivery at the end of the world, Tacopocalypse is not to be taken seriously. It's pure, crazy fun.

Indie Puzzler Tiles is Incredibly Simple But Fiendishly Difficult

To look at, Tiles is undoubtedly one of the simplest games I've ever seen. But to play it, it's incredibly difficult – and all the better...

Happy 10th Birthday, PlayStation 3. Now Go and Die Peacefully in a Dusty Attic

This week marks the 10th anniversary of PlayStation 3's European launch. Also this week, it's been announced that Sony are ceasing production of the PS3 – at least in Japan.
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is yours to experience however you want. It's a new generation of Zelda, and it's a whole new breed of open world gaming. And it's brilliant.

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