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Kim Snaith

Kim Snaith
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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.

PC Game Weekend Deals 28/05: Up to 80% off Horror Titles and More

A three-day weekend is upon us in the UK - do we need any more of an excuse to indulge with some bargain games? (No!) Here's...
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Ride 2 coming later this year

Last year's Ride was met with mixed reviews. The motorbiking racing game from Milestone was their first original IP away from MotoGP games. Personally, we...

Grab Battleborn on PC for Less Than Half Price

Battleborn has been out for a week now, and reviews have been largely popular for this multiplayer shooter from the creators of Borderlands. If you've...

What Can We Expect from Umbrella Corps?

It's been almost four years since we've had a new Resident Evil game. Whilst Resident Evil 6 was met with general disdain, it was...

Lumo Review

Sometimes, it pays in game development to put design before gameplay. A highly stylised game or something with a strong theme can pay off and...

E3 2016 Press Conferences Timetable Revealed

E3 2016 is just around the corner - and we can't wait to see what is going to be announced. We already know the...

Riders of Icarus Closed Beta Coming 2-7 June – Sign Up Now

The brand new action adventure MMORPG from Nexon and WeMade Entertainment, Riders of Icarus, is getting close to launch and in preparation, players are being...

Cubikolor Review

Cubikolor isn't the first puzzle game with a focus on moving colourful 3D blocks, and it likely won't be the last. Whilst it mainly succeeds...

PC Game Deals of the Week 20/5: Homefront, Total War and More

Since it's Friday, what better day to treat yourself to something new and shiny to play over the weekend? We've sniffed out some incredible...

Grand Prix Rock ‘N Racing Review

It's rare I play a game so bad in every way that it makes me want to tear out my own eyeballs just to...

Corridor Z Review

What do you do if you see a horde of zombies running your way? That's right; you BLOODY LEG IT. No doubt the launch of...

Assassin’s Creed movie trailer released

Ubisoft might not be delivering a new Assassin's Creed game this year, but we're not completely devoid of any action from Abstergo thanks to...

Coffin Dodgers Review (Xbox One)

There's a distinct lack of decent karting games on current gen consoles. It's a shame, because there's nothing quite like the light-hearted yet highly competitive nature...

6 Reasons Why You Should Be Excited for Uncharted 4

We don't really need much persuasion to be excited for Uncharted 4, do we? After three amazing titles following Nathan Drake's adventures, and Naughty...
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Dangerous Golf from Creators of Burnout Launching Next Month

Three Fields Entertainment, a brand new development studio set up from ex-Criterion staff who were responsible for bringing us Burnout, have announced the release date...

Dishonored 2 Launch Date Announced

The long awaited sequel to Bethesda's stealth-driven first person action/adventure game released in 2012, Dishonored 2, was announced at last year's E3. Almost a year...

Carmageddon: Max Damage Delayed; Pre-Order Bonuses Announced

Carmageddon: Max Damage, the new generation follow-up to the ultra-violent series that started in 1997 is coming to Xbox One and PS4 this summer. Originally...

PVATOT: Let’s Play Dark Souls III

Dark Souls III. The latest addition to the Souls series from FromSoftware. It's gruelling, it's punishing, it's a downright bastard, but we love it all...

Azkend 2: The World Beneath Review

I'm a sucker for a good match three puzzler. Shamefully, I've sunk more hours into Frozen Free Fall than I should ever dare to admit, and...

LOUD on Planet X Review

The trouble with hosting a music concert in space is that there's just not many people around to listen, and the local aliens don't...
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