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Kyle Bradford

Kyle likes video games and some other things, none of them really worth mentioning. Having written about games for two years, he tries. He enjoys home-made fan games, niche Japanese RPGs, and anything made by Suda51. Would rather be playing his Sega Saturn, honestly.

Strafe Review

At first glance, Strafe looks like a radical revival of 90's first-person shooters. Yet, it doesn't take long for that impression to fade away, revealing a devilishly difficult game.

Akiba’s Beat Review

A JRPG taking place in Tokyo’s wildly popular Akihabara district, it seems like a dream come true for any fan of Japanese Otaku culture. Unfortunately, Akiba’s Beat is unable to satisfy on much of its lofty ambitions.

Persona 5 Review

Persona 5 is undoubtedly one of the best RPGs of all time. It is truly a special game.

Persona 5 and How We’ve Normalised Male Entitlement in Games

As I play through Persona 5 I can't help but be reminded of how irresponsible video games can be at representing love and all that comes with it.

Rain World Review

In this broken, industrial wasteland, the rain is your enemy. Torrential downpours that are so violent it's impossible to survive them. They force you to...
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Voez and the Importance of ‘Nindies’ on Nintendo Switch

Say what you will about Nintendo’s admittedly hammy naming scheme but the ‘Nindies’ have done far more than just impress.

Touhou Genso Wanderer Review

To an outsider, the name Touhou may not mean much to you. For those entrenched within the niche Japanese doujin communities that Genso Wanderer exists within however, it can mean the world.

Halo Wars Definitive Edition Review

Resources are low and your last line of defence just got wiped by an invading enemy push. You were rocked to the brink of defeat...

Flywrench Review

Flywrench can at times feel like an exercise in constant restraint, as if it were a meditation tool for some sort of futuristic monk.

Nioh Carries the Souls-Like Torch Forward

Darks Souls has created a genre of its own: the 'Souls-like'. And now, Team Ninja's Nioh takes that genre and moulds it into something equally brilliant.
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Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book Review

Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book is now available on PC following its release on PS4 and Vita last year. Now's the time to jump in.

Planet 2000 Review

Try as I might to avoid hyperbole, Planet 2000 may just be the worst video game I have ever played.

The Long Journey From Fabula Nova Crystallis to Final Fantasy XV

Even now, it’s difficult to admit. Final Fantasy XV will soon be out in the wild. It’s on the eve of its long-anticipated release that,...

RollerCoaster Tycoon World Review

The Roller Coaster Tycoon series is one that brought joy to many during the early millennium. The endlessly looped merry-go-round tune is simultaneously agonisingly repetitive...

The Silver Case Review

For many fans of Suda51, Killer 7 and No More Heroes were their first introduction to his work. With an extensive catalogue of stylistically unique games, the Japanese...

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky Review

For many fans of the long dormant Valkyrie Profile series, the chance of Square Enix returning to the beloved game seemed slim. Luckily, Spike Chunsoft and...

Mount & Blade: Warband Review

Like many other great Western RPGs, Mount & Blade is a franchise that captures the same feeling of limitless possibility that is found in traditional tabletop...

RunGunJumpGun Review

For as unsettling as the end of the universe can be, ThirtyThree’s new action platformer RunGunJumpGun is able to find tons of fun in...

Momentum Review

Meriam-Webster defines the word “momentum” as the strength of force that something has when it is moving. It seems that Projectile Entertainment’s new physics based...

Little King’s Story Review (PC)

One of many releases unjustly overlooked on the Wii was 2009’s Little King’s Story, a charming mixture of life sim, role playing game and real-time strategy...

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