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Robert loves JRPGs and horror games but is open to trying any game. His favourite console is the PS1 and he loves to play classic 90s games. He loves belly rubs and walks on the beach while listening to Jamie T.

Antihero: The Crime Syndicate Board Game

Antihero is a strategic digital board game set in Victorian London developed solely by Tim Conkling.

At Sundown: The Arena Shooter Designed by College Kids

Developed by Mild Beast Games, a group of university students, At Sundown is a unique top-down shooter that has a lot of promise behind it.

Blood, Sweat and Neon Grenades: Let Them Come Preview

You, a bloody crazy 80’s action man, have a turreted machine gun and have a sole purpose in life to shoot shit up.

The Saga Will End in Style With Banner Saga 3

During a preview event with Versus Evil I got to talk to Stoic about the much anticipated, now fully Kickstarted, The Banner Saga 3; a game...

Ron Gilbert’s ‘Thimbleweed Park’ Lives Up To Its Brilliant Legacy

I was fortunate enough to go to an [email protected] event in London this week and get stuck right into some promising games due for...

Tacoma Gives the Walking Simulator a New Meaning

Tacoma is another deeply rich story told by Fullbright, the creators of Gone Home. You're aboard a space station with no instructions – just a gorgeous environment to explore.

Aaero is an Exhilarating and Intense Rhythm Shooter

At an [email protected] event in London this week I was able to try out some great new titles due for release soon. One such game...

In Snake Pass, You Need to ‘Think Like a Snake’

Snake Pass can be summed up by the advice I was given by a developer: “Think like a snake!”

The Sexy Brutale: Nine Minutes of Pure Mystery and Intrigue

Sexy Brutale is a new puzzle game being developed by Cavalier Game Studios with a focus on time manipulation and creepy Victorian-era mystery.

Herald Review

Herald is an interactive story. It's a game that functions like an elegant choose-your-own-adventure book; one that is as fully packed with detail as...

Yooka-Laylee: Bringing the Collectathon Back With a Bang

I may have only had a couple of hours with the game, but already, I can’t recommend Yooka-Laylee highly enough.

Kill The Bad Guy Review

Kill the Bad Guy is a decent puzzle game that is worth a stab if you are in the mood to be challenged.

LEGO Worlds is Much More Than Just a Minecraft Clone

LEGO Worlds is due for release next month and people are still confused to the nature of the game. It is not a Minecraft clone but much more...

Aliens Go Home Run Review

Aliens Go Home Run is a great 2D arcade blast from the past. It’s as if Breakout met Space Invaders and they had a beautiful baby!

Imprint-X Review

Imprint-X will make you feel like you're on a transcendent futuristic space journey – but keep it short, otherwise you might get bored.

Townsmen Review

A medieval town-builder, Townsmen doesn’t really stand out amongst its competitors. But its joyful look and logistic-focused gameplay makes it worth your while if...

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Episode 2: Ties That Bind Part II Review

Releasing on the same day as Episode 1, Episode 2 of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier concludes a double bill opening. For Ties That Bind...

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Episode 1: Ties That Bind Part I Review

A horde of zombies, scrapping for supplies, death all around. It most certainly is a new Telltale Walking Dead season. Opening as a double bill, with two...

WinKings Review

WinKings (a play on Vikings) is an arena shooter with terrific visuals and a Nordic soundtrack to die for. But the promising art style coupled with only decent...

Yesterday Origins Review

Yesterday Origins delves you deep into a story of great lore and even greater charm; a point and click adventure that delivers on its...

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