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Robert Gammon

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.

Ape Facts From Chimpan-A to Chimpan-Zee With Prime Mates Podcast

This week's Podcast of the Week is Prime Mates, an entertainment podcast that has host Matt Stewart and guests talk about famous primates.

Thrones of Lies’ Complexity is a Double-Edged Sword

Throne of Lies: The Online Game of Deceit, is a PC game from Imperium42 where players take either the role of the 'Unseen', or the 'Blue Dragon'.

Broadcasts from the Greek Underworld: Radio Hades 6

This week's Podcast of the Week is Radio Hades 6, a fictional radio station that reports the latest news from deep down in the Underworld.

The Podcast that Looks Through The Worst of Web: Free to a Good Home

This week's podcast of the week is Free to a Good Home, two funny people look at the weirdest ads on the web.

This Is The Police 2 Review: Bigger, Bolder and Better

This Is The Police 2, sequel to the surprise indie hit released in 2016, does everything its predecessor did and more. There is more drama, there is more police management and there is a hell of a lot more action.

Six of the Best Football Games on PS4

Oh sorry… did you think that was football was finished now the world cup is over?

Insights and Creative Delights with Board Game Design Lab Podcast

This week's Podcast of the Week, Board Game Design Lab Podcast, will teach you some neat tips on board game design on-the-go.

Five Games Like Minecraft on PC

Want more mining and crafting action? Here are five games like Minecraft on PC that deserve your time and attention.

The YoGPoD is Back to Celebrate 10 Years of Yogscast Nonsense

Each week, GameSpew recommends a podcast to listen to that you may not have heard of. This week we are recommending The YoGPoD.

The D&D Podcast for People Who Haven’t Played D&D

In the first of our Podcast of the Week feature, we look at Waterdeep Mountain High, a Dungeons & Dragons comedy recorded in front of a live audience.

I Visited a Board Game Café, and So Should You

For me, summertime is all about trying new things. My newest experience was paying a visit to my local board game café.

Hey, Bethesda, You Should Remake Fallout 1 and 2

When Fallout 76 was announced, it got me wondering: what would a Bethesda-developed remake of the original two Fallout titles look like?

Counselling Becomes Compelling in Who Am I: The Tale of Dorothy

If you want to play a intriguing, emotional story then Who Am I: The Tale of Dorothy is a decent choice.

Six of the Best Collectible Card Games on PC

There are so many virtual collectible card games out there, it's hard to know where to begin. Here are six of the best available on PC - and five of them are free!

14 Years On, The Free-to-Play OpenTTD is as Good as Ever

Playing OpenTTD makes me feel like Richard Branson and Eddie Stobart’s love child.

Smoke and Sacrifice Review: Compelling Survival

It's hard not to fall in love with Smoke and Sacrifice, simply because it is a beautiful game. But you shouldn’t pick up this game for the aesthetics alone; its whole design and premise is on point.

Converting Your Crusader Kings II Save Game into Europa Universalis IV is Simple

Want to take your progress from Crusader Kings II through to Europa Universalis IV? You can! And here's how!

The Conundrum of Using Scouting Software in Football Manager 18

Using scouting software in Football Manager gives you the ability to search the database of your playthrough and see all the hidden statistics. But is it cheating?

Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia Review: Evolution, Not Revolution

With Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia, a focus on one significant event might be exactly what the series needed to make a perfect war game.

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