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Gaming has been a life-long love for Stan. To him, there's nothing better than getting lost in a single player adventure. He calls Hyrule home, but occasionally also ventures to a galaxy far far away... Fancy a game of Gwent?

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – 7 Things We’re Most Excited About

Jedi: Fallen Order will release for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 15th, 2019, and there's already a lot to be excited about.

Star Wars: Queen’s Shadow by E. K. Johnstone Shows How Democracy Started for Padmé

"Politics is an ancient and noble calling. Without politicians our societies would descend into anarchy and chaos.”

What We Already Know About Jedi: Fallen Order’s Villain, The Second Sister

Cal Kestis wasn’t the only new character revealed for Jedi: Fallen Order.

Jedi: Fallen Order – Here’s What We’ve Learned From The First Trailer

Jedi: Fallen Order may not just be a game changer; it could be a galaxy changer.

9 Reasons We Need a Star Wars: The Clone Wars Game

It might just be wishful thinking, but here's why we think a Clone Wars game would be excellent.

Neo Atlas 1469 Review

Published by Studio Artdink, Neo Atlas 1469 follows the adventures of pioneering sailors who aim to explore the un-plotted world map.

The Best Toy Story Video Games

Here are the 10 best games featuring Toy Story characters that you can fill your time with until Toy Story 4 releases in June.

The 10 Best Games Set in London

London's calling.

10 Things We Want From Animal Crossing on Switch

Before we buy our new home from Tom Nook, there are 10 things we want to ensure we get from the upcoming Animal Crossing on Switch.

Edward Brody’s Eden’s Gate: The Reborn is Ready Player One meets the RPG Genre

Eden’s Gate, the debut novel by Edward Brody, is a LitRPG that is impossible to put down.
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10 Things We Want to See in Elder Scrolls 6

Skyrim was a masterpiece, but it can be improved upon.

The 10 Best Mario Sports Games

Forget gold coins, Mario is after the true Gold in these sporting classics.

RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore Review

RemiLore is a pretty basic hack-and-slash that offers some interesting levelling up options, but the lack of depth in both the story and combat leaves it feeling a little empty.

The Best Playable Child Characters in Video Games

From Chloe and Max in Life is Strange, to a glimpse of young Lara in Shadow of the Tomb Raider, here are our favourite child protagonists in video games.

Pokémon Sword and Shield Doesn’t Seem Like Quite the Evolution it Could Have Been

The newly-unveiled eighth generation of Pokémon doesn't quite switch up the formula as much as I'd hoped.
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Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight Review

With its easy pick-up-and-play controls, addictive gameplay, and engaging levelling up system, Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight should fly right to your Nintendo Switch collection.

Thea: The Awakening Review

Adventure meets survival and board gaming in Thea: The Awakening.

Star Wars: A Lost Hope For a Good Game

A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, there used to be decent Star Wars games…

Through a Child’s Eyes: The Importance of Childhood in Narrative Video Games

Adding a childhood flashback or a young protagonist to a videogame can be a very important storytelling device.

The 10 Best Silent Protagonists in Video Games

In order to give a voice to these (mostly) voiceless heroes we list the top 10 silent protagonists in all of gaming.

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