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Games That Changed Our Lives #4: Sim City

Can you think of anything more boring than Urban Planning? A friend of mine took a degree in it at university and several times...

Leap of Fate – Early Access Preview

From the French-Canadian games company Clever Plays Studio comes their debut indie game Leap of Fate, where you play as a cyberpunk rogue in...

Can Dark Souls III be the best in the series yet?

Dark Souls holds a special place in my heart. The universe and lore, coupled with that infamously punishing gameplay, offer an experience like no...
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Nintendo 3DS: Game Boy Round-Up Part 2

In the first part of this series we showed you five of the many Nintendo Game Boy titles available to purchase in the 3DS...

Games That Changed Our Lives #3: Tomb Raider

Imagine a world without Lara Croft. The ridge-climbing, relic-seeking, ass-kicking English aristocrat with the curves of a genetically enhanced Page 3 model first somersaulted...

Top 5 GTA Missions That Will Go Down In History

By Carla Wellings You know that feeling of butterflies people often talk about? It comes around when you meet a new love, smell a tasty snack,...

This War of Mine – An Experience

This War of Mine is not glorious, nor is it satisfying. It is real. War is what makes us into the creatures we've chosen...

Nomad Fleet – Early Access Review

Scattered to the fringes of space, mankind is struggling to survive. You command a last desperate voyage to an intergalactic gate at the edge of...
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The Importance of Pacing in Games

While AAA developers treat their audience like they have the attention span of a sugar-fuelled toddler, it's the developers that know the meaning and value...
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Retro Gaming: Three Classic 16-Bit Racers

The Mega Drive and SNES gave those of us old enough to remember them many gaming delights. The consoles are best known for the...
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A different take on Shadow of the Colossus

In the tired old basement of a glorious gaming bar with cocktails on our flanks, my friend and I dusted off the Playstation 2...
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Nintendo 3DS: Game Boy Round-Up Part 1

Anyone who owns, or is even familiar with, the 3DS will know that within the Nintendo eShop are a ton of original Game Boy...
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Driv3r – Burning Rubber or Blown Engine?

Driv3r appeared with the smell of burning rubber and the bellow of exhausts, yet it was quickly and quietly forgotten about and left in...

Games That Changed Our Lives #2: The Metal Gear Series

For better or worse we live in a world of franchises. McDonalds and Subways. Dominos and Pizza Hut. Tesco and more Tescos. A franchise...

Back to Black – Criterion’s signature shooter

For those of you who weren’t clutching controllers in the early 2000’s, Black may have slipped you by without much notice. But for those...

Preview: The Long Dark

"Extinction is the rule. Survival is the exception." The screen slowly brightens to reveal a wooded landscape deep in snow. The wind howls and a wolf...

The Downside of Open World Games

As open world games continue to increase in popularity, it seems to be turning into the default format for big-budget AAA releases. The developers...
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The most adorable game of E3 2015: Unravel

E3 this year was filled to the brim with an exhaustive list of incredible looking games. The staggering scale of Fallout 4 along with...

In Praise of the Sega Saturn

The title of this article almost qualifies as an oxymoron. You know, like those advertisements on TV where banks attempt to show how caring...

The DNA of GTA: The Games That Inspired Grand Theft Auto

The Grand Theft Auto series is one of the most popular franchises of all time. The games come with huge budgets, sell in their...

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