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Final Fantasy VII’s Environmental Message is Now More Important Than Ever

Blowing up reactors isn't the only way we can save the world.

Manifold Garden is an Illogical Trip Through a Gorgeous World

Manifold Garden is an inviting, if brain-blending puzzler that reshapes reality in the name of fun.

After 4 Years, Move or Die is Still an Awesome Party Game

You'd think after constantly moving for four years these guys would be really, really tired.

Sayonara Wild Hearts is All About Fulfilling the Secret Bisexual Agenda, and I Love...

If bisexuals are trash pandas, Sayonara Wild Hearts is the stuffed burrito of our dreams.

Necronator: Dead Wrong Might Be My New Favourite Deck-Based Strategy Game

Commanding troops with power and authority isn't the easiest task, but it's a lot of fun.
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Games to Watch Out For This March

We hope you're rich, because there are a hell of lot of potentially awesome games coming out this March. Check them all out here.

This Week, We ‘Ave Mostly Been Playing… #79

It's Friday, which means: time for a round-up of our collective week.
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Hero Must Die. Again is a Quirky But Repetitive JRPG

If you were a hero that only had five days left to live, how would you spend your time? That's the question that Hero Must Die. Again poses.

Path of Giants is a Satisfying and Challenging Puzzler

There's nothing more satisfying than solving a difficult puzzle. 
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Ganbare! Super Strikers Gives Football a Turn-Based Twist

Ganbare! Super Strikers is a turn-based anime-styled football outing where poisoning your opponent barely raises an eyebrow.
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The Importance of a Gaming Keyboard and Mouse

SPONSORED: Choosing a good keyboard and mouse is important, but it needn't be difficult.

Knightin’+ Offers Zelda-like Dungeons for Just a Few Quid

If you like old-school Zelda dungeons, it's well worth your pocket change.

This Week, We ‘Ave Mostly Been Playing… #78

These are the games we've been playing this week.

What I’ve Learned in My Four Years at GameSpew

I started writing for GameSpew on February 24th, 2016 – here's what I've learned since then.

Zero Zero Zero Zero Looks and Feels Like a Classic

It's always nice to jump back into the past for a while.

Dreamo is a Brain-Taxing, Box-Busting Puzzler

Dreamo is an illusory puzzler which will have you scratching the inside of your head.

Paradox Vector is a Brain-Bending, Retro-Inspired First Person Shooter

Paradox Vector invites you to revisit a gaming genre that never was.
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This Week We ‘Ave Mostly Been Playing… #77

Here's what the team has been playing this week.

Selma and the Wisp is a Strange, Limbo-like Puzzler

What's that hiding under your bed? 

Cooking from Video Games: Tiramisu from Harvest Moon

Uh oh, don't tell me she's back in the kitchen again.

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