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Classic Card Games That Have Been Modernised Online

Thanks to the internet, it's possible to play modern versions of the old-time card games that we all know and love, even when you are alone and there's not a single pack of cards in the house.  

Why the Silent Protagonist Can Be the Loudest of All

Silence is golden, and in gaming, silence can be everything.

Ravva and the Cyclops Curse is a Fantastic NES Inspired Platformer

Ravva and the Cyclops Curse from developer Galope has taken a love of the old and turned it into a brand new NES inspired platformer. And it is incredibly fun.
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Things You Should Know Before Playing Resident Evil 2

Picking up Capcom's brilliant re-imagining of Resident Evil 2 when it launches on Friday? These are the things you need to know before playing.

Childhood Nightmares and Finding Lifelong Friends: A Tale of Resident Evil

Resident Evil changed me, not just as a gamer but as a person. It made me a scared wuss still to this day, but I wouldn't change that for the world.

while True: learn() is a Lovely Puzzle Game About Cats and Computers

Puzzle game while True: learn() from indie studio Luden.io is about understanding your cat as well as neural networks, big data and AI.

Two Years Later, I’m Finally Playing Pokémon Go as it Was Meant to be...

I’ve returned to Pokémon Go, leaving hotspots behind to play it as intended: using mobile data. And now, it's a completely different game.

Football Manager 2019 Has The 2022 FIFA World Cup All Figured Out

No one really knows how the football world is going to deal the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Except the developers of Football Manager, it seems.

What Never Was is a Free Exploration Game That Teases Something Greater

What Never Was is definitely worth playing through, especially if you’re into this kind of thing.

The Pepper Prince is an Intriguing ASCII Game

I’m not quite sure of what to do, shall I tell you a tale of a golden poo?

How to Get Your Friends to Play Games You Love

Convincing friends to play games you love can sometimes be like pulling teeth. But game developers have a few tricks up their sleeves.
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This Week, We ‘Ave Mostly Been Playing… #28

Here's what the GameSpew team has been up to this week.
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Xbox One Gamers Can Now Grapple With Guacamelee! 2

Guacamelee! 2, one of the best Metroidvanias currently available, launches on Xbox One today. It's a Play Anywhere title, too.

Fantasy Draft is the Only Way to Play Football Manager Online

Fantasy Draft is a Football Manager mode that lets you create a competition – be it a league or knock-out – with custom teams on a predetermined budget.
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I’m Sick of Video Game DLC

DLC has almost become the standard for big releases, but in my opinion, it really shouldn’t be there in the first place.

How Strategy Games Can Improve Memory and Problem-Solving Skills

SPONSORED: Games of all description can be very therapeutic and help aid in the learning process, but strategy games in particular have a strong role to play.
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The Other Resident Evil 2 Demo You Can Play Right Now

If you don't want any spoilers for the upcoming remake of Resident Evil 2, there is a different demo you can play to get you in the mood.
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The Resident Evil 2 Demo Shows a Promising Remake For Fans and Newcomers Alike

It's Resident Evil 2... but not as we know it.

Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek is a Marginally Improved Prequel

I’m suddenly very happy that I’m too old to play hide and seek.

This Week, We ‘Ave Mostly Been Playing… #27

Here are the games that have been keeping us warm this week.

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