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Brigador: Early Access Preview

Brigador is a Cyberpunk flavoured derivation of Terminator - a generous mix of the Future War segments of Terminator films, tempered by some of...

Free Game Friday: A Wonderful Wander with “Bernband”

I sidled past the alien urinating in the street and entered the club. That's not a sentence I imagined I'd be saying today, but thanks...

System Shock: Enhanced Edition – “it’s a miracle”

By Daniel Courtney The predecessor to the much-loved cult favourite System Shock 2, and direct inspiration behind games like the Deus Ex and Bioshock series,...

Hands on with Battleborn

At this year's Insomnia Gaming Festival I was lucky enough to have the chance to play a short demo of 2K's new sci-fi MOBA/FPS Battleborn,...

Who’s Brave Enough to Change the MMO?

A seemingly endless stream of subscription based MMOs are opting to go down the free-to-play route. Does this trend uncover the weary nature of...
Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide

Hands on with Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide

By David Haughton Okay nerds, let's quickly get this out the way so we can talk about the game. Yes, Age of Sigmar is rustling...

Subaeria Early Access Review

Roguelikes have been around for decades. We've all played one at one point or another (sometimes without realising it - Diablo, anyone? Or, better yet, ToeJam...
Rainbow Six Siege

Rainbow Six Siege: Beta First Impressions

I have to be honest: Rainbow Six Siege wasn't the most fun game.

Shoppe Keep – Early Access Review

Have you ever wandered into a store in Skyrim or your other preferred RPG and just thought, "I do wonder how the store owner...

Observations on War, Through the Periscope of Silent Hunter 5

By Joshua Yeldham-Smith "War games, what are they good for?" …Learning Trigonometry! Monty Python once asked: “What have the Romans ever done for us?.” What has war...

A Lamppost and a Goat: The Satire of the Simulation Game

By Leo Powell Following the Zeitgeist of the weird, not-quite-a-game-but-still-a-game logic that fuels the likes of Goat Simulator and The Path, I stumbled across a 4chan thread...

Games That Changed Our Lives #9: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II

By Conor Bailey Star Wars games have always had a special place in the hearts of gamers. It's very, very hard not to name a...

Raiders of the Lost Video Games: The Hunt for Britain’s Last Arcades

Back in the '80s and early '90s you couldn’t move without coming across an arcade machine, they were everywhere. As well as in the...

EGX 2015: Ratchet & Clank Preview

The pair may have been a PlayStation staple for almost 13 years, but for whatever reason, Ratchet & Clank have never particularly appealed to me. Sure,...

Darkest Dungeon Early Access Review

“And much of Madness, and more of Sin, And Horror the soul of the plot” - Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe’s famously ominous...

An 8-bit love affair: Terraria

Whilst I am a fan of many gaming genres, one could not capture my limited attention span. Minecraft gave birth to a new era of...

EGX 2015: Street Fighter 5 Preview

Everyone’s favourite beat 'em up returns next year with a brand new numbered instalment, and it’s certainly shaping up to not disappoint. Our brief hands-on...

EGX 2015: Need for Speed Preview

Due to be released on 5 November, we got the chance for a quick hands-on with the new Need for Speed title at EGX,...

Total War: A Retrospective

By Biagio Ruggiero Since the year 2000, Creative Assembly have been showing us history in its most brutal form. From the Roman to the French empires,...

Games That Changed Our Lives #8: Final Fantasy VII and VIII

Those crazy Japanese. Western culture can’t account for them. The Japanese are so bewildering that Sophia Coppola earned four Oscar nominations for a film...
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