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Cat Quest Preview: A Purr-fect Way to Spend Some Time

Upcoming action RPG Cat Quest is addictive, endearing fun that takes you back to a time when games were simpler, and it's all the better for it.

Preview: Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Feels Just Like I Remember, But Better

Thanks to some much-appreciated quality of life additions to the game, I am optimistic about returning to Ivalice once again.
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Check Out the Fur-st 20 Minutes of Upcoming Action-RPG, Cat Quest

I've only played about an hour of Cat Quest, but already I am in love with it. Check out its first 20 minutes of gameplay.

Battle Chasers: Nightwar is Looking Like One Hell of a Dungeon Crawler

During E3, I was privy to a preview of Battle Chasers: Nightwar, developed by Airship Syndicate and published by THQ Nordic.
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Dead Alliance Hands-On Preview: An Interesting Take on a Saturated Genre

Surprisingly, my hands-on time with Dead Alliance during E3 2017 showed promise and an interesting spin on both the zombie and FPS genres.

Mirage: Arcane Warfare Beta Preview: It’s Unpolished, But It’s Beautiful

Mirage: Arcane Warfare hits both elation and frustration. One minute you're on a killing spree, and the next you're consistently dying in 2v1 or 3v1 situations.

Blood, Sweat and Neon Grenades: Let Them Come Preview

You, a bloody crazy 80’s action man, have a turreted machine gun and have a sole purpose in life to shoot shit up.

Syberia 3 Preview: A Familiar Yet Mysterious Return to Adventure

It’s looking likely that Syberia 3 will at least delight and intrigue when it releases on April 20th – even if it will struggle to fully amaze.

Solstice Chronicles: MIA is a Promising-Looking In-Depth Twin Stick Shooter

There could be a bright future for this game, and I'm pleased its release looks certain for this year.

In Snake Pass, You Need to ‘Think Like a Snake’

Snake Pass can be summed up by the advice I was given by a developer: “Think like a snake!”

Narrative-Driven ‘Dialogue’ Knows What It Means to Be a Writer

Dialogue by Tea-Powered Games is narrative-based experience all about writing a novel. If you've ever put pen to paper, it's a title you need to check out.

Bot Colony Preview: An Uneven Foray Into a Robotic Future

Bot Colony is not, as the name might suggest, about a group of sentient arses. Instead, this cybercentric adventure deals with the rise of...

Yooka-Laylee: Bringing the Collectathon Back With a Bang

I may have only had a couple of hours with the game, but already, I can’t recommend Yooka-Laylee highly enough.

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf Preview – 40K Say You? Not Enough Mechanics Say I!

Apparently, just taking all of the gameplay, rules, mechanics and lore from an incredibly successful table-top miniatures game and porting it straight into a...

LEGO Worlds is Much More Than Just a Minecraft Clone

LEGO Worlds is due for release next month and people are still confused to the nature of the game. It is not a Minecraft clone but much more...

Project Cars 2 Hands-On Preview: The Most Authentic Racing Experience Ever?

Slightly Mad Studious state that Project Cars 2 will aim to be the “pinnacle of authenticity”.

Dad Quest Preview: A Hilarious Interactive Parenting Guide Not to Be Missed

Without a doubt, the best aspect of Dad Quest is the comedy. The base concept of using a child as a weapon is hilarious in how ridiculous it is.
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Tekken 7 Preview – A Return to Form for the Series?

Two players; one on one. That’s the core of Tekken and 7 only seems to further this crucial series.

First Impact: Rise of a Hero Preview – Less Hero, More Zero

First Impact has a nice look to it, a fun soundtrack, and a good concept, but it needs a hell of a lot of fine tuning.

Conan Exiles Preview: Smacking the ‘Bore’ out of Hyborea

Let’s start out with a little bit of context. Conan Exiles was made available through Steam Early Access on 31st January 2017. At time...

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