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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...

Sundered is Bleak, Brutal and Utterly Brilliant

Thunder Lotus Games' first game, Jotun, was beautiful, but this next project looks to be even more remarkable. Here's our hands-on preview.

The Beautiful ‘Ghost of a Tale’ Might Just Be the Best Early Access Title We’ve Ever Seen

I’ve written this paragraph a dozen different ways already. I’ve no clue how to kick off this preview. So I’ll just start by saying...

The Little Acre is the Most Adorable Game You’ll Play This Year

What a wonderful little gem The Little Acre could turn out to be this year. Its hand drawn art style takes me back to...

Preview: Is Yesterday Origins Too Linear to be Intriguing?

We managed to get our hands on an exclusive preview copy of Yesterday Origins, the new point and click game coming next month to PS4, Xbox...

Preview: Dark Flame is an Ode to Castlevania, with a Nod to Metroid

Dark Flame has everything you want from a 2D ARPG title. Fantastic environments, fluid mechanics, and great enemy design all come out in droves....

Preview: Smash + Grab is more Third-Person Brawler than MOBA – and it’s all the more fun for it

A Since League of Legends and Dota 2 dominated the MOBA scene, many games have come and gone with their attempts at emulating the...

EGX Preview: Dishonored 2 is “Nothing Short of Magical”

It’s been an exciting few years for Bethesda Softworks. Fallout 4, Fallout Shelter, DOOM, Elder Scrolls Online, Elder Scrolls Legends, Skyrim Remastered... the list of...

EGX Preview: Little Nightmares is Shaping Up to be Something Big

Very few of you will have probably heard of Tarsier Studios, the Swedish developer behind the PS Vita version of LittleBigPlanet, Tearaway Unfolded and...

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