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Celestian Tales: Old North Review

Forgoing the clichéd "boy saves world" storyline in favour of something more grounded in reality, Celestian Tales: Old North is a JRPG that attempts...

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Review

Originally released in 2013 on Xbox 360 and shortly thereafter on PlayStation 3, Starbreeze Studios' Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons has now made...

Mini Metro Review

Mini Metro is a game developed by Dinosaur Polo Club. It's a mass transportation creator and simulator in which players have to build an...
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Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture Review

It’s not often that a game can make you feel so ill at ease from the start menu alone. "Zero, eight, zero, one." "The emergency may...

Beyond Eyes Review

Bored and depressed. That’s how I felt after the three hours it took me to complete this admittedly pretty and unique adventure. The fact...

Lucius II: The Prophecy Review

We all remember feeling chills when watching The Omen. Reboot or not, there was something about that little boy that made you not want...

Rare Replay Review

As someone that has admittedly not played many Rare games, the announcement of Rare Replay was a nice surprise for me. Promising a collection...

10-in-1 Arcade Collection Review

What could be better than a collection of 10 arcade games on the Nintendo 3DS for less than a couple of quid? "Not much...

The Stanley Parable Review

Stanley sits at his computer, just like every other day of his miserable life. He spends hours staring at the screen and pushing the...

Contradiction Review

Though not entirely unheard of, full motion video games this side of the 1980s aren't exactly run of the mill. The release of Sam Bailey's Her...

Galak-Z: The Dimensional Review

Galak-Z: The Dimensional is a 2D shooter combining frantic dogfighting action with strategy and guile. Heavily inspired by Japanese anime sci-fi, it's a slick, creative...
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Airscape: The Fall of Gravity Review

Airscape: The Fall of Gravity has the potential to be a truly great game, but it isn’t there quite yet.

Roving Rogue Review

Roving Rogue is a charming little side-scroller that succeeds in making you reminisce on the gaming days of old.

N++ Review

People think that living life as a ninja is cool. That it’s all about keeping in the shadows, doing acrobatic jumps, throwing a few...
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Rocket League Review

So, you don't like sports? Wrong. You just haven't found the right sport for you, and the right sport for you is Rocket League....

Dream Review

Developed by the small indie studio HyperSloth, Dream is a puzzle-solving exploration game sure to boggle the mind.

Not A Hero Review

Join an assassin turned campaign manager and his manic mayoral candidate as they wade through corridors of pixelated thugs and bloodthirsty ninjas on their...

King’s Quest – Episode 1: A Knight to Remember Review

A classic adventure series that started in the 80s, the King’s Quest games passed me by way back when I was a wee nipper....

Submerged Review

Developed by Uppercut Games, Submerged offers a unique experience. Opening with a seemingly unconscious boy, Taku, and his sister, Miku, sailing into a foreboding submerged...

The Swindle Review

The Swindle is an ambitious game that unfortunately just falls in at average.
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