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Satellite Reign Review

A cyberpunk world, shadowed in darkness that engulfs you in every turn, yet illuminated by neon at once relieving in its light and unsettling in its tone.
Almightree: The Last Dreamer Review

Almightree: The Last Dreamer Review

“KEEP RUNNING. KEEP RUNNING FOR CRYING OUT LOUD! OTHERWISE YOU'LL FALL! Oh, but don't forget to replant blocks of earth and talk to as...
Magnetic: Cage Closed review

Magnetic: Cage Closed Review

Developed by Guru Games, a small independent game developer in Sweden, Magnetic: Cage Closed is a first person puzzle game, not too dissimilar from the ever-loved Portal series.

Zombi Review

As a launch title for the ill-fated WiiU, ZombiU was a pleasant surprise. Combining first person action adventure with strong survival horror elements, it...

Red Goddess: Inner World Review

Red Goddess: Inner World is a very pretty action adventure platformer in which you travel through a world created by the protagonist's psyche. You play...

Calvino Noir Review

Aesthetically, Calvino Noir is the epitome of cool. It’s the lone figure standing in the shadows on a dirty street, the perfect glass of...

Master Spy Review

Master Spy places you in the shoes of the titular spy. Armed with only a trench coat that turns you invisible and a freakishly good jumping ability, you set off on a globe-hopping tale of corporate espionage, deadly assassins, fatal laser traps, and an encounter with a really peeved shark.
Missing: An Interactive Thriller - Episode 1

Missing: An Interactive Thriller – Episode 1 Review

With what appears to be a bit of a FMV game renaissance going on the moment, gracing us with great titles such as Her...

Curses ‘N Chaos Review

A teeth grinding, pulse racing arena-brawler, Curses 'N Chaos is the relentlessly difficult 8-bit creation by Tribute Games.
Giana Sisters: Dream Runners Review

Giana Sisters: Dream Runners Review

I remember playing The Great Giana Sisters on the Amiga as a wee nipper. It may have been a blatant rip off of Super...

Big Pharma Review

Video games are a unique art form. They stand alone as being the best way to become immersed in a role and often the strongest...

Volume Review

Volume is not a game for the impatient, nor is it for the action addicts. Instead its audience lies in the practicing ninjas and...

The Deer God Review

Always treat others as you would like to be treated yourself, that what was always drummed into me as a child. It’s also the message...

Party Hard Review (PC)

The party is in full swing next door and the drone of those infernal speakers has shaken you awake for the last time. Your neighbours...

Shadowrun: Hong Kong Review

If you are looking for that next brilliant RPG or have a love of cyberpunk, this game is essential to your collection.

Steredenn Early Access Review

Right now, we're enjoying a golden age for video games. Not only that, but we are about to be spoiled by some incredible, huge releases....

Until Dawn Review

After much anticipation, Until Dawn finally graced the living rooms of UK residents on 28 August this year. This was not my first encounter with the...

The Bridge Review

Abstract and fiendish. Just two words that you might use to describe The Bridge, a puzzle game by indie developers Ty Taylor and Mario Castañeda,...

Back to Bed Review

“Bob has narcolepsy,” Back to Bed informs you, via one of its many wondrous pieces of art interspersed between its 30 levels. If I...

Lost Dimension Review

"The End" is here. Well, that's his actual name but he's hell-bent on destroying the world unless a group of highly-trained mutants can stop...

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