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Transformers: Devastation Review

I was a child of the 80s and 90s. I grew up with the Transformers cartoon series in my eye holes every Saturday morning...

Samurai Warriors 4-II Review

More of the same, but with refreshed content. That’s all anyone that’s played Samurai Warriors 4 will need to know to establish if this is...

Arcana Heart 3: Love Max!!!!! Review

“There is a theory which states that the closer one comes to reaching the limits of spiritual power, the more unstable they become.” This quote...

Paint It Back Review

If logic picture puzzles aren't your thing, you may as well hit "back" on your browser right now, because Paint It Back isn't for...

Cast of the Seven Godsends Review

Cast of the Seven Godsends pays homage to classic arcade side-scrollers complete with over the top gameplay, a surplus of enemies and awesome upgrades.

The Beginner’s Guide Review

The Beginner's Guide is a near impossible game to review. Partially because its themes are there precisely to discourage the kind of over-analysis a reviewer...

Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf HD Remastered Review

In July of 1984 author and game designer Joe Dever released the first chapter in his Lone Wolf gamebook series. Combining elements of then popular...

Train Valley Review

Train Valley is a rather fun "rail management simulator" for PC, spanning over 200 years of train technology and 24 levels of lovely, hair-pulling frustration. It's one...

The Talos Principle: Deluxe Edition Review

What is the meaning of life? What separates a human being from a robot? Are animals as valuable as humans? These are just some of...

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth Review

The Binding of Isaac is one of those games you wish you could stop playing. It’s one of those games you play in a dream...
SOMA

SOMA Review

I tend to classify science fiction in one of two ways: soft science fiction or hard science fiction. Soft science fiction is where the scientific...

Saint Seiya: Soldiers Soul Review

With their armour designs based on constellations, the cast of Saint Seiya have accumulated quite a following since they were let loose on the...

Armikrog Review (PC)

Developed by Pencil Test Studios, the spiritual successor to the highly revered Neverhood has finally released after a long wait, punctuated with several delays....

Fermi’s Path Review

Part rhythm game and part endless runner, Fermi's Path is a fast-paced arcade game that's going to have you wanting to tap your feet...
Press X To Not Die

Press X To Not Die Review

The first thing that you need to understand about Press X Not To Die is that, first and foremost, it is a title that...

Overruled! Review

Triple-A cinematic epics are all well and good, but sometimes you just want to kick back and relax with something a little more pick...

Never Alone Review

There is a peculiar connection between a person and their pet. An unconditional love that we feel they reciprocate, that they understand. Other people will...

Penarium Review

Poor little Willy. With his father as his only friend, all he longs for in life is a bit of wonder; a bit of excitement...

Cross of the Dutchman Review

Based on a true story, Cross of the Dutchman is a historical action-adventure game recently released on PC via Steam, Humble and other distribution...

Pure Hold’em Review

Poker is a unique game. It often plays out like a game of secrets and your visual appearance in game is just as important...
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