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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...

Destiny: The Taken King Review

The beta is over! That's the joke we're all going with, right? In this case I think it's okay to be derivative since the statement...

Networm Review

Imagine you're in an incredibly low budget '80s movie. Scratch that. Imagine you're in any '80s movie. Now imagine that you're a hacker, and it gets to...

Unfair Jousting Fair Review

Ever since childhood, it has been everyone's dream to one day become champion of unicycle jousting. Alas, 'tis rare that such an aspiration become reality....

Leo’s Fortune Review

When you have a side-scrolling platformer where you play a little fuzzy ball with a moustache it doesn’t quite instil confidence… I mean, what’s...

Dropsy Review

Something of a pixelated oddity, Dropsy is a point and click adventure that bases its gameplay around compassion and beauty in a world that has none.

Dynamite Fishing: World Games Review

Fishing; it’s a boring sport, if you can call it that. It’s a largely futile exercise that pits man against fish – a game that...

3D Gunstar Heroes Review

The original Sega Mega Drive version of Gunstar Heroes was released in 1993 to huge acclaim. It was the debut game from Treasure, a team...

Nobunaga’s Ambition: The Sphere of Influence Review

Nobunaga's Ambition: The Sphere of Influence is a turn-based strategy game from Japanese studio Koei Tecmo. Koei have been quietly pumping out this kind of...

Zombie Vikings Review

Initially it was all about sparkling vampires, then werewolves and now zombies… but Zombie Vikings? Those are two words I never thought I’d hear together,...

Goat Simulator: Mmore GoatZ Edition Review

I love goats. For some reason the combination of their trendy little beards, serial killer eyes and cool pointy horns makes them ever so endearing...

Cute Things Dying Violently Review

How cruel are you? Would you dare use garden shears to pluck your pet rabbit’s eyelashes or try to groom a little fluffy kitten...

Journey Review

Despite its release three years ago on PlayStation 3 and recent remaster to PlayStation 4, Journey continues to immerse its players in a way that is unique to other games.
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