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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

The first thing that strikes you about The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is just how pretty it looks. Released last year on PC it was...

Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria Review

Developed by Muteki Corporation, and published by Choice Provision Inc., Dragon Fantasy - The Volumes of Westeria follows the story of Ogden, guard to Queen Becca. His goal? To save Prince Morton.

This War of Mine Review

To start, let’s get this straight. I’ve never been one for war games. I didn’t like Call of Duty nor Battlefield, but that’s just my...

Quiplash Review

What's the point in having a party with your closest friends if you can't be completely rude and inappropriate with them? Quiplash openly invites you...

No Time to Explain Review

No Time to Explain is a game that grabs you instantly. Within seconds of the game beginning you’ll witness half of your home suddenly torn...

PieceFall Review

PieceFall is a charming puzzle platformer that’s taken the concept of Tetris to a whole new dimension – literally. Armed with nothing but your brainpower...

Limbo Review

If you’re interested in trying something a little different, or maybe taking your first foray into the mists of the indie genre, then this your game.

Astebreed Review

With its sumptuous graphics and manic gameplay, Astebreed is an indie Japanese shooter that you should take notice of. Previously only available on PC, its...

Victor Vran Review

Made by independent Bulgarian studio Haemimont Games, Victor Vran is an action RPG following a demon hunter as he attempts to free the gothic...
Dominique Pamplemousse review

Dominique Pamplemousse Review

Dominique Pamplemousse is clearly a labour of love that deserves to be shared.

Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess Review

Do you ever feel like being purely evil, instilling terror into your rivals and causing them to suffer the most painful and humiliating deaths possible? If your...

Battle Fantasia Revised Edition Review

Released in Japanese arcades in April 2007, Battle Fantasia offered a unique take on the fighting game genre with its highly stylised visuals and...

The Fall Review

Released last year on PC and WiiU, The Fall is a 2.5D side scrolling puzzle-action sci-fi game developed by indie studio Over the Moon. Planned...

Legends of Eisenwald Review

The land is overrun by mercenaries and vagrant lords are on the prowl. As one of those lords, bereft of lands and lacking the capital...

3D Thunder Blade Review

The most recent arcade game to join the Sega 3D series on Nintendo’s 3DS handheld is perhaps not one of the most famous Super...

Quantum Rush Champions Review

Whilst the Playstation has had many successful iterations of its exclusive futuristic anti-gravity racer WipeOut, the Xbox has never really had a comparative game...

Coffin Dodgers Review (PC)

Coffin Dodgers is a traditional arcade-style kart racing game by developers MilkyTea in which elderly residents of a retirement village battle to out-race death on their mobility scooters.

Hohokum Review

With a stunning, yet simplistic design and intuitive controls, Hohokum is an unstructured adventure game that gives you the freedom to create your own...

Spectra Review

Hurtling down a neon track at breakneck pace, you’ll need zen-like concentration and lighting reflexes if you want to succeed in Spectra. Littered with prismatic...

The Red Solstice Review

What The Red Solstice may lack in storyline, it definitely makes up for in gameplay: the campaign is merely training for what’s in store at the end-game.
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