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The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition Review

Fed up of always being the good guy in RPGs? Sometimes their over-enthusiasm to do “the right thing” leads to an overbearing sense of...

Herding Dog Review

If there's an emptiness inside of you that can only be filled with an animal herding simulator, then I may have a game recommendation...

101 Ways To Die Review

As the title suggests, I'm here to review 101 Ways To Die, but first, let me upset some people: I don't like indie games. Okay,...

12 is Better Than 6 Review

To me, top-down shooters are one of the hardest genres of games I have ever played. There’s just something about looking at your character from above...

The Westport Independent Review

As the Editor at The Westport Independent, you have 12 weeks to decide whether you will support the radicalised government or join the rebels at...

The Count Lucanor Review

Fear is a funny thing. It’s what keeps us awake at night and leaves us feeling nervous long after it has gone away. It can...

Day of the Tentacle Remastered Review

Day of the Tentacle (or, more properly, Maniac Mansion II: Day of the Tentacle) was first released to critical acclaim back in 1993. Now, thanks...

Final Fantasy Explorers Review

My fondest gaming memories probably come from the countless hours I spent on the original Dreamcast version of Phantasy Star Online in high school. Sure,...

Dub Dash Review

Off the bat, Dub Dash asks “ARE YOU READY FOR THE ULTIMATE CHALLENGE?”, and instantly, you know you're in for something special. Especially when the...

Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Review (Xbox One)

Originally released on WiiU and 3Ds in 2014, Shantae and the Pirate's Curse is the third in a series of games that originated from the...

Hitman (2016) Intro Pack Review

Whilst 2012’s Hitman: Absolution was generally met with praise by the critics, many of the series’ fans were dismayed. It wasn’t that the game was...

Reagan Gorbachev Review

Reagan Gorbachev is a game based on the Cold War. Ah, the Cold War. The battle between democracy and communism, the tense and symbolic split...

Cel Damage HD Review

Released on the Xbox way back in 2001, with the PS2 and GameCube being graced with its presence shortly after, the original Cel Damage received mixed...

Dreii Review

Etter Studio isn't your typical game developer. On the "About" page on their website, for example, they call themselves "an interdisciplinary design and strategy consultancy"....

Spacejacked Review

I knew I had to get my hands on Spacejacked when I saw that it was a pixel art tower-defence game. The fact that it’s...

Kholat Review

On the night of 2 February 1959, a group of nine hikers mysteriously met their demise on Kholat Syakhl in the Ural Mountains in...

Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops Review

Those of you who have been gaming since the 90s will remember a rather stonking war game by the name of Cannon Fodder. Created by...

Don’t Die, Mr. Robot Review

This game does not have a complex premise. Almost immediately, a GLaDOS-like voice will tell you what the whole game consists of: "Don't Die, Mr....

Alekhine’s Gun Review

A bona fide stealth game bears much likeness to the perfectly assembled hamburger.

Dungeon of the Endless Review

Playing Dungeon of the Endless reminds me of the iconic corridor fight scene in Korean Director Park Chan-wook's pop-violence masterpiece Oldboy. Think about it: you’re...
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