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Firewatch Review

Upon receiving Firewatch and opening it up, my first impression was obviously: “Wow, this is beautiful,” only… not quite that calm. Replace the genteel of the...

Protoshift Review

When I used to go to school I was one of those kids that spent a lot of time on the library computers during...

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection Review

The Uncharted trilogy, released between 2007 and 2011 for PlayStation 3, showed off the best that the console had to offer and was perhaps some...
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Rise of the Tomb Raider Review (PC)

Over the past few days I've climbed nearly to the jagged peaks of snow-capped mountains, swung over perilously deep, geothermally heated chasms, scavenged deadly,...

Oxenfree Review

Oxenfree is a supernatural thriller about a group of friends stranded on an uninhabited island. Is it worth your time? Check out Ed's review to find out.

Klaus Review

Imagine waking up in an ominous red basement, unable to remember how you got there or who you were. With the word Klaus tattooed on...

Super Ubie Island REMIX Review

Freshly revamped by indie developer Notion Games, Super Ubie Island REMIX is an awesomely optimistic arcade game that's brought back the best parts of...

Death By Game Show Review

By the 26th Century, robots have become mankind’s supreme overlords, reducing us to a state of stupidity so immense, the death penalty for being...

AIPD Review

Usually, law enforcement is a process that is conducted with the aim of pacifying the criminal without causing too much of a scene or...

Fortified Review

Tower defence is one of the oldest and most popular genres in gaming; it’s pretty much been done to death. So when a new...

Not A Hero Review (PS4)

Some consider all politicians to be crooks. Many probably are in some way or another, whether it be by fiddling their expenses or leveraging their...

Fat City Review

Vapid - adjective: Offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging; bland - e.g.: "Fat City, while fun in parts, is almost entirely vapid". There's really no better word to...

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen Review

Combine the art style of Dark Souls with the open world of Skyrim and the vertical combat of Shadow of the Colossus. That would make...

Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink Review

I have to confess something: in my misguided youth, I spent far more time than I should playing downloadable PC "hidden object" games. I was...

Futuridium EP Deluxe Review

Futuridium - besides sounding like the secret elemental weakness of a superhero called “History Man” (patent pending) – is an indie shoot 'em up...

Stardust Vanguards Review

Who do I have to talk to about having games put in an arcade cabinet? Because I desperately want Stardust Vanguards in a cabinet,...

Inside My Radio Review

If you spend silly amounts of time creating the perfect playlist for your next gaming session, Seaven Studio's Inside My Radio is for you. This...

Croixleur Sigma Review

Croixleur Sigma is one of those games that you’ll know if you like it or not within five minutes of playing it. Originally released on...

Sven Co-op Review

Sven Co-op is a Co-operative mod for the original Half-Life. It's a simple premise: it's Half-Life, but with your buddies. No competitive gameplay. No...

Zheros Review

Remember the days when scrolling beat ‘em ups were king? Titles like Final Fight, Streets of Rage, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Double Dragon...
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