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Unravel Review

How often is a game released that both appeals to all ages, manages to stun players with its visuals and leaves a lasting impression well after completion? Yeah, it doesn't happen every day. Little Big Planet, while great fun for all the family, beca...
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Ironcast Review

A strategic match three game? Set in a steampunk 19th century England? With mechs? Well, Ironcast certainly sounds interesting – and for the most part, it is. H...
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Foul Play Review

Foul Play is a side-scrolling beat-em-up with a twist: It's a play. It's set in a theatre, with actors and extras and props. It's made clearer than in Super Mario Bros. 3 (if you didn't realise that already, look it up!) but not as obvious as Puppete...
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Far Cry Primal Review

With an announcement less than five months before release, we really had no idea what to expect from Ubisoft's latest open-world epic. Was another Far Cry neces...
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The Flame in the Flood Review

From the moment I saw the trailer for The Flame in the Flood it reminded me stylistically of Don't Starve. Now that I've played it, it does even more so; both are survival games where only your wits, foraging and crafting can save you. In the case of...

A Quick Look at Forced Showdown

Forced Showdown is a top-down roguelike that incorporates deck building, which seems like a winning combination given the current gaming landscape. However, whi...
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We Are Doomed Review

A lone ship, armed with a super laser beam that can fire in any direction, must stand alone in the vast emptiness of space (I think) and time (possibly). It raises just one question: "Are We Doomed?" Brought to your screens by developer Vertex Pop, ...
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Pixel Piracy Review

Given what a huge hit Terraria was, everyone has been waiting to see just what Re-Logic would bring us next. Well now the wait is over as they have teamed up wi...
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Megadimension Neptunia VII Review

Compile Heart’s Hyperdimension Neptunia series is a strange beast. The first game, released for PS3 back in 2010, was a bit rubbish to be honest, but somehow its quirky humour and crazy characters found it a legion of fans that gave it legs. Fortunat...
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Layers of Fear Review

Since P.T.'s very brief life in late 2014/early 2015, there's been a resurgence of meandering psychological horror games. Although little more than a looping co...