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The Stanley Parable Review

Stanley sits at his computer, just like every other day of his miserable life. He spends hours staring at the screen and pushing the buttons he is told to. But ...
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Contradiction Review

Though not entirely unheard of, full motion video games this side of the 1980s aren't exactly run of the mill. The release of Sam Bailey's Her Story last month...

Leap of Fate – Early Access Preview

From the French-Canadian games company Clever Plays Studio comes their debut indie game Leap of Fate, where you play as a cyberpunk rogue in a not-too-distant dystopian neon future. The game is described (on their own website) as “a mix of the infin...
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10 Of The Most Valuable PS2 Games

They say something is only worth as much as someone is willing to pay for it... but in the case of these PS2 games, some people are willing to pay a lot for the...
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Galak-Z: The Dimensional Review

Galak-Z: The Dimensional is a 2D shooter combining frantic dogfighting action with strategy and guile. Heavily inspired by Japanese anime sci-fi, it's a slick, ...
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Airscape: The Fall of Gravity Review

By Callum Humphreys This is how the world ends. This is how the world ends. This is how the world ends… with a bang, a whimper, and aliens abducting octopi. Yes, it really is as crazy as it sounds. Airscape: The Fall of Gravity is an action platfor...
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Roving Rogue Review

By Jack Young Right from the start Roving Rogue grabs you with intrigue. Rather than the age-old tale of a hero's hunt for his ultimate enemy, Roving Rogue lo...
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N++ Review

People think that living life as a ninja is cool. That it’s all about keeping in the shadows, doing acrobatic jumps, throwing a few shurikens and generally just being a sneaky bastard. I’ve got it on good authority that they’re wrong though, at least...

The “Dawn” of Final Fantasy XV

During gamescom 2015 an interview held with Square Enix video game director Hajime Tabata revealed details surrounding Final Fantasy XV along with a tentative b...
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Rocket League Review

So, you don't like sports? Wrong. You just haven't found the right sport for you, and the right sport for you is Rocket League. Developed by Psyonix, creators of Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, this is the souped-up car football game...
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Dream Review

By Emily Morath Developed by the small indie studio HyperSloth, Dream is a puzzle-solving exploration game sure to boggle the mind. Dream finally left the Early Access stage on 31 July after becoming available on Steam back in August of 2013. Set i...
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Not A Hero Review

Join an assassin turned campaign manager and his manic mayoral candidate as they wade through corridors of pixelated thugs and bloodthirsty ninjas on their jour...

Nanos: The Battle Inside – Early Access Preview

Nanos: The Battle Inside is an attempt to remake Pong for Generation Y. However, despite the effort this is a dull and often frustrating experience. Anyone seeking an updated seventies classic would be better off listening to a remastered version of ...
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Submerged Review

Developed by Uppercut Games, Submerged offers a unique experience. Opening with a seemingly unconscious boy, Taku, and his sister, Miku, sailing into a forebodi...
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Top 10 Hardest PS4 Platinums

We've covered the Top 10 easiest PS4 platinums already, but what about the opposite end of the scale? For every game that's dead easy to reign in all the trophi...