Honestly, I wanted to love this game because of its involvement with Berserk and how much love I still have for the series – but I just can’t. It’s the same game I’ve already reviewed twice before with a different set of skins, and there […]

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Nioh Review

Without even having mentioned what has been a lengthy journey from inception back in 2004 of an entirely different style of game, Koei Tecmo have managed to weather the last 13 years and publish a game alongside Team Ninja that is quite exceptional regardless of […]

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Honestly, as the time slowly draws closer for Kingdom Hearts III, there’s no better time to try and get started on the series. As it currently stands from this fan’s perspective, it’s hard to argue against the offering of a plethora of games that have […]

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The Last Guardian Review

If you’re a fan of Team Ico games and haven’t played The Last Guardian yet, or are genuinely curious about the game, then I highly recommend checking it out to satisfy your curiosity about what the final product has become. However, regardless of which side […]

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Titanfall 2 Review

I really liked Titanfall 2, hell I maybe even loved it. It’s a real treat when you get to play a master crafted, well-polished title, and even BETTER when it’s one that catches you by surprise. It’s really unfortunate that the latest news seems to […]

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After all the dust settles, the big question is whether the 20 Year Celebration Edition of Rise of the Tomb Raider is worth it? For PlayStation 4 users, absolutely! The lone game by itself is incredible, and the extra content that’s added in is nothing […]

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NBA 2K17 Review

Sincerely, this is the BEST offering that 2K have put on the table for a number of years, and they deserve recognition for rejuvenating what has become a somewhat stagnant franchise over the last few years in my opinion. By significant change to gameplay, narrative […]

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As we all spilled through the doors at Perth Games Festival, the very first booth I saw was for Thwart Geo – a game akin to classics such as Space Invaders and Asteroids, and contemporary titles such as Geometry Wars. After talking to Jez, one […]

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In what the media have begun to call the “Golden Age of Gaming” over the last few years, there has never been a better time to find such a diverse range of genres and types of games to cater to the tastes of all individuals. […]

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While I can see people arguing that the Ace Attorney series has gotten stale after 15 years, I’ve got to disagree. I think this boils down to the release schedule of the games primarily, with the last main series entry dating back to 2013. I […]

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