Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection contains a good game, a great game, and an excellent game. If you missed the trilogy the first time round, this is a great way for you to experience it, and I wholeheartedly recommend you do. It gets off to […]

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With the release of WWE’s yearly franchise heading to our shelves soon for 2016, I thought this an opportune time to retrospectively take a look at the previous year’s release and how it weighed in. To provide some context, I’ve been a wrestling fan since […]

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SOMA Review

While SOMA is a far cry away from being scary in the conventional sense, it is one of the most chilling and thought provoking games I’ve ever played. Lately, I’ve been watching a lot of the original Twilight Zone – a show which often leaves […]

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Well, this was certainly different. Albino Lullaby is an FPS puzzle-platformer (to borrow from Ashley Birch, a platuzzler, if you will) that promises players a horror experience without “relying on jump scares or gore.” Albino Lullaby Episode 1 is a horror in the classic sense, […]

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I want to like Ninja Pizza Girl, and there are parts of it that I do like, but it’s plagued by problems that aren’t unique. It tries to deliver a good message, but it lacks the engagement to deliver it properly. There are memorable moments […]

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Armikrog Review

It’s not one of the best point and click adventure games available right now, but it probably is the most visually unique in appearance and style. Sadly, I just didn’t find it to be a fun game; too often finding myself losing patience as I […]

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Ever since I played some of this retro-rhythm game on the demo disk that came with my PS2 ten years ago, I’ve been wanting to try the whole thing out. As the title indicates, it’s actually the second installment of the Space Channel 5 games, […]

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All things considered, Pokémon Shuffle is a game worth including in your app collection. The variety of levels and novel approach to icon movement helps to keep the match-3 genre fresh and interesting. In particular, Pokémon fans with a “gotta catch ‘em all” mentality will […]

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Blood Bowl 2 Review

Blood Bowl 2 doesn’t do a whole lot different from its predecessor, which is both good and bad. Lovers of Blood Bowl should be pleased to see the game intact, but the clunky controls, minimal UI and shoddy campaign don’t do much better than Blood […]

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Project Mirai DX is a bright and colourful game, with plenty of large icons and cheery characters. I hesitate to recommend it to all who enjoy rhythm games because I understand that the aesthetic isn’t for everyone, it’s incredibly cutesy, and the characters tend to […]

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