If you want a cheap(ish), short platforming game to kill time, then Captain Toad Treasure Tracker will probably scratch that itch […]

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Funk of Titans Review

Funk of Titans could have been a decent beat ’em up side-scroller as all of the elements were there in the game. Instead […]

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Particulars Review

While it’s not going to turn you into a particle physicist anytime soon, Particulars is a game that might just pique your interest in the field.

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Without a doubt, this is the best way to play through the series as you have all the best released versions with updated graphics and music, as well as trophy support (even if the “movies” are lacking).

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The Crew Review

For as much as I enjoyed the game, there are still some major flaws that could have been easily avoided. The game starts off by trying to convince you that there’s a story worth mentioning. Don’t get your hopes up, because the story is both […]

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The Talos Principle is everything that a puzzle game should be, and then offers a little bit more. Despite the fantastic narrative and gameplay not being interwoven, the pacing, level design and mechanics all harmonised together really well, and made me want to solve puzzle […]

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Overall, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a fun, richly detailed, arcade adventure game that’s well worth the 25-ish dollar price of admission. What it lacks in original storytelling, it more than makes up for with beautifully wrought environments and fun, if not […]

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Dragon Age: Inquisition is an improvement over its predecessors in almost every way; both combining and innovating upon the franchises best qualities. […]

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t’s certainly playable; there’s a modicum of satisfaction to be found, but so little of it is enjoyable that I can’t fathom any reason to recommend it beyond the fact that it exists. Only buy it if you reeeeeeeaally like farming.

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Overall, we foresee the market for this game being very niche, with players needing to be fervent fans of both the SRPG and visual novel genres to enjoy the game at its full potential. With a slow start and long discussions that show no apparent […]

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