I think that the greatest trick a game can pull on you is to convince you that you’re the one in control. It’s a devilish little detail that a lot of games try to swindle when it’s obvious that any offer of agency is very, […]

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My return to Daventry in the second chapter of King’s Quest: Rubble Without a Cause was everything except what I had anticipated. The feel of the first installment had taken a coaster of emotions and ended in heartbreak and a cliffhanger, so I was looking […]

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When I reviewed Bloodborne earlier this year, I wrote: “Like a controversial piece of art, I completely understand why someone might not enjoy it, but I do think the industry as a whole should be able to appreciate it for what it is.” I also […]

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While Life is Strange may have stumbled at the finish line, there is still so much that’s great about this series. Just be aware that if you’ve come looking for the video game equivalent of Donnie Darko, you’ve come to the wrong place. The science […]

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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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This is what I've been waiting for - the heart-string twanging feels that Telltale are known for delivering in The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us [...]

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King’s Quest was fantastic in every way, including introducing me to my new favourite character in ages: Whisper, the hopeful knight. [...]

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For a game that plays with so many clichés and tropes, it never ceases to amaze me how each episode continues to surprise [...]

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I've often felt that the Telltale games are the natural evolution of the point-and-click adventure genre and that they just needed time [...]

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Life is Strange is quickly becoming my favourite game of the year. Don't get me wrong; technically speaking, I know that there have been [...]

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