Sniper Elite 4

There’s a reason why seeing Richard Spencer getting decked in GIFs all over the internet is so satisfying. We have been taught through countless films, comic books and video games that Nazis are evil, and deserve to be met with extreme prejudice. The Sniper Elite […]

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Tales of Berseria

Having played several games from the Tales series over the years, I was excited to play Tales of Berseria, the sixteenth main entry – especially after being disappointed by Tales of Zestiria, which was the previous instalment, and leaving it incomplete. I had some apprehensions […]

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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

When Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (RE7) was first announced at E3 2016, a lot of core fans voiced concerns over the game’s bold new direction. The mainline series was already in dire straits after the critical failure of Resident Evil 6, and it didn’t help […]

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Urban Empire

Games are remarkable in that they can make repetition enjoyable. Whether it’s jumping in Mario or running missions in XCOM, games are capable of warping tedious activities into engaging ones. Urban Empire, however, somehow makes the exciting world of administrative approval so mundane tha- eh, […]

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Watch Dogs 2

We gamers can be a rather salty bunch. It’s not always without merit, though, in the case of many furores that now seem to arise daily in our age of early-access stuff ups and Kickstarter fraud. When the first Watch Dogs grabbed gamers’ attention, it […]

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Rad Rodgers: World One

Hey, here’s something fun we can do. Let’s flip the format backwards and jump to the end right at the start! Rad Rodgers: World One is great, and you should totally pick it up! I’m not even kidding. I loved the hell out of this […]

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Space Hulk: Deathwing

By the Emperor’s Exquisite Holy Nipples! What is this abomination that sits before me, wallowing in its sordid mediocrity? I know that Warhammer 40K video game adaptations are mostly considered to be awful by default, but Space Hulk: Deathwing (SH:D) takes the absolute piss with […]

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Batman: The Telltale Series

The caped crusader becomes a lot less intimidating if you pronounce his name wrong. He is the night, he is the darkness, he is… The Batmun. Not to be confused with the Megamun, Aquamun or Butman, Batmun’s legacy is so long that it would take […]

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Shenzhen I/O

I have been a massive fan of Zachtronics’ games since they released SpaceChem back in 2011. Their unique puzzle games have always been able to suck me into hours upon hours of seemingly endless frustration and pondering. Their latest release, Shenzhen I/O, uses their usual […]

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Owlboy

Nine years ago in 2007, when D-Pad Studios began work on Owlboy, The Last Guardian and Final Fantasy Versus XIII (now XV) were recent announcements. “Can it run Crysis?” was the measuring stick of all PC Master Race pissing contests. And Michael Bay had only […]

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