Worms W.M.D


One of the first games I can remember playing as a kid was Scorched Earth, which placed players in tanks and pitted them against one another on a fairly basic landscape. It had things like different weapon types, environmental factors that affected shot speed and […]

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No Man’s Sky


Author’s Note: I would love to have taken some screenshots to illustrate my points a bit better, but as you might have heard, the PC version of the game is a little crash-prone when it comes to alt-tabbing, screenshots or being opened. Apologies for the […]

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Bear With Me – Episode One


When I first stumbled across Bear With Me, I’m not sure what struck me first: the fact it’s a point ‘n’ click adventure or that it’s a noir-inspired tale starring a teddy bear detective. I’m a massive fan of crime and mystery thrillers from the […]

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Monster Hunter Generations


I was a fairly late-comer to the Monster Hunter series, only picking it up after the release of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (MH4U), and for that, I feel cheated. Why had no one sat me down and told me exactly how great this series is? […]

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Do you remember a bizarre interactive art game released for PS3 called Linger in Shadows? If not, let me refresh your memory. It’s that weird game (if you can call it that) which featured a cat, tentacle robots, and a flying Basset Hound. I can’t […]

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I Am Setsuna


Even though turn-based games aren’t my usual pick, it’s always good to get out of your comfort zone and explore an unfamiliar genre more closely. With Square Enix’s I Am Setsuna, the further I progressed, the more I realised I might need to ask some […]

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Did you ever go through a phase of telling everyone you want to be a marine biologist? Do you think games are art, and would love nothing more than to explore a virtual 3D display? Do you enjoy puzzling over clues and coming up with […]

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Fallout Shelter for PC


It’s been quite awhile since I played Fallout Shelter on mobile, echoing from somewhere within the depths of my S6 Edge are the voices of what is likely now a very dead vault. It wasn’t that I didn’t enjoy the game (quite the opposite, in […]

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Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness


As a long time gamer, JRPG enthusiast, and all-around man about town, I was more than eager to jump at the chance to review the latest Star Ocean game – Integrity and Faithlessness. To be fully transparent with my review, I also have to admit […]

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Song of The Deep


Underwater gameplay is the highlight of any game in which it is featured. Ask anyone their favourite section of a game and they’ll give you the same list; escorting Emma in MGS2, Blitzball in Final Fantasy X, the famously joyous water temple in Ocarina of […]

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