ATTENTION READER, SPOILERS!: This is part 2 of an ongoing series of articles, click here for the first in the series. I won’t be going out of my way to spoil major plot details, however, due to the nature of these articles, some details are […]

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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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Mad Max Review

If this had been a game set in the Mad Max universe but with a different character as the player character, I would have been happy. This game is good on a technical level for the most part. The driving combat is a lot of […]

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Armello Review

Digital board games are a great idea; as anyone who regularly enjoys playing board games can tell you, getting a group of adults together into a room at the same time is no easy task. I’ve seen plenty of adaptations of existing board games, but […]

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We don’t often get political here at GameCloud and when I say “we,” I really just mean me on the odd occasion and some vague, crazy rantings from Nick in his clearer moments. But since I’ve written about some of the more recent questionable decisions […]

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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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I was surprised to learn recently that the 2011 title Homefront was not only getting a sequel, but that this is actually a re-announcement for Homefront: The Revolution. The IP changed hands from THQ to Crytek amid the former’s shutdown, which was then sold onto […]

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Pac-Man 256 Review

Pac-Man 256 is a solid game, a decent forever runner and an excellent homage to the original arcade version with some tight sound design. There’s not a huge amount more to say about it; it’s a fairly simple arcade-style mobile game, which is why their […]

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In the last entry of this series, I ventured half-cocked into the Californian wastes of Fallout 1 and died a bunch in hilarious ways [...]

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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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