It took me a long time to get back around to finishing off The Walking Dead: A New Frontier for full review, and, honestly, it’s because I knew exactly what it was going to be like. TWD games from Telltale these days are the same […]

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It’s still early days for PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG), but it’s still doing well for itself. Well enough that it’s able to hold an official ESL tournaments before even leaving Early Access. The wisdom of that is yours to ponder, but it’s worth noting that they […]

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Bend a knee, mortals, for you’re reading the words of someone who has approached gaming Godhood, and has touched the light of the virtually divine. I cleared a game that was truly a shameful mark on my record, one that I began nearly ten years […]

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I first played Ticket To Earth (TTE) as a demo at PAX, and I was genuinely intrigued by my short time with the game. A turn-based RPG with puzzle elements sounded like a grand old time, and, of course, it helped that I was playing […]

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If you’re the kind of person that complains about games being hard, or unfair in their mechanics, then Darkest Dungeon probably isn’t for you. It’s in that same vein that, if you played the original game and thought that it was too difficult, The Crimson […]

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When Nintendo announced that the presentation would only be thirty minutes long, I was expecting it to be a big long reel of trailers, no fluff or [...]

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I’m not entirely sure what I was expecting from Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. Like many others, I think the biggest draw was that it’s another SFII remix game, which have traditionally been well received in the past and a joy to play, […]

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I was initially drawn to The Sexy Brutale after seeing a short clip of the first mission being played through. The music, the humour, and the look of the game were very alluring, enough to make me want to give it a crack. While there […]

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Bulletstorm on its own is a fantastic game that knows exactly what it is – a juvenile romp through the blood-soaked tulips while calling said tulips a pack of cum guzzling c****. Considering this came from the last generation of shooters, carrying many of the […]

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The utterly bizarre nature of Danganronpa is what made me want to play them, and, after a certain point, grim determination is all that kept me going. At their core, there’s a lot of really cool concepts in these games that make for an excellent […]

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