First revealed in 2011, Fortnite is a co-op survival shooter and defence building game from Epic Games and People Can Fly where you and your teammates must fight to survive against hordes of monsters. During development, Epic Games founder Tim Sweeney described the game as […]

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Micro Machines World Series is a racing game that I can’t recommend as there simply isn’t enough content to keep players invested longterm. The absence of single-player component and other offline options is a massive oversight, and it prevents this instalment from feeling like a […]

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Dead Rising 4 Review

Dead Rising 4 is probably the most fun game I’ve played all year. It’s like a blockbuster horror film full of action, humour and thousands of hungry zombies. Capcom Vancouver has done a great in job delivering an intriguing and comedic storyline, filled with entertaining […]

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Mafia III Review

I wish Mafia III was the exciting and progressive open world crime game it promised to be, but it doesn’t even come close to rivalling the likes of genre juggernauts such as Grand Theft Auto. It’s sad, too, because I enjoyed the previous games in […]

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Bear With Me is an entertaining return to the point ‘n’ click adventure games of old with its charming dialogue and fascinating characters. While I have to admit I found the frequently slow loading times frustrating, it luckily doesn’t damage the overall experience. The puzzles […]

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Dangerous Golf Review

Dangerous Golf is a fun arcade title with a lot of destruction and mayhem, but it’s also one that’s best enjoyed in small portions. While there is a good assortment of courses, the gameplay doesn’t change or add anything new as the game progresses. Visually […]

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INSIDE Review

INSIDE is a stunning masterpiece to behold and uncover, and is, without a doubt, an experience that should not be missed. Playdead Studios has once again taken a simple formula and excelled to extraordinary new heights when it comes to delivering striking environments and cleverly […]

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Going in, I thought this would be the ultimate Ninja Turtles game, but it ultimately ended up being the biggest letdown of this year so far. Platinum had all the tools to make a great licensed game, but what we got instead is a hollow […]

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“SEEEGAAAA!” Man, do I miss the sound of that angelic voice singing the company’s name. But wait… I can hear it again once more – through backwards compatibility and the Steam virtual games room! I know, I know, Sega re-release stuff all the time, and you […]

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I work in the city as a Graphic Designer and have been for nearly nine years. It’s a good job –sure, but the biggest perk for me is that I could go into the city centre on my lunch break. To be a 10-minute walk […]

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