DOOM Review

I was both sceptical and excited when I started playing DOOM (2016); the familiar tropes, the setting and the soundtrack were all saturating to the senses and brought both a sense of nostalgia and refreshing sense of revitalisation. Soon afterwards I found myself bogged down […]

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Monstrum Review

While promising in concept, and ambitious in its random-asset generation and placement, Monstrum ultimately falls short [...]

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Killing Floor 2 is not only a worthy sequel to the first title, but a worthy multiplayer experience in its own right. I’m certainly glad Tripwire [...]

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Alien Isolation Review

It’s not often that licensed games get it right, but when they do, they truly bring the world they represent to life, and in turn inject new life into, and reinvigorate their source material. The Alien franchise has never gone down the road of slow-burning […]

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Earlier last year, we had the opportunity to review Freedom Fall at a time when the idea of a Steam Launch was still so far away. Having achieved this goal, we decided to deliver a fresh perspective! I’ve loved platform games since day dot. My […]

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Wow… Just wow. In a day and age involving sky-rocketing rental prices with unreasonable landlords, plus the slow and agonising death of [...]

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The Stanley Parable Review

Overall, The Stanley Parable develops a sense of foreboding nihilism; that, whatever you do ultimately doesn’t really matter – Stanley is no action […]

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