A couple of days before New Years, GameCloud Editor-in-Chief, Will Kirk and I were discussing the topic of strange games and, of course, Fahrenheit was soon mentioned. Fahrenheit, or Indigo Prophecy as it was known in some parts of the world (or Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy […]

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Like many others before me (and many others still yet to come), I’ve wanted to play Five Nights At Freddy’s since it first released. For the longest time, it was a frequently talked about online; with everyone being like, “Ooooh! You have to play this […]

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Just like any other kid who grew up in the ’90s, I was enamored with the wide-spanning collection of horror books ‘Goosebumps’ by R.L. Stine. As my first introduction to the horror genre, it would heavily influence my love of horror films in my later […]

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Sometimes it’s nice to travel off the beaten path when it comes to video games, as it can take you to some pretty weird and wonderful places. With the advent of Greenlight on Steam, gamers are more inundated with choice than ever before due to […]

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With the release of WWE’s yearly franchise heading to our shelves soon for 2016, I thought this an opportune time to retrospectively take a look at the previous year’s release and how it weighed in. To provide some context, I’ve been a wrestling fan since […]

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Ever since I played some of this retro-rhythm game on the demo disk that came with my PS2 ten years ago, I’ve been wanting to try the whole thing out. As the title indicates, it’s actually the second installment of the Space Channel 5 games, […]

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Grey Goo feels like an awkward mix of existing RTS titles but with no personality or flavour of its own. Aside from Frank Klepacki’s [...]

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Overall, this is a silly game that doesn’t set out to be a favourite; instead it’s a money-grabbing attempt to cash in on the Batman brand. [...]

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I tried to finish this game, I really did, but it's just too goddamn boring for the amount of effort it asks - nay, demands of you. [...]

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Castlevania: Symphony of The Night is a game anyone who loves video games should play. Not only is it a great game by its own [...]

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