Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is a game that wears its limitations and shortcomings on its sleeves. It has many things about it that I don’t particularly like and yet it is also somehow very worthwhile. It provides a really nice place to explore and […]

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It’s been a while since I’ve written one of these WWWTFs. Uni stole my time for the most part, but there were still plenty of hours in the day for me to write up a few words here and there. That time wasn’t spent being […]

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It could already be argued that 2017 has been one of the best years in gaming in a very long time – if not one of the best of all time! – and we’re only at the half way mark with countless promising titles still on […]

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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is a faithful rebuilding of the original three Crash games, yet it feels so much better than they do today. The positive vibes and joyous aesthetic cut through the sometimes-dubious gameplay, while simplifications and updates to the structure and systems […]

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To tamp it down for you: Beans is not good if you’re expecting a genuine simulator, or if you want something that relates what it’s like to work in or manage a cafe, or if you want a game with any depth or longevity to […]

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Get Even Review

Get Even is a quirky, psychological thriller that can only be described as being greater than the sum of its parts. The gameplay is basic, and the plot is not particularly novel or inspired, but the atmosphere of this game is affecting. Every time I […]

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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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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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DiRT 4 Review

DiRT 4 is a polished rally simulation with attention given to great visuals, sounds and gameplay physics. There are hours of fun with plenty of exciting cars provided without needing to touch the campaign, although the game could do with a few more locations to […]

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As a fan of the first two Valkyria Chronicles games, I was excited about getting to experience some more Valkyria adventures. While I was able to accept that Valkyria Revolution was completely incomparable to the other games that share the series title, and was even […]

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