XCOM 2 Review

If you want a quick summation, XCOM 2 is turbo-XCOM: EU with a lot of the problems of the first game ironed out and excellent Steam Workshop Support. If you liked the first game and just want some more, you should totally get it all […]

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Layers of Fear Review

Layers of Fear is a haunting and well-made horror game that is easy to lose yourself in. While it’s a shame the frame-rate isn’t always the best, and some of the puzzles lack the creativity to challenge experienced players, the game still managed to keep […]

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LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is fun in single player, but much more enjoyable with friends and family. Some fans might notice the absence of certain superheroes from the last instalment, but this iteration does improve in other areas such as more action scenes, a more witty […]

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Firewatch Review

Firewatch manages to distinguish itself from the pack and stand out amongst its peers through the dedicated work of a collaborative artistic vision. With simplistic mechanics, beautiful graphics, timely composition and thoughtful writing being just a few of its selling points – Firewatch was a […]

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Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 offers an authentic Naruto experience. As a fighting game, it’s fairly shallow and rarely [...]

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Can we all stop for a second and agree, right now, that Deadly Premonition is one of the greatest achievements of mankind? [...]

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Bombshell Review

This is not a game I’d recommend to anyone, even as a joke. It is broken at its very core, lacking functionality in the most important and basic mechanics, and offers nothing riveting from either a story or gameplay perspective. There are so many bugs […]

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For those who enjoyed The Dark Descent, I thoroughly recommend checking out A Machine for Pigs. While it may not be the same [...]

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The Witness Review

Fundamentally speaking, The Witness is almost certainly one of the best puzzle games I’ve ever played. There are few things I appreciate more in game design than an opportunity to learn through play, and I applaud Jonathan Blow and his team at Thekla Inc. for […]

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Darkest Dungeon Review

I knew Darkest Dungeon was hard going into the review; it has something of a reputation for being exactly that, but I wasn’t expecting it to be hard largely due to a lack of information. The gameplay will absolutely suck you in once you get […]

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