Grow Up Review

With its thoughtful level design, Grow Up certainly does a good job of directing the player towards their goal without making it all feel like an on-rails type affair. With plenty of side challenges and ability buffs to make playful distraction a meaningful part of […]

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a good game that had potential to be one of the greats, but it didn’t work out that way. It has too many caveats, and that ultimately let it down. In saying that, though, Eidos Montreal took everything that was […]

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Furi Review

Given the genres The Game Bakers chose to commit to with Furi, they would have done well to lean more into an arcade style game structure. The game itself is difficult yet satisfying, however with such a high barrier to entry I can only see […]

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One of the things we like to gloss over in our rose-tinted memories of time spent in the arcade is how frustrating those games were. They kicked your arse and took your cash, taunting you with the dreaded “Continue?” countdown. They were hard, sure, but […]

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Obduction Review

Obduction lives up to its forefathers far better than the definition of Obduction lived up to my expectations. Smart puzzles and level design bring back the old Myst atmosphere, while new graphics make it a stunning game to look at. It can get frustrating at […]

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While I’d love to recommend Wings of Freedom, I can’t do that at this stage. Taking into account this is currently a full priced release, it’s a little hard to justify what is a largely mundane experience at that price point. For fans of the […]

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Worms W.M.D Review

There have been so many iterations of Worms over the past two decades that innovation was a necessity, but Team 17 have gone about it in the completely wrong way. Mounted weapons and piloted vehicles of destruction are fine and dandy, but only when they […]

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No Man’s Sky Review

And there you have it, a review for No Man’s Sky. It’s not the buggiest game in the world, nor is it devoid of worth, but it’s so very eh. The personality of the ships, the music, and the art simply don’t translate into the […]

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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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Depending on how you look at it, Monster Hunter Generations is what you might call a perfect sequel. It doesn’t drastically change how the game is played or tries to introduce some crazy new mechanic to keep things “interesting.” It simply looked at what the […]

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