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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While there are some who might believe that remasters of recent games on new generation consoles might be overdoing it, there’s no denying that Beyond: Two Souls is a worthy addition to a PlayStation 4 library. As a game that is heavily thematic and quite […]

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Fat Princess Adventures isn’t a bad game. Everything works; the game controls well and runs well enough. It’s just so boring. I can’t recommend a game that felt like a waste of my time almost the whole way through, even from a franchise that, in […]

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Station Stop Review

Station Stop is on the precipice of being a good (though not great) product but needs to spend some time in the maintenance yard. I think this is another cog to add to the discussion on the trend toward the release of ‘unfinished’ games with […]

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While they certainly weren’t re-inventing the wheel with Game of Thrones, I can appreciate how solid and defined a product Telltale continue to make with such highly regarded pop culture series’. Their offerings are of a consistent quality, with great narrative focus and attention to […]

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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is undeniably enjoyable, but as far as tactical shooters go, it’s not the best. It’s CS: GO with destructible terrain, a focus on positioning, and arbitrary restrictions on your loadout. It’s a shallow game, but it offers plenty of freedom […]

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When I reviewed Bloodborne earlier this year, I wrote: “Like a controversial piece of art, I completely understand why someone might not enjoy it, but I do think the industry as a whole should be able to appreciate it for what it is.” I also […]

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Emily is Away Review

Emily is Away is only what could be described as the John Hughes title of video gaming. Such as Hughes did with his famous films such as The Breakfast Club and Pretty in Pink during the 1980s, Seely manages to capture a picturesque snapshot of […]

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Just Cause 3 Review

If you want a game that lets you take some time out and blow stuff up without having to think beyond ‘shoot the big red things’, look no further. Just Cause 3 looks great, feels great and gives you a heap to do in a […]

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Fallout 4 Review

Fallout 4 is essentially a great framework with a lot of good ideas, but suffers from poor execution. There are a lot of great systems, but none of them are explained very well, or sometimes at all, and are put together without much thought as […]

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