I've often felt that the Telltale games are the natural evolution of the point-and-click adventure genre and that they just needed time [...]

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Journey (PS4) Review

Now, as when it was first released, Journey remains a must-have for any Playstation owner library. It’s the sort of game that comes up in any “Are games art” conversation, and yet isn’t a tedious existential romp through the woods. Journey is both accessible to […]

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Up until the final quarter or so of Arkham Knight, I was having the best time I’ve had with a game for a long time. An excellent, complex and personal story, a beautiful setting, proven combat and stealth, satisfying tank battles and superb Batmobile based […]

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Bravo, Rare; this is what a collection should be – accessible, nostalgic, technically sound and packaged in such a way that it […]

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Godzilla Review

Godzilla is an awful game in the conventional sense but damned if it doesn’t do the movie series proper justice. It has the tankiest control scheme I’ve ever used. It models its combat system a little too closely on the movies at times. And it […]

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Road to Gehenna is an expansion that stands squarely upon the shoulders of its predecessor, but at the same time surpasses it. […]

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No Time to Explain is a fun and humorous platformer that’s built around an easy-to-follow concept. In many ways, it reminded me a lot of Super Meat Boy; though not nearly as challenging (or as frustrating). The platform design is clever and the element of […]

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REVIEW: Every once in awhile, a unique indie title comes along to push the boundaries of how we perceive games. [...]

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Rocket League Review

Everything Rocket League tries to do is done 100% right. There are no flaws in anything it offers, but what it offers is very specific. Anyone who has fun with the game will have a great time until they bore of it, but anyone who […]

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I had heaps of fun in both single player and co-op, and, as always, there are loads of hours left to go back and play unlocked levels and characters. Like I always say; if you aren’t into Lego games then it might not be your […]

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