I tried to finish this game, I really did, but it's just too goddamn boring for the amount of effort it asks - nay, demands of you. [...]

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The Old Blood is an exercise in “nothing lost, nothing gained.” Very little has managed to top the high standards of The New Order and even managed to take a step backwards in terms of dredging up some FPS clichés best left forgotten. It’s a […]

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Castlevania: Symphony of The Night is a game anyone who loves video games should play. Not only is it a great game by its own [...]

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On more than one occasion, because it would be cheaper than picking it up through Steam, I've bought a Humble Bundle for [...]

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Double Fine took a pretty decent stab at a revival of the genre, something they’re clearly keen on, what with this and the Grim Fandango remaster. What started out as something really promising with BAct1, however, has ended disappointingly with the delivery of the second […]

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While other games give a better feel of driving, Project CARS delivers an atmosphere amongst the best racing sims on the market […]

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Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China was pretty to look at, as short as I’d expected, but missing the soul of a good AC game: the gripping narrative.

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Life is Strange gives players the unique ability to rewind time in order to manipulate events, which is very cool, but for me, Episode 2 really needed [...]

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Ride Review

At its core, Ride is a solid and realistic motorcycle simulator that plays well but feels like it lacks any defined sense of personality. It’s clear that a lot of time and effort when into detailing the bikes, and it shows, but it’s hard to […]

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Pillars of Eternity is what RPGs should aspire to be, delivering almost everything that seasoned fans would come to expect from the genre. […]

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