In Harms Way does a fantastic job in avoiding a mid-season lull. Carver is a compelling villain, and it’s interesting learning more about life within the camp; which we first learned about in the 400 Days DLC.

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I appreciate what Ubisoft was trying to do, and I applaud their efforts to engage a wider audience with a divergent from their […]

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Transistor Review

Transistor is an indie gem that will go down in gaming history as being at the forefront for new ideas, and pushing the boundaries for narrative-driven gameplay.

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Cinders is all about learning to understand the motivations of people, no matter how awful they might appear on the surface. [...]

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Full Bore Review

It’s great to see a misunderstood, lovable beast; namely, “the wild boar” finally get its own video game. On first inspection, Full Bore might appear to just be an average platformer; in which you collect fruit and defeat the baddies.

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The Hobbit will always be one of my favourite tales, and I loved the care-free way I could re-enter that world through LEGO […]

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The Samaritan Paradox is a paragon example for interactive fiction that doesn't rely on violence or sensationalism to tell a compelling story. [...]

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Yoshi’s New Island was a game filled with potential, but sadly, fails to move the series forward in any meaningful direction. […]

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While the previous episode left me feeling concerned, “A Crooked Mile” has quelled those fears and raised my expectations! […]

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I sincerely wish I could say the jury is out on the final decision, but I was all but forcing myself to get through this game and with much less satisfaction than I expected.

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