Snow Spin Review

Overall, while I would like to say it’s a fantastic creation from the team at EZONE, it just misses the mark as being either a children’s game or a casual app. The difficulty and lack of storyline, bar unconnected level intros, left my son moving […]

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Dead Rising 3 Review

Dead Rising 3 is a ridiculously fun game which delivers what I would consider to be the best co-op mode in any game to date. Of course, it far from perfect, and there are sometimes quite a few rough edges that you need to look […]

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Battlefield 4 Review

In some ways, Battlefield 4 is more of the same: dynamic team-focused multiplayer and a forgettable single-player campaign. However […]

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Ryse: Son of Rome Review

Ryse: Son of Rome is a visually striking experience that provides a great cinematic display, but that’s where the positives end. The campaign is unreasonably short, taking around five to six hours to complete

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Risk of Rain Review

Risk Of Rain looks and plays astonishingly well, and if you’re willing to look past the complete lack of any coherent narrative, it really is a masochist’s perfect game.

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Honestly, despite some obvious flaws in the game, Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom is a simple and fun experience that kids between the ages of 6 – 12 years will most likely enjoy.

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Tearaway Review

Tearaway is an incredibly charming adventure game that utilises a lot of interesting mechanics and dynamic gameplay. The mixture of traditional […]

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Square Off Review

With its flawless design and the coveted replay value that most mobile games lack, Square Off is a hands down winner. Its music, graphics and delightful alien pulverization lifts Square Off out of the time waster category and insists you make time to play it.

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Forza Motorsport 5 Review

Honestly, racing such incredible cars through some of the world’s most renowned tracks has never looked better, and it is simply a joy to drive. Whether you’re a total “revhead” or new to the genre, you will not be disappointed!

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The Stanley Parable Review

Overall, The Stanley Parable develops a sense of foreboding nihilism; that, whatever you do ultimately doesn’t really matter – Stanley is no action […]

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