Gone Home Review

Gone Home is simply an incredible story that approaches subjects that once would have never had made sense in a video game, and you know what, the most incredible thing about it is that the […]

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“Papers, Please! Makes you feel awkward and uncomfortable emotions, before making you question if you were ever a good person.” [...]

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It’s been a few weeks now, and the dust has finally started to settle since Microsoft turned away from a used game DRM policy that set the internet on fire earlier this year, and yet, […]

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On the 29th of July, the House of Representatives Infrastructure and Communications Committee in Australia released a report that is suggesting that Australian Game Consumers are being over-charged for Video Games. The finding actually comes […]

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Freedom Fall Review

Ultimately, Freedom Fall is a fun little adventure, and it shows off some really interesting ideas when it comes to exploring new ways to deliver a platforming experience.

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Remember Me Review

Remember Me still has some really great ideas, despite it’s shortcomings, and fortunately that was enough to keep us interested until the end.

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Riptide is the sequel to Techland’s 2011 title “Dead Island”, a hack and slasher fest that promised a lot more than it could deliver in the form of a trailer which would, in the end, […]

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It’s great when developers attempt to explore new ideas, but the question still remains whether or not there will be enough time to recapture the strengths of the original?

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Microsoft have been a hot topic of late, and their arrogant approach to the next generation of consoles has proven to be nothing short of a disaster. No more than two weeks ago many dedicated […]

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The Last of Us Review

Ultimately, The Last of Us is a game that succeeds remarkably well in its overall vision. Is this enough to ensure that no one will be disappointed with the game? Absolutely not.

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