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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Yesterday I posted about Saints Row IV being refused classification, and since then there have been additional updates from the classification board, both about the Saints Row IV decision and now the announcement that State […]

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The Australian OFLC has reared it’s ugly head and proven, once again, just how out of touch it’s members are with the modern world by refusing classification for Saints Row IV, a decision which, unfortunately, […]

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“Is Microsoft ready for the next generation? A detailed investigation on the controversy surrounding the Xbox One, and it’s change in policy after E3 2013.” By now the dust has cleared, and E3 is well […]

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Resident Evil: Revelations shows a renewed potential for the series, despite feeling outdated. It might not be the best in the series, but it definitely feels like a Resident Evil game, and that’s important.

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