Dark Souls II is a phenomenal game and Crown of the Sunken King, the first of the DLC trilogy, feels as if it was always meant to be a part of it [...]

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

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If you were sitting on the fence this season, episode two will undoubtedly drag you back into the world of The Walking Dead.

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For many gamers, Broken Age is simply the resurfacing of a title that was made famous when it created a tornado of money through Kickstarter, and showed us all the potential of crowd funding. However, for me, it was the pay-off for a small monetary […]

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At the end of the day, Smoke and Mirrors is an episode that is mostly focused on providing a bridge for subsequent episodes The potential for greatness is there – Stay tuned!

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Episode one definitely has it’s high points, with the writers delivering several genuinely shocking moments, but in saying that, I definitely don’t feel […]

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Broken Sword: The Serpents Curse creates an escape from the real world with enviable locations, hidden sky-pigs and unnerving nods at revelations […]

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Have you ever heard of a Vertigo comic books series called “Fables”? Chances are many of you probably haven’t, and that’s not unexpected, despite the fact it’s a critically acclaimed series. Simply put, Comic books just aren’t for everyone, but if the film industry has […]

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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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