While there might not have been a lot of bombshell announcements dropped during this year’s E3, there definitely wasn’t a shortage of great looking games to whet our appetite for what’s to come in the next 12 months and beyond. As with tradition, here are […]

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“It seemed like there were two kinds of (Witcher 3) players- those who played the Witcher 3 and maybe a little bit of Gwent, and those who just played Gwent.” – Jamie Bury, Lead Animator of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (extract from a GameCloud […]

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2012 was a truly great year for gaming. However, with so many stellar titles being released the year through such as Mass Effect 3, Halo 4, and Far Cry 3, it’s fair to say a number of games probably flew under the radar. Dust: An […]

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When I was a kid, it was not uncommon to see Spiderman battle the Street Sharks or for RoboCop to clash with several Digimon at once. Although these characters had never met in their respective stories, and indeed their universes were completely separate, the playful […]

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Tomorrow, Arkane’s latest and arguably most intriguing game yet, Prey, will be released. For the uninitiated, this is a great time for fervent optimism, and the demo for Prey is available for Xbox and PS4 owners to try at this very moment. For the rest […]

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Quake is back! Although, I guess it was only a matter of time given every other IP under the sun is getting the reboot treatment. Just over the horizon, the Quake we know and love, cloaked in modern graphics, is marching itself unapologetically into the […]

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I’ll be honest with you, there are several reasons I think I’m under-qualified to evaluate this particular game: (1) I’ve never read the Guardians of the Galaxy comics (or any Marvel or DC comic series for that matter – I mean, where do you even […]

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Back in 2016, I was sitting in a bar with a bud and a Budweiser discussing what the hell ‘fun’ is. Shock horror, we didn’t come to a conclusive answer. Our burgers were decent enough to counteract the taste of not reaching a conclusion, but […]

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Fans of open world adventures were absolutely spoiled for choice in 2011, with exceptional works from genre pioneers Bioware [...]

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Those with wrinkles on their forehead and grey hairs on their chins might remember a game called Descent, released in 1995 on PlayStation and PC. Developed by Parallax Software, it involved flying spaceships with six-degrees-of-freedom through a mine overrun by robots and blasting the living […]

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