Amplitude Review

Amplitude is a solid nostalgia hit in glossy HD and certainly brought me back to the days of endlessly replaying one song on the Frequency demo disk on the PS2. There’s a visceral feeling connecting […]

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My return to Daventry in the second chapter of King’s Quest: Rubble Without a Cause was everything except what I had anticipated. The feel of the first installment had taken a coaster of emotions and […]

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Undertale Review

Undertale really does make you think, and the message about “determination” really struck a chord in me. However, the game isn’t always nice to the player, especially when their moral views are different to what […]

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While there are some who might believe that remasters of recent games on new generation consoles might be overdoing it, there’s no denying that Beyond: Two Souls is a worthy addition to a PlayStation 4 […]

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Fat Princess Adventures isn’t a bad game. Everything works; the game controls well and runs well enough. It’s just so boring. I can’t recommend a game that felt like a waste of my time almost […]

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Station Stop Review

Station Stop is on the precipice of being a good (though not great) product but needs to spend some time in the maintenance yard. I think this is another cog to add to the discussion […]

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While they certainly weren’t re-inventing the wheel with Game of Thrones, I can appreciate how solid and defined a product Telltale continue to make with such highly regarded pop culture series’. Their offerings are of […]

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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is undeniably enjoyable, but as far as tactical shooters go, it’s not the best. It’s CS: GO with destructible terrain, a focus on positioning, and arbitrary restrictions on your loadout. […]

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When I reviewed Bloodborne earlier this year, I wrote: “Like a controversial piece of art, I completely understand why someone might not enjoy it, but I do think the industry as a whole should be […]

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Emily is Away Review

Emily is Away is only what could be described as the John Hughes title of video gaming. Such as Hughes did with his famous films such as The Breakfast Club and Pretty in Pink during […]

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