Layers of Fear

Horror is such an incredible genre, not to mention one that feels right at home within the realm of video games. Instead of simply being a passive observer, you’re an active participant that must endure […]

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LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

LEGO and superheroes are always a good mix, both in toy bricks and in video game form. I was so excited to get my hands on LEGO Marvel’s Avenger because they are, without a doubt, […]

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Firewatch

Hunkering down last week to play Firewatch, it dawned on me that for the first time in a while I was walking into a game with little to no knowledge of what it was actually […]

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As often as a new Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm game comes out, there aren’t many licensed games that are met with such appreciation. Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 bring the series to a new generation […]

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Bombshell

Sometimes a game comes along that makes you feel an immense sense of dread within the first five minutes of play. Bombshell manages to pull it off in three. This is a game so painfully […]

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The Witness

Renowned independent developer Jonathan Blow’s debut title (Braid, a 2D time manipulating puzzle-platformer) was more than just your typical Xbox Arcade release; it was something truly special. Having been cited by countless developers as a […]

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Darkest Dungeon

After a lot of time with the game, I’m quite fond of Darkest Dungeon though its hands down one of the most challenging games I’ve ever played. It would be near-perfect if it weren’t a […]

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Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak

It’s been a while since the words ‘New Homeworld’ have been muttered, but it’s finally here. A real, not kinda-maybe-happening sequel for Homeworld, and it’s… Set on a planet!? The ground might seem like a […]

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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

Undertale: just another GameMaker-crafted story with basic graphics and an amusing plotline, right? Well… not quite. Undertale was largely developed and produced by Toby Fox, and was released in September 2015. It has already sold […]

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