Battlefleet Gothic: Armada

The original Battlefleet Gothic was one of those niche games that fulfilled a very specific task. In the 40K lore, massive space battles are always spoken of in grandiose terms, and BFG tried to catch that spirit in the game. Now, we have Battlefleet Gothic: […]

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Dark Souls III

Dark Souls (2011) was a freak of a game that, despite all logic, was a massive hit. Its success was built on the cult following of FromSoftware’s previous title Demon’s Souls (2009), and its legend cemented by its superb, brutal gameplay. Although there has been […]

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Short, sweet, and a little melancholy, The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human (TAAotLH) is probably one of the shortest games I’ve ever played but will likely be one of the most memorable. Short games aren’t always a bad thing, either; there’s something to be […]

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Enter the Gungeon

Reviewer Note: A quick disclaimer before we begin: I am terrible at games in this genre! My definition of ‘difficult’ may be quite different to yours, but I’m pretty sure even the most seasoned players of this genre will run into a wall within the […]

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Day of the Tentacle Remastered

So that the ensuing shitstorm I’m about to rain all over this remaster doesn’t confuse people, I’ll say this now: I love Day of the Tentacle (DotT). I played this game countless times as a kid, so much that I had all the puzzles memorized […]

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Quantum Break

Like many fans of Remedy Entertainment, I’ve been anticipating the release of Quantum Break for more than half a decade now; although, that’s not exactly surprising given the company’s track record when it comes to development time. Unlike with Alan Wake (the studio’s previous title), […]

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Deponia Doomsday

So fair warning up top, I have not played any of the other Deponia games going into this. I didn’t really know what to expect, but was assuaged by the reports that Deponia Doomsday isn’t a sequel but a “paralellical,” so that wouldn’t matter. That […]

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Tom Clancy’s The Division

Before we get started, it should be stated that I don’t think of the Division as a bad game, per se. I’ll go so far as to say I actually quite like The Division, having sought it out before the review even came my way, […]

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TrackMania Turbo

TrackMania Turbo is an exciting and over-the-top arcade racer that plays like a Hot Wheels playset come to life. Full of blistering speeds and striking coloured supercars, it’s far from your ordinary racing sim. Quite similar to the time-attack campaign style of play seen in […]

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Far Cry Primal

When I heard the announcement for Far Cry Primal some time ago now, I was intrigued but not overwhelmingly enthused to pick it up right away. As a professional hoarder and procrastinator when it comes to games, I already own Far Cry 1 through 3 […]

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