I Am Setsuna

Even though turn-based games aren’t my usual pick, it’s always good to get out of your comfort zone and explore an unfamiliar genre more closely. With Square Enix’s I Am Setsuna, the further I progressed, […]

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ABZÛ

Did you ever go through a phase of telling everyone you want to be a marine biologist? Do you think games are art, and would love nothing more than to explore a virtual 3D display? […]

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Fallout Shelter for PC

It’s been quite awhile since I played Fallout Shelter on mobile, echoing from somewhere within the depths of my S6 Edge are the voices of what is likely now a very dead vault. It wasn’t […]

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Offworld Trading Company

Offworld Trading Company (OTC) is the RTS game that I never knew I wanted. Nuanced unit control and micro-management are my favourite parts of RTS games, so I was rather unenthused when I heard about […]

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LEGO and Star Wars: these are just two of my favourite things. I have to be honest, though, as this is somehow the first LEGO Star Wars game I’ve played despite the fact the first […]

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Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII

This is the first Romance of the Three Kingdoms (ROTK) game I’ve ever played, so I can’t compare XIII to the rest of the series. On the other hand, I have read a translation of […]

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Dangerous Golf

I love it when sports games go against the norm to create something unique. A great example of this is Blood Bowl, which combines Warhammer and NFL – a ridiculous idea on paper, I know, […]

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The Technomancer

Occasionally there are those games that seem from beyond their time, pushing the boundaries of typical genres or creating new paradigms. The Technomancer is not one of these games. Developed by French studio Spiders, The […]

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Mighty No. 9

Disclaimer: The author of this review received a key for the game because he backed the game on Kickstarter when this all began. He spent actual, real currency on this and was part of the […]

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I love Sherlock Holmes, not that this is a bold statement by any stretch, but first things first, I love me some detecting. There’s a saying: “You’re always within three feet of a spider,” and […]

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