Star Trek: Bridge Crew

Before we get started, I should probably tell you that I’m possibly the biggest Star Trek fan that you’re ever likely to meet. I’m a walking encyclopaedia for the franchise, and I could take down pretty much anyone in a Trek-off, even my editor (yeah […]

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Outlast 2

Outlast 2 is a game I had been impatiently waiting for since the first teaser trailer. I think what I was most excited about was the fact that Red Barrels Studios had decided to move on from the Miles Upshur/Waylon Park story. This meant players […]

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WipEout Omega Collection

2017 will be remembered as a year of comebacks for PlayStation. Alongside the remastering of the original Crash trilogy, WipEout got the HD treatment too. Announced at PSX in December, WipEout Omega Collection includes Wipeout HD, the Wipeout HD Fury expansion, and Wipeout 2048, all […]

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Syberia 3

Syberia 3 (or its author at least) is a product of Belgium, just like Jean-Claude Van Damme, artisan chocolate, and inflated diamond prices. It’s also a sequel to a game that was released all the way back in 2004, and an awful lot has changed […]

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RiME

If you’ve read any review of mine before, you’d know that I am delighted whenever I get my hands on a game that defines itself as ‘puzzle-something,’ but also that I am frequently let down by these very same games. Tequila Works’ RiME was on […]

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LEGO Worlds

Admit it, we’ve all got a dream game or two. How awesome would it be to see Chun Li facing off against Sonya Blade? Maybe you’d like to play as Bowser and lead a campaign of world domination. Almost everyone has as some point imagined […]

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The Surge

It seems remarkably easy to prevent an apocalypse. Don’t make killer robots, avoid neural implants, and keep invasive technology to a minimum. Easy. Of course, if there are three things people want, it’s robots to talk to, convenient neural tech, and ‘better’ body parts. The […]

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The Sexy Brutale

Puzzle games aren’t normally my thing, even if they’re your “point ‘n’ click” style of logic puzzles. That’s not to say I don’t like those kinds of games, sometimes I love them to bits, I’m just not very good at puzzles in general. There’s a […]

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Birthdays the Beginning

Birthdays the Beginning is a sandbox game where you manipulate a flat landscape on a cube world to evolve and propagate different species. It’s Sim City meets Viva Piñata, but with an array of organisms taken from Earth’s fossil record stretching way back to the […]

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Prey

Arkane’s latest game is one with a complicated heritage and not the first to be conceived under the circumstances of its own namesake. The first Prey was released over ten years ago, and it too was birthed out of a cancelled project. While this Prey may bear […]

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