LEGO The Incredibles

With over twenty titles across all sorts of home and portable consoles over the last fourteen years, it’s fair to say Travellers Tales has got the LEGO formula pretty much down by now. You don’t […]

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Jurassic World Evolution

I’d be willing to lay good money on a bet that most people, if not all people, have in some way experienced some part of the Jurassic Park or World films at some point in […]

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The Lost Child

Ever since playing the first Pokémon as a young child, I’ve always enjoyed monster-capture games. The thrill of finding something missing from your collection, the tactics of switching out members of your team for advantage […]

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Announced at E3 2018 as a free standalone adventure, Dontnod Entertainment introduced their newest entry into the Life is Strange franchise: The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit. In essence, Captain Spirit is intended to be […]

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Onrush

You probably haven’t heard of Onrush, a game that combines the framework of a racing game with some hero shooter elements and coated with severe X Games attitude. It’s a new take on vehicular combat, […]

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Vampyr

Off the back of their previous titles Remember Me and Life is Strange, Dontnod Entertainment offers their latest work with the dark and mysterious action RPG title entitled Vampyr. As a pop culture mainstay since […]

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Detroit: Become Human

AI has been a hot buzzword these last few years. Looking aside from real-world developments like software-based assistants in your pocket and on your desk, or the stark warnings from those (like Musk and Hawking) […]

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Dark Souls Remastered

It’s mind-boggling to think that so many people have yet to experience the original Dark Souls despite the boom in popularity the series experienced over the past few years. The first is still widely considered […]

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Extinction

Full disclosure, Extinction is the kind of game that makes me want to write snarky, despicable things about it. After the last two weeks, however, I’ve read some reminders about the chronically unfair and unhealthy […]

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Dragon’s Crown Pro

When I first saw Dragon’s Crown as it came out in 2013, I remember thinking to myself how simple and one-note it looked, and while the reviews said otherwise, I never got the chance to […]

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