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    When I first saw Overcooked 2, I knew there was something special about the game. The fact that Nintendo chose what was a little-known, […]

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    In 1996, Lara Croft the Tomb Raider first appeared on our consoles and fast became a fan favourite – polygons and all. But over […]

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    It’s well known that RTS suffer from being less accessible than other genres, but I think the reasoning for why is oversimplified and under-analysed. […]

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    2013 was an interesting year for gaming, and looking back it’s easy to see why the industry is in the state it’s in today. […]

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