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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ARMS

The Nintendo Switch has been incredibly successful so far both financially and as a console in general, but its biggest flaw at launch was its limited library of games. That problem is slowly but surely being fixed, thanks to an array of indie games being […]

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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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As one of the franchises of JRPG legend status, I leapt at the chance to review Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. While not personally being a long-standing fan of the series, I was blown away by Fire Emblem: Awakening in 2013, as many others […]

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Rakuen

If I were to pinpoint the moment where I first developed an appreciation for indie games, it would almost certainly be during my time playing To The Moon. While basic in many of its core components (16-bit graphics, limited gameplay elements, etc.), the game managed […]

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Street Fighter II is almost a series unto itself, with a slew of remixes to its name which have added mechanic tweaks and variations over the years. Ultra Street Fighter II, aside from a few extra modes and a couple of new characters, doesn’t deviate […]

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Vanquish

PlatinumGames are universally known for their high-octane, action-orientated games, which more often than not require you to suspend disbelief to get the most out of the experience. Vanquish is one such game that definitely falls under this category, but unfortunately, it’s also one of Platinum’s […]

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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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