Super Mario Run

Let me just say right out the gate, I’m a Nintendo kid. Always have been, always will be. I’m pretty sure I’ve played every main title Mario game Nintendo have ever released, and because they’ve been consistently entertaining, I’ll more than likely continue playing them […]

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I’m sorry to say, but this game is a mistake, and my mind is a mess thinking of where to start with it. Ghost Recon should not have aped Assasin’s Creed, but Rainbow Six: Siege, instead. Ghost Recon Wildlands (GRW) is a painful game to […]

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NieR: Automata

Every year we’re guaranteed to see a selection of blockbuster titles that are equal parts well designed, technically competent and expertly produced. They’re not always the most surprising games, but you enjoy them none the less because they’re so well made. Now imagine the opposite […]

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Well it took me a while, but I recently made a startling discovery. The Nintendo Switch has more than one game worth playing! I’ll let you pick yourself up from that revelation. I know I had to. It’s my fault I suppose. I was so […]

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As Link flew in, a flurry of snow kicked up during a Lynel’s attempt on my life, and I couldn’t help but notice a V of birds flying overhead aimed towards the sun setting over a distant ocean. Even when I was having my rear […]

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Horizon Zero Dawn

When Guerrilla Games launched Killzone Shadow Fall with the PS4, it was evident they were capable of so much more than their long-held series facilitated. Shadow Fall’s spirited colour palette, broad mechanics and curious narrative felt restrained by the solidified conventions of Killzone while trying […]

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Back in 2006, I started to watch anime at the recommendation of a friend at the time. Being that we were both new to the medium, the results of our misadventures had a spectrum of quality ranging from terrible to “OK.” One of the first […]

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I’ve played many a strange and lurid game before but nothing quite on the level of Torment: Tides of Numenera. It’s a melting pot of science-fiction, fantasy, theist philosophy, RPG player agency, and a dash of “Sweet Jesus, what the hell is that thing?” The […]

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Nioh

DARK SOULS. Okay, now that incredibly obtuse comparison is out of the way we can talk about what this review’s about – Nioh. In all sincerity, though, I didn’t want to write a review littered with comparisons between Team Ninja’s efforts and those of From […]

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Halo Wars 2

Halo Wars 2 is an RTS game designed for people who don’t play RTS games; it’s mediocre, simplistic and with clunky controls due to being designed for an Xbox controller. I never played Halo Wars 1 since it originally didn’t come to PC, but from […]

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