" />Reviews - GameCloud - Part 42

Halo 5: Guardians Multiplayer

Halo has been a part of my life for a long time, not to mention a source of many fond memories growing up. Halo was the reason I bought an original Xbox, which quickly became […]

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Life is Strange

As a reviewer, it’s not often I get to spend as much time with one game as I do when covering an episodic series. With 6-8 week gaps between instalments, it’s big commitment, but also […]

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Halo 5: Guardians Campaign

I might sound like a heretic, but I never used to play Halo for the campaign. For the first few installments, I was in it almost exclusively for the multiplayer – and it was glorious! […]

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Read Only Memories

Read Only Memories (ROM) was developed by MidBoss, a team of independent developers who actively promote the presence of the LGBT community within the indie scene by organizing events such as GaymerX. In 2013, the […]

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Transformers Devastation

The trailers for this game made it look absolutely stunning. In terms of visuals, they did not disappoint. The game is really bright, colourful and generally nice to look at. The comic book art style […]

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Dragon Quest Heroes

Slimes. Cameos from members of past main series Dragon Quest games. Akira Toriyama art and Koichi Sugiyama musical accompaniment. It seems to me that this might be a Dragon Quest game. Well, me, you’re wrong. […]

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Soda Dungeon

Numismatists, reluctant soft drink abstainers and casual gamers take note. Here is a game that will quench your thirst for a solo adventure- delivered as a novel carbonated currency themed app. Welcome to Soda Dungeon. […]

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Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden

I haven’t been satisfied with a Dragon Ball game for some years now. Where Dragon Ball Xenoverse took some long overdue steps in new directions, it wandered a little far from entertaining mechanics for my […]

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Super Mario Maker

Almost everyone has played a Mario Bros. game in the last 30 years, on one of the numerous Nintendo consoles that supported the protagonist plumber. With more than 40 million Mario titles sold, there are […]

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World of Warships

I have a love/hate relationship with free to play games, but World of Tanks has always been a personal favourite. It’s a great arcade-style game that has just enough realism to add some nuance and […]

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