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About Rhys Wood

Rhys Wood is an aspiring video games writer. Rhys loves writing about his favourite games (and the games that make him rage) for the entertainment of the internet at large.
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The 5 Worst Video Game Sequels of Classic Games
3 months ago

The 5 Worst Video Game Sequels of Classic Games

By  •  Features

It’s always fantastic when a sequel to a game you love is announced. A chance to relive the magic of the first game with a new story, new mechanics or perhaps even a new set of rules entirely. Whatever the reason may be…
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Fallout 4 Far Harbor Review – Going Coastal
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8 months ago

Fallout 4 Far Harbor Review – Going Coastal

By  •  Reviews

The recent Fallout games have had an excellent DLC track record, with standouts including The Pitt, Point Lookout and Broken Steel of Fallout 3, and every damn expansion featured in New Vegas, which offered a masterclass on expanding the universe of Fallout in brilliantly imaginative ways. Read Review

How a Sketchy Plug n’ Play Controller Got me into Retro Gaming
9 months ago

How a Sketchy Plug n’ Play Controller Got me into Retro Gaming

By  •  Features

As a child, being dirt poor actually did have its benefits. Annual holidays were often trips to Welsh caravan parks which were loaded with arcades populated by Daytona USA…
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5 New Features Miitomo Absolutely Needs
9 months ago

5 New Features Miitomo Absolutely Needs

By  •  Features

Yes, yes, I can hear you. “Dude, Miitomo’s been out for less than a month, and you’re already screaming for new features? Give it some time!” It’s a statement I fully understand, and I’m quite aware that…
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Resident Evil Zero HD Review – Millions of Leeches
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10 months ago

Resident Evil Zero HD Review – Millions of Leeches

By  •  Reviews

Resident Evil Zero HD is going to be a tough game for me to talk about because, like the original PS1 release that brought the T-Virus to our living rooms, I’m not sure whether I love it or hate it. Read Review

Homefront: The Revolution Closed Beta Impressions
11 months ago

Homefront: The Revolution Closed Beta Impressions

By  •  Features

Who would’ve thought there’d be another Homefront game? In case you’re not aware, the original Homefront released in 2011 to not the worst reception by any means, but it certainly didn’t knock anyone’s socks off…
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ARK: Survival Evolved Review – A Dinosaur’s Story
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12 months ago

ARK: Survival Evolved Review – A Dinosaur’s Story

By  •  Reviews

My first experience with ARK: Survival Evolved was not a particularly pleasant one. Going in completely blind, not knowing what I was doing, I started punching trees and rocks until my fists bled dry. Then a velociraptor came over to inspect the commotion…
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Lovely Planet Review – I Love, Love, Love You
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12 months ago

Lovely Planet Review – I Love, Love, Love You

By  •  Reviews

There are few games in this day and age that I would describe as “delightful.” We live in a console era of gritty shooters, overhyped collect-a-thons and struggling MMOs; what exactly is there to be delighted about?…
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Mortal Kombat Deception Retro Reflection
12 months ago

Mortal Kombat Deception Retro Reflection

By  •  Retro

Mortal Kombat has resurfaced in recent years to critical acclaim. Gorier and more feature-packed than ever, the series managed to evolve past its simplistic roots and is even a mainstay at annual events like EVO…
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Why Destiny is a Rip-off
1 year ago

Why Destiny is a Rip-off

By  •  Features

Activision and Bungie have become the gaming industry equivalent of Home Alone’s Wet Bandits. A duo that have taken thieving to comical heights with Destiny, an overbudgeted, overhyped and ultimately overpriced game that, since launch, has provided very little that elevates above a level of mediocrity.
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Rainbow Six: Siege Review – Break the Walls Down
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1 year ago

Rainbow Six: Siege Review – Break the Walls Down

By  •  Reviews

Who doesn’t love a bit of Rainbow Six? Ubisoft’s squad-based shooter is well known for making players feel like badasses, co-ordinating a team of squaddies through increasingly narrow odds. Read Review

Rodea the Sky Soldier Review – Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now
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1 year ago

Rodea the Sky Soldier Review – Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now

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I’m a bit upset. Why? Because I have a lot of respect for Yuji Naka, whom you may know as Sonic the Hedgehog’s daddy, and in Rodea the Sky Soldier, he’s certainly created a game worth playing… on the Wii at least. Read Review