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About Ryan Dean

Ryan Dean spends his evenings looking for new ways to bother people with his opinions, and spread his love for gaming online. If he can summon up the courage, you’ll normally find him playing the latest Silent Hill looking through the gaps in his hands.
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Resident Evil 7 Demo Proves Capcom Can Scare Again
7 months ago

Resident Evil 7 Demo Proves Capcom Can Scare Again

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A playable demo of Resident Evil 7 is now available to download on PS4. We went hands-on with Capcom’s ambitious new entry so you can sleep easier at night…
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5 Things We Learned from the Watch Dogs 2 Reveal
7 months ago

5 Things We Learned from the Watch Dogs 2 Reveal

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Despite setting the record for the biggest new IP at launch (a title that would later be eclipsed by both Destiny and The Division) the original Watch Dogs had its …
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Why Walking Simulators are Going the Distance
8 months ago

Why Walking Simulators are Going the Distance

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A couple of years ago, you’d probably never have even heard of the term “walking simulator”, but thanks to the blooming indie space, and the severe sense of fatigue that currently plagues the AAA…
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The PlayStation Neo Could Change Everything
9 months ago

The PlayStation Neo Could Change Everything

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With all the rumours currently floating around from a range of sources and discussions with developers, the PlayStation Neo (as I’ll refer to it for the rest of the article) is all…
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Do Multiplayer Only Games Actually Work?
9 months ago

Do Multiplayer Only Games Actually Work?

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With franchises like Call of Duty annually raking in billions in profit each year, thanks in the large part to their thriving online communities, it was only a matter of time…
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Assault Android Cactus Review – Trigger Happy
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10 months ago

Assault Android Cactus Review – Trigger Happy

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As a reviewer, it’s very rare that you come across a game that can almost entirely be summed up in one word, but in the case of Assault Android Cactus, the cliché is true; and that word is “dynamic”. Read Review

How Much Should You Pay for a Game?
10 months ago

How Much Should You Pay for a Game?

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Firewatch, new indie developer Campo Santo’s first game, released last month to a myriad of critical acclaim and mixed reviews, but its divisive nature wasn’t what caught my attention…
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Are Betas Harming the Industry?
11 months ago

Are Betas Harming the Industry?

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Lately, it seems like just about every game and their virtual mother seems to have an open or closed beta period prior to release…
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Why Bloodborne isn’t Just a Game
11 months ago

Why Bloodborne isn’t Just a Game

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With Dark Souls 3, Japanese developer From Software’s next (and perhaps final) entry in the Souls series lurching onto platforms this spring, many a weary wanderer will be donning their tattered feather cap…
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Why I’m Excited for Gone Home: A Newcomer’s Perspective
12 months ago

Why I’m Excited for Gone Home: A Newcomer’s Perspective

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hough it’s been astonishing gamers on the PC for approximately two years now, Fullbright Company’s Gone Home has recently made its way to a new home – the PlayStation 4…
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Video Games and the Future
12 months ago

Video Games and the Future

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Ah, January – the quintessential Monday of the entire year – here we find ourselves again. Like that questionably smelling old uncle that everyone hopes will “give Christmas a miss” this year…
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5 Reasons I’m Excited for The Division
12 months ago

5 Reasons I’m Excited for The Division

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As we roll in to what promises to be another huge year for the games industry (as if it was slim pickings last time around), Ubisoft are going to be one of the first developers to wade into the melee of AAA titles released…
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