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Assault Android Cactus Review – Trigger Happy
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3 years 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

Resident Evil Zero HD Review – Millions of Leeches
7
3 years ago

Resident Evil Zero HD Review – Millions of Leeches

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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

I Didn’t Think Firewatch Was That Great
3 years ago

I Didn’t Think Firewatch Was That Great

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A while back I wrote a post on horror games, in which I demonstrated my considerable excitement for Campo Santo’s new (and first) release, Firewatch…
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Rainbow Six: Siege Review – Break the Walls Down
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3 years ago

Rainbow Six: Siege Review – Break the Walls Down

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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

Fallout 4 Review – The Wonderful Wanderer
9
3 years ago

Fallout 4 Review – The Wonderful Wanderer

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Super Mutants, the hideous, grotesque creatures that they are, roam the decrepit wastelands of Fallout 4 as though they are kings among men. And quite frankly, I’m sick of it. Read Review

Mad Max Review- Hit the Road
9
3 years ago

Mad Max Review- Hit the Road

Mad Max is the stuff of AAA blockbuster design. From its collectible-filled open world to the simplistic yet rewarding free-flow combat system, Mad Max is a graphically beautiful interpretation of a gritty post-apocalypse. Read Review

A Long, Twisted History With Super Meat Boy
3 years ago

A Long, Twisted History With Super Meat Boy

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We sit at opposite corners of my room, staring at each other. I choose the corner next to my bed, from which I can make some sort of protective duvet fort…
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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review – War Has Changed
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3 years ago

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review – War Has Changed

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After the dumpster fire that was Call of Duty: Ghosts, I decided to take a self-imposed break from Activision’s annual shooter. Read Review

Dragon Quest Heroes Review – Slime Grind
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3 years ago

Dragon Quest Heroes Review – Slime Grind

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Dragon Quest is a curious beast. The series is monstrously popular in Japan, more so even than Final Fantasy, and its old school gaming mechanics and stubborn resistance to change only seem to have increased its popularity. Read Review

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Review – Loving London Life
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3 years ago

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Review – Loving London Life

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The Assassin’s Creed series has been going through a rough patch in recent years. Ubisoft’s last offering, Assassin’s Creed: Unity, was a glitch-ridden mess, so bloated by its faults and inconsistencies that it was rendered unplayable at launch and still twitched like a bag full of clockwork mice following months of extensive patching. Read Review

Transformers: Devastation Review – Robot Wars
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3 years ago

Transformers: Devastation Review – Robot Wars

Nostalgia is a powerful emotion, especially when it comes to video games. If I replay a level in Sonic the Hedgehog 2, it can transport me directly back to that moment in time to when I first experienced it; it’s like a window to the past. Read Review

Rebel Galaxy Review – Among The Stars
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3 years ago

Rebel Galaxy Review – Among The Stars

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It may have the name of a Disney-fueled Star Wars spin-off, but from the initial loading screen, Rebel Galaxy sets its own unique tone. Read Review