Far Cry 5: Wildlife, Characters & Co-Op

January 20th, 2018    

As Far Cry 5 gets nearer to release it's great to see the work that the developers are putting into the game. In the trailer below two of the team behind the...

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Review Roundup: Legendary Noir & Spiderman Homecoming

January 18th, 2018    

We recently got our hands on the latest ‘small box’ expansions for the Marvel-based Legendary co-operative card game - Noir, which links in thematically with the Dark City expansion, and Spider-man Homecoming,...

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Beta Impressions: Dragon Ball Fighterz

January 14th, 2018    

The Dragon Ball Fighterz open beta is taking place this weekend, and there are a lot of reasons to be excited about it. Early footage has indicated that it promises to be...

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Board Game Review: Quest for the Antidote

January 9th, 2018    

I've been poisoned. Bugger. Luckily, help is at hand. A nearby apothecary can make an antidote just as long as I can find all of the ingredients and get them back to...

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Review: Dynasty Feud

January 8th, 2018    

One would be forgiven for thinking of Dynasty Feud as simply ‘another’ Smash Bros clone, and at first glance it does look just like that - but a worse version. However, after...

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Board Game Review: Star Saga

January 8th, 2018    

Being a bit inexperienced with the dungeon crawling scene I wasn't too sure what to expect from Star Saga. Sure, it had some nice minis that made me wish I was good...

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Review: Star Wars Battlefront 2

January 4th, 2018    

Yeah I know, it's a review that's taken a long time coming, but there's good reason. Like Driveclub a few years back, Battlefront 2 was crippled on release by a swarm of...

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Review: Unlock! Mystery Adventures

A few months ago we reviewed Unlock! - a card-based escape room game which contained three very cool one-time-only games of puzzle...

Board Game Review: Civilization: A New Dawn

If there's one thing we love to play here at TGR, it's board games that have a crossover into the world of...

Board Game Review: Charterstone

Before playing Charterstone I hadn't played a legacy game before; that is, a game which evolves and has you permanently changing parts...

Review: T.I.M.E. Stories: Estrella Drive

The scenarios for TIME Stories are starting to pile up a bit now, and as one of our favourite games from the...

Far Cry 5: Holland Valley Gameplay

So, one thing's for sure: you can definitely blow stuff up in Far Cry 5. This new gameplay footage is looking great,...

Review: Yomawari: Midnight Shadows

It’s bleak. You start off by walking into the woods to bury your dog that has died. You cry every day a...

Board Game Review: Azul

If you’ve ever tiled a bathroom or kitchen, you’ll probably appreciate that it’s not really the most fun activity you could carry...

December’s Free Games Preview

A bit late covering the December games but there’s not a huge amount to write home about I’m afraid - guess Microsoft...

Review: Need for Speed Payback

Need for Speed is really starting to feel like it’s doing what it’s designed to do: give some thrilling, egde-of-the-seat racing action...

Review: The Game of THINGS

Ever wanted to make people read something out loud that you know for a fact will embarrass them or make them feel...

Review: Let Them Come

My experience with Let Them Come changed over time. From enjoying it, to hating it, back to enjoying it, and eventually nonplussed....

Review: Road Rage

I was a big fan of Road Rash. The Mega Drive version was my first experience, there was something so visceral about...