Board Game Review: When in Rome

October 9th, 2018    

What if you didn't need a rulebook to play a game? What if you had an AI that was able to teach you how to play, keep track of what needs keeping...

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Review: T.I.M.E Stories: Brotherhood of the Coast

October 6th, 2018    

Well now, T.I.M.E Stories just got interesting again. After a few up and down expansions for T.I.M.E Stories, Brotherhood of the Coast arrived and has given the goalposts a hefty kick in...

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Review: Dobble Junior

October 5th, 2018    

If you're not familiar with Dobble, then there are two possible options: firstly you could take a look through our previous Dobble reviews (which consist of the time-based Chrono version, and...

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October’s Free Games Preview

October 2nd, 2018    

Spooky October should have some spooky games. And it... sort of does. Well it has a few. Take a look at what your hard earned subscription fee will be paying for this...

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Board Game Review: My Little Scythe

September 30th, 2018    

Unusually for someone who enjoys board games, I never got round to playing Scythe. Despite it being a huge hit the game slipped through my grasp and I had to make do...

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Dirt Rally 2.0 Announced!

September 26th, 2018    

Ok well, colour us an excited shade of purple tonight, because Codemasters have announced the follow up to their awesome drive-down-a-dirty-road-em-up (it'll catch on) to be released next year, and we couldn't...

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Review: Slime Rancher

September 23rd, 2018    

Slime Rancher is one of the rare games these days where you just play ‘for fun’. Sure, all games are fun, but usually underpinned by a competitive element, or challenging environment. Not...

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Review: Potion Explosion & Fifth Ingredient Expansion

I imagine someone, somewhere, has made a Venn diagram showing the number of people who love potions, and those who love explosions....

Review: Dead Age

Dead Age is a rogue-like turn-based zombie RPG. Ambitious then, and playing it flicks between your emotions of ‘it’s quite good’ to...

Review: Yakuza Kiwami 2

Yakuza Kiwami 2 takes place 1 year after the explosive events of Yakuza Kiwami. Kiryu has settled into civilian life with Haruka,...

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Gets Shiny Release Trailer

Who doesn't love a bit of Tomb Raider? Well, if you've been waiting for a new game the wait is over -...

Review: Mothergunship

Mothergunship is a blast, literally and figuratively. The concept revolves around being able to build your own guns using component parts, but...

Review: Brawlout

I first saw Brawlout a long time ago at Eurogamer Expo, and it caught my eye. I have a soft spot for...

Review: Madden 19

As with most other EA Sports games, the Madden series has been evolving slowly over the past few years, with each version...

Review: Guacamelee 2

Disclaimer - I didn't play the first Guacamelee. I made it about 10 minutes, decided it wasn’t for me and never looked...

Review: Overcooked 2

I never got to play the original Overcooked. I saw it at a few Expos, surrounded by people laughing and cheering. Sadly,...

Review: Neverout

Neverout does not give you a lot to sink your teeth into in anticipation. The first clue you get is the entire...

Hardware Review: Snakebyte Head:Set 4

If you're in the market for anew headset for your Playstation 4 then you'll be spoilt for choice. Just a quick look...

Review: Choose Your Own Adventure: House of Danger

I loved Choose Your Own Adventure books when I was growing up. The idea of a story building up as a result...