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UnwrittenTales2

Review: The Book Of Unwritten Tales 2

It's news to roughly nobody that the pointy-clicky genre has seen quite a resurgence lately, and whether that's come about through the involvement of Telltale and their excellent console-friendly series or the...

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Ubisoft

Ubisoft Looking for Rainbow Six Alpha Players

Got a decent PC? Looking forward to Rainbow Six? You might be in luck. Ubisoft are looking for US and Europe players to join their testing team for the PC version of...

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LifeIsStrange

Review: Life is Strange Episode 1

Thanks to the folks at Telltale, console based pointy-clicky style games have made quite a strong comeback. By taking on some of the biggest titles in film, TV and gaming they've come...

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gta5_1

Review: Grand Theft Auto V (PS4)

Not all that long ago we featured our review of Grand Theft Auto 5 on the PS3, a game which was as bewildering in its scope as it was in its technical...

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TalesBorderlands

Review: Tales from the Borderlands: Episode One – Zer0 Sum

When they announced Tales of the Borderlands, Telltale managed to hook in two sets of gamers. On the one hand you had  the fans of their episodic adventure game style, those who...

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DriveClub

Review: Driveclub (After the Big Update)

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If there's one way to make sure your game will have problems when it's launched, then make it revolve entirely around online features. Driveclub did exactly that, focussing on multiplayer racing, online...

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TheCrew

Review: The Crew

Putting it as briefly as possible, The Crew is a massive racing game full of challenges, an enormous main campaign and a playing area which allows some of the more demanding races...

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PES2015

Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2015

Playing this year's Pro Evo has given me a huge question to ask myself, and one which I still haven't entirely settled on an answer for: if gameplay should be the crucial...

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Rocksmith2014

Review: Rocksmith 2014 (PS4)

Just over a year ago we reviewed Rocksmith 2014, the latest in Ubisoft's fledgling music game series. Aimed every much as a learning tool as opposed to a plastic-instrument clickalong, Rocksmith 2014...

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Screencheat

Review: Screencheat

If you remember playing split-screen FPS games such as Goldeneye on the N64, you'll know how much fun it was to hide round a bend, watch someone else's corner of the screen...

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Alien-Isolation

Review: Alien: Isolation

I've used all of my tried and tested methods of hiding which have served me well through 25 years of gaming. I've hid inside lockers, I've tip-toed behind an unwitting enemy, and...

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ShadowOfMordor

Review: Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

It's been a long time since The Lord of the Rings came out on the big screen, and the mixture of quality from the games tied to the series has left gamers...

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F1 2014

Review: F1 2014

Each year a new Formula 1 seasons heralds a tweak in the rules, a slight change in aerodynamic rules and a few drivers swapping teams. But the 2014 seasons was a bit...

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EvilWithin

The Evil Within Launches Today With New Trailer

Fancy some large multi-legged creatures leaping at you? What about a tidal wave of blood heading your way down a narrow corridor? Well then friends, you'll want the launch trailer for The...

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Bedlam

Preview: Bedlam

I've been playing games for a long time now, and if there's one thing I've always yearned for it's a game which takes a leap back in time, sets you up as...

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CrimePunishments

Review: Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments

I always enjoy trying out games I haven't had anything to do with before, and with the latest Sherlock Holmes title arriving on the PS4 I felt the need to halt my...

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FightTheDragon

Preview: Fight the Dragon

Many games nowadays tend to aim for intricate combat systems, deep storylines and absurdly priced DLC packages to add more content. So what would happen if you strip away the complexities, make...

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Ninjago

Review: Lego Ninjago: Nindroids

The Lego series of games have built up a strong following and become very popular with a huge number of gamers, helped along by some pretty hefty franchises in the shape of...

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Spacecom

Review: Spacecom

I like strategy games, but two things occasionally bug me if I'm in a slightly irritable mood: complexity and time. Take Civilization as an example, as that's generally seen as the King...

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