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RainbowSixSiege

Review: Rainbow Six: Siege

I sometimes wonder how many people tried and appreciated the SOCOM games back on the PS2 and PS3, the more tactical shooters where a single wrong move would have you flat on...

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GrandAustriaHotel

Board Game Review: Grand Austria Hotel

Games which revolve around creating and managing a hotel are more commonly found on mobiles than tabletops nowadays, but that doesn't mean it's where they ought to be. Grand Austria Hotel is...

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XCOM-TBG

Review: XCOM: The Board Game

The XCOM name has come a long way since its first outing in the mid-90s, and yet while the games themselves have become modernised the core gameplay has remained untouched for 20...

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Review: Ghostbusters: The Board Game

After a massively successful Kickstarter campaign, Cryptozoic's new Ghostbusters board game has finally hit the shelves in time for Christmas, and despite some people worrying that it might be a cheap tie-in...

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Devastation

Review: Transformers Devastation

Transformers games have, it's safe to say, been a bit of a mixed bag in recent years. While some have been reasonably enjoyable others have been shameless cash-ins on movies, which have...

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PortalBoardGame

Board Game Review: Portal: The Uncooperative Cake Acquisition Game

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When we heard news that Cryptozoic were developing a board game based on the awesome Portal games our excitement levels went through the roof. A chance to work your way through Aperture’s...

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Fallout4

Review: Fallout 4

After years of waiting, Fallout 4 has finally arrived on the latest consoles and brings with it a whole new post-nuclear adventure which brings the hardship and pain of people's struggles right...

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NeedForSpeed

Review: Need for Speed

Let's start with something very obvious: Need for Speed is an incredibly good looking game. The night time streets, often soaked with rain, provide an fantastic set of visuals which fly by at...

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RockBand4

Review: Rock Band 4

It's been a long time coming, but Rock Band is back. After years of battling it out with Guitar Hero and bringing in some impressive bands and franchises including The Beatles and...

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TrainValley

Review: Train Valley

Train Valley is a puzzle game. With trains. If you don't like puzzle games and don't like trains, you'll want to be heading to another review for a bit. You will, however,...

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Which is Best for Watching Game Streams, NowTV or Amazon Fire?

It's a funny old world. While huge teams of programmers and artists are developing stunning latest-generation games for people to play and fall in love with, an ever-growing cohort of people are...

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Board Game Review: The Walking Dead

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Believe it or not, sometimes a video game just doesn't scratch the right itch. With some friends around you, sometimes you want something a bit more face-to-face than sitting next to each other...

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Ubisoft

Ubisoft Announce Far Cry Primal

The award-winning Far Cry franchise that stormed the tropics and the Himalayas now enters the original fight for humanity’s survival with its innovative open-world sandbox gameplay, bringing together massive beasts, breathtaking environments,...

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Phantom Pain

Review: Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain

As the helicopter swoops low across the Afghan terrain, Big Boss swings the door open and sits casually with his legs dangling over the edge. In the near distance an enemy camp,...

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Volume

Review: Volume

Some time ago Thomas Was Alone graced the gaming scene from the mind of Mike Bithell, and was seen (quite rightly) by most as a breath of fresh air in its simplicity,...

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Pure Holdem

Review: Pure Hold’em

I like VooFoo Studios. It's not because of the quite cool name, nor the fact they're based just a few miles down the road from where I live, but because they do...

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Gauntlet

Review: Gauntlet

When I was a kid I'd sit at the family's ZX Spectrum with my brother, fire up Gauntlet and (if I'm honest) have not idea what was going on. While my brother...

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brokensword5

Review: Broken Sword 5

A quick disclaimer before we begin... I've never played a Broken Sword game before. I had very little idea of what to expect, have no idea of any works of genius or...

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Review: Never Alone Arctic Collection

Some time ago Never Alone was released onto consoles, and received a mixed response from critics. It's easy to see why; while it's a fantastically told story and a thoroughly charming platformer...

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