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Review: A Pixel Story

There seems to have been a glut of 'retro' based released by indie developers over the past few years with basic controls that really do hark back to the 8 and 16...

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Review: Metrocide

The City Noir feel of this game hit me as soon as I loaded up this game and was greeted by the title screen, it is a cyberpunk world and you see...

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Preview: theHunter: Primal

theHunter: Primal is a game that has been developed by Expansive Worlds that lets you stalk and hunt dinosaurs in an open world Jurassic era inspired environment. This has been on early...

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Five Good, Five Bad: 2014 in Review

You'll be seeing loads of "Game of the Year" posts soon, but here at TGR we don't like to do things the same as everyone else. So instead of looking at individual...

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Review: Total War: Rome 2 Emperor Edition

Total War: Rome 2 was originally released late last year to some rather indifferent reviews, on release it had many bugs and problems and even though it was released nearly ten years...

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Preview: Interstellar Marines

It is quite easy to forget that Interstellar Marines is an indie title. When most people think of indie they think of 2D graphics and a platformer based styler of game;...

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Review: The Last of Us Remastered

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It has been only a year since the Playstation 3 saw the release of, in my opinion, the finest game available on the seventh generation of home consoles, a game that proved...

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Review: Machines at War 3

Machines at War 3 is, as the title gives away, the third title in the series. I have to admit that I have not played the previous two iterations so I come...

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Preview: FIFA 15

It is just weeks since the World Cup has finished but already fans all over the country are looking forward to the new domestic season and with that comes the latest version...

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Preview: Arkham Knight

Arkham Knight will be the latest and possibly final instalment in the hugely successful Arkham series created by Rocksteady. It is five years since Arkham Asylum was released and it's safe...

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Review: Munin

Munin is a platform based puzzle title that has been developed by Gojira and published by Daedalic Entertainment on Steam. There is a very loose story that is given to you in...

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Review: Mario Kart 8

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It is safe to say that things haven't gone well for the Wii U so far in its life. Despite being released a year before Microsoft and Sony's next gen consoles...

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Review: Tropico 5

Tropico 5 is the latest instalment in Kalypso Media's successful series of strategy games that has a slight twist. The twist in this series is that you play the part of a dictator,...

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Review: Wolfenstein: The New Order

Not so long ago it seemed as though every first person shooter had you mowing down armies of Nazi soldiers in the second world war, and I think we all had gotten...

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Review: Nether

Nether is a first person survival horror game that is currently still in Beta mode on Steam. Initially released as an early access game last October the developers, Phosphor Games Studio, have been...

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Preview: Destiny

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It's safe to say there has been a lot of interest in what Bungie were going to do after they left the hugely successful and critically acclaimed Halo series in the hands...

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Review: War of the Vikings

War of the Vikings is an action game released last week for the PC. It has been developed by Swedish studio FatShark who also released the War of the Roses two years...

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Preview: Wolfenstein: The New Order

The Wolfenstein series is now over 30 years old and must surely be one of the most famous names in video gaming history. The initial Castle Wolfenstein, released in 1981, was...

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Are Next Gen Graphics All That Important?

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What is it that makes you excited for the new generation of consoles, is it the graphical leap or a new way of making the gameplay both fun and progressive? This is...

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