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killallzombies

Review: #killallzombies

"Looks like we have reached the end, I don't want to live again" That sounds bleak doesn't it? Zombies are in the in thing, have been for years. Success of hit shows...

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PixTheCat

Review: Pix the Cat

I have spent the last two weeks trying to write a review for Pix the Cat. I started by loving it, however it quickly became frustrating. With my desire to be able...

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EvilWithin

Review: The Evil Within

Sebastian Castellanos has been called into a mental hospital to investigate a murder. What could possibly go wrong? Well, I'll tell you: almost everyone gets taken over by an evil force which turns...

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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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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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Anomaly2

Review: Anomaly 2

I have never been a big fan of tower defense games. I'm not sure what it is, the 'sit and wait' aspect maybe. Anyways, Anomaly Warzone Earth 2 turns the premise on its...

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Last of Us Remastered

Why You Should Be Playing The Last of Us: Remastered’s Multiplayer

The Last of Us and the remastered PS4 versions are almost universally regarded as excellent. Technically brilliant, engaging story, brutal but smooth gameplay and a fantastic musical score. But within this package...

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Surgery Sim

Review: Surgeon Simulator Anniversary Edition

Is adding some amusement into a game enough to make you forget the fact that you spend most of the time getting utterly and totally pissed off at everything being so difficult?...

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RoadNotTaken

Review: Road Not Taken

"Every year we lose a few."  The tone of Road Not Taken is an odd one. Cartoony, beautifully hand drawn visuals with a simplex yet complex puzzle game sit over top a...

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PvZ

Review: Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare

Taking a mobile game and turning it into a full-scale (and full price) console title is quite a big undertaking, so the idea of picking up Plants vs Zombies - a very...

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Metro Redux

Review: Metro Redux

Metro 2033 and its sequel, Metro Last Light, both provided some memorable games experience on the previous generation of gaming machines. Giving a bleak yet strangely uplifting view of human survival in...

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PurePool

Review: Pure Pool

There's always been something enjoyable about pool and snooker games. Going way back to Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker in the early 90s I've enjoyed a few virtual frames with my cue in...

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Last of Us Remastered

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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TheSwapper

Review: The Swapper

It's almost impossible to talk about The Swapper without sounding like a pretentious cock who claims to have been given a secret inside understanding of the soul, the role of the human body...

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New-Tasty

Review: Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty

When New 'n' Tasty was announced back at E3 2013 I was over the moon. The original game was the first  game I bought when I got my original Playstation and its always...

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UFC

Review: UFC

Some fighting styles are fairly straight forward. Boxing, for example, is an above-the-waste punching contest that for all of its tactics, techniques and subtle clever variations is still a contest between two...

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Mousecraft

Review: Mousecraft

To start, I'm not going to fall into the trap that every other review of this game has made.  You know, the old "Its Lemmings meets Tetris" thing.  It's not. It's really not....

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Tour De France 14

Review: Tour de France 2014

The Tour de France. A long, exhausting endurance race carried out over hundreds upon hundreds of miles. It's a slow, tactical slog where an individual rider isn't as important as the team...

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