Metro Redux

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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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ValiantHearts

Review: Valiant Hearts

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We all know that World War 1 was a pretty horrific event, costing millions of lives and changing the face of the world forever. But what of the other side of the...

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BlueEstate

Blue Estate: Meet Tony Luciano

Blue Estate is hitting the PSN this week, and looks pretty interesting so far. In the video below meet one of the two protagonists of the game, Tony Luciano, demonstrating - with a lot...

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Transistor

Review: Transistor

In Transistor you play as Red, a famous singer in a futuristic utopia called Cloudbank. During a concert there is an assassination attempt on your life by a secret society called the...

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Watch-Dogs

Review: Watch_Dogs

Not long ago we published a preview of Watch_Dogs, pitching it as the potential moment when games swung sharply into the new generation of consoles and showed the world exactly what was...

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WolfensteinNewOrder

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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TitanAttacks

Review: Titan Attacks!

If I told you there was a new game available which took strong inspiration from Space Invaders, I suspect your response would be somewhere near the bottom of the excitement scale. And...

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LegoHobbit

Review: Lego The Hobbit

It's getting progressively tougher to talk about the Lego games in a new and unique way. Every few months the Lego machine manages to pump out a new game based on one...

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Cel Damage HD

Review: Cel Damage HD

Cell Damage was a car combat game which was released back in the PS2/Xbox era, and its defining feature was its art direction. The game received a lukewarm reception and although some...

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StealthInc

Review: Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark Ultimate Edition

There seems to be a current trend at the moment with Playstation 4 PSN titles coming out that are just refreshed versions of titles that have been out on either the Playstation...

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PureChess

Review: Pure Chess (PS4)

There's not a lot you can say about chess that hasn't been said before. It's a game of skill, deep thought and forward planning. It's a coming together of minds, a mental...

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Fez

Review: Fez

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Fez was one of the surprise hits on the Xbox 360 when it hit the console a while back, and now Playstation gamers can enjoy the level spinning fun of an incredible...

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