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Ticket to Ride

Board Game Review: Ticket to Ride (Europe)

A lot of people will have experienced Ticket to Ride without even realising that a physical, tabletop version existed. Popular on phones and tablets, the "proper" version of Ticket to Ride has...

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DoorKickers

Review: Door Kickers

Door Kickers. As soon as I heard the name of this I knew it was going to be up my street. It is. It's awesome. Door Kickers is about a swat/patrol team...

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7Days

Review: 7 Days to Die

Zombie games haven't quite managed to catch up with the quality of the genre in popular culture yet but there have been some hits – Left 4 Dead captured the frantic, insane...

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Technomancer

Review: The Technomancer

I didn't know a huge amount about Technomancer going in other than the box art looked cool and it seemed like a deep RPG with some sweet fighting. I figured its main...

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Catalyst

Review: Mirrors Edge Catalyst

I never played the first Mirrors Edge game. Yeah, that one person who never tried it was me. As such I went into Mirrors Edge Catalyst without any kind of preconception of what...

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KnitWit

Board Game Review: Knit Wit

Let’s get one thing straight from the start – Knit Wit is a beautifully presented game. From the box itself, through to the wooden spools, tiny clothes pegs and blackboard-style score cards,...

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LegendaryVillains

Review: Legendary Villains and Secret Wars Vol 1 & 2

As a newbie to the Deck Building Game scene I approached Legendary Villains with both eagerness and nervousness. The rulebook was plentiful, the cards needed dividing up into different sections and categories,...

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PokemonTrainer

Review: Pokemon Trainer Kit

Pokemon is quite a big thing. You may have heard of it. After several years in existence, a dizzying number of collectable cards, several years of international Pokemon tournaments and who-knows-how-many different video...

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Freedom1

Hardware Review: Prif Freedom 1 Wireless Headset

If you haven't heard of Prif, don't worry. They're a relatively new company, but don't let that put you off - if the Freedom 1 headset is anything to go by they...

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BloodyInn

Confessions of an Inn Keeper: The Bloody Inn Review

I can’t believe it’s the year 1831 already; time flies. I’ve recently set up an inn, making the most of the passing trade in a quiet area of Peyrebeille in France. It’s...

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Carcassonne

Carcassonne: A 3 Year Old’s Review

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Ok, before I started I should point out that in case it isn’t immediately obvious, this hasn’t been written by a three year old. Nor is it the direct thoughts of a...

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FarHarbor

Review: Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC

Bored of Fallout 4? Think you've seen everything the game has to offer? Well think again - if you haven't already picked up the new Far Harbor DLC then you're missing a...

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Minecraft story mode

Review: Minecraft: Story Mode

I had never played a Telltale game before I played Minecraft: Story Mode, so I was unsure what to expect. However, I am a big Minecraft fan, so I really enjoyed it....

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BluesBullets

Review: Blues and Bullets, Episodes 1 & 2

There have been a fair few point-clicky style games recently, with the current generation of consoles enjoying several Telltale games as well as the fantastic Life is Strange, so the gameplay style...

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Homefront-Revolution

Review: Homefront The Revolution

The first Homefront game was met by a pretty mixed reception. When I reviewed it I really enjoyed it; it was a bit short, but the multiplayer was fun and having read...

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Duelyst

Review: Duelyst

On March 9th, 2014 a Kickstarter was launched for a new competitive collectible trading card strategy game called Duelyst. In one day it gathered $10k, and within three days, $30k. In just...

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Doom

Review: Doom

I've just shot a demon in the face with a shotgun. It felt good. It felt REALLY good. Not because I'm some kind of anti-demon violent weirdo (although I'm pretty sure I...

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NightJob

Review: The Night Job

Imagine getting a new job - all you have to do is make sure a building does not fall down. Fairly easy, it's sturdy and everything. Only issue is there are 100...

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Battleborn

Review: Battleborn

It's difficult to categorise Battleborn easily. Clearly, Gearbox set out to make a shooter with the emphasis on multiplayer enjoyment, be that co-op or the competitive modes, and that's exactly what they've...

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