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TinyTroopers

Review: Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops

Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops comes to the Vita after enjoying good success on mobiles and tablets, but don't let that be a reason to dismiss it immediately. While it's true that many...

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Assassins Creed Unity

Review: Assassin’s Creed Unity

Last year Ubisoft shook up the Assassin's Creed formula with a step back down the series timeline and a bit of pirate action in the Caribbean. AC4: Black Flag then got a...

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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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FM2015

Review: Football Manager 2015

Another year passing means another dose of football addiction. With each new version of Football Manager that SI Games produce they somehow find new layers of complexity, new features to slot into...

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StealthInc2

Review: Stealth Inc 2

Stealth Inc 2 is kind of hard work. It's a challenge, that's for sure. How much enjoyment you get out of it will be determined by how much you would consider the...

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Screencheat

Review: Screencheat

If you remember playing split-screen FPS games such as Goldeneye on the N64, you'll know how much fun it was to hide round a bend, watch someone else's corner of the screen...

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TotalWarRome2EE

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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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 CastellanosĀ 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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Destiny

Feature: Destiny Multi-Review

With Destiny having such a huge build up, with a massive advertising budget and the world's eye on Bungie's first cross-platform title, it was bound to be the case that everyone had...

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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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F1 2014

Review: F1 2014

Each year a new Formula 1 seasons heralds a tweak in the rules, a slight change in aerodynamic rules and a few drivers swapping teams. But the 2014 seasons was a bit...

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Review: Forza Horizon 2

I have always thought that car games are split into two - driving games, and racing games. Sometimes the line is a little blurred but generally they end up on one side...

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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 notĀ sure what it is, the 'sit and wait' aspect maybe. Anyways, Anomaly Warzone Earth 2 turns the premise on its...

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Ninjago

Review: Lego Ninjago: Nindroids

The Lego series of games have built up a strong following and become very popular with a huge number of gamers, helped along by some pretty hefty franchises in the shape of...

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Spacecom

Review: Spacecom

I like strategy games, but two things occasionally bug me if I'm in a slightly irritable mood: complexity and time. Take Civilization as an example, as that's generally seen as the King...

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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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