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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. Sure, don't get...

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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 as a whole....

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SniperElite3

Review: Sniper Elite 3

Sniper Elite 3 from Rebellion sees you playing Karl Fairburne, a sniper in the 3rd iteration of this series. The story is set during World War II, and takes place in Africa. I played this on...

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GridAutosport

Review: GRID Autosport

It's easy to argue that Codemasters have been a leading force in racing games for quite some time now, and while there have been a few hiccups long the way the underlying quality has always...

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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 story, the friendships,...

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Munin

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 the introduction, the...

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g4me-one

Hardware Review: Sennheiser G4ME ONE Headset

Sennheiser’s G4ME ONE headset is, without a shadow of a doubt, a beautiful piece of kit. From the moment you open the box and see the white headset with subtle flashes of red you know...

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Mario Kart 8

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 it is down...

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Gamepad2 Review

Hardware Review: ARCHOS Gamepad 2

With the boom of tablets and hand held devices, it was not going to be long before someone joined the two together, and Archos have done just that twice.  The first interaction of the Gamepad...

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NASCAR14

Review: NASCAR ’14

I've never really understood NASCAR. From a non-supporters point of view there's a bunch of over 40 cars driving round a banked oval for hundreds of laps, with a crazy scramble at the end which...

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ZRun

Review: ZRun

ZRun is a third person runner game for set in the zombie apocalypse. The dead have risen and you have got to get out of the city, and to do so, you have decided to...

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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 Camarata. Red manages...

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Tropico5

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, but in a...

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Murdered Soul Suspect

Review: Murdered: Soul Suspect

At a time when many developers are choosing to play it safe and stick to reliable game styles that just so happen to look a bit different to other games, it's refreshing whenever a game...

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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 possible when you...

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BoundByFlame

Review: Bound by Flame

With the new generation of consoles still finding their feet in terms of a broad spectrum of gaming, the opportunity is very much in place for some lesser known titles to nip in and steal...

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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 to a point...

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Nether

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 working hard to...

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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 why wouldn't it?...

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