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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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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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PartyHard

Review: Party Hard

Ever had one of those moments when you're having a quiet evening in and you feel super relaxed. You go to bed and at 3am in the morning a neighbour is having...

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Takenoko

Board Game Review: Takenoko

The Emperor of Japan is given the gift of a rare panda by the Chinese Emperor. It doesn't sound like much of an introduction for a fantastically fun board game, but that's...

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CoffinDOdgers

Review: Coffin Dodgers

What if Mario Kart wasn't Mario characters, but instead old biddies? That's the concept of this fairly distasteful take on the kart racing genre. In fairness, the title sets the scene of...

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Review: T.I.M.E Stories: Under the Mask

After A Prophecy of Dragons didn't quite hit the heights of the previous T.I.M.E Stories adventures, you'd be forgiven for thinking the honeymoon period was over, and the initial excitement of the...

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Codenames

Board Game Review: Codenames

Have you ever looked at something which seemed incredibly easy from the outside, and then as soon as you tried it suddenly realised it's harder than balancing the moon on the head of a...

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StoriesDestinies

Review: Stories: The Path of Destinies

I wasn't expecting a great deal going into Stories. It's an isometric slash 'em up, it looks a bit cutesy – we've seen many of those games before. I played it for...

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