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Rocket League

Review: Rocket League

"With the full game promising customisation options, more arenas and league style play it could well be a big little hit for PS4 this summer." I said that when I...

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Arkham-Knight

Review: Arkham Knight

Batman doesn’t have much luck; in fact he has more bad knights (pun intended) than Jack Bauer has bad days. The final of Rocksteady’s Batman trilogy is much like the final of...

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3d-realms

Review: 3D Realms Anthology

One of my earliest memories of PC gaming is sitting up past my bed time playing the original Duke Nukem side-scrolling shooter on a knackered old PC that my dad had salvaged...

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Review: Styx: Master of Shadows

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Styx: Master of Shadows is a prequel to Of Orcs and Men, a fantasy role playing game on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. I had never heard of this before Master of...

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cosmophony

Review: Cosmophony

Cosmophony sounds great on paper: a rhythm based tunnel shooter with some thumping tunes written by Salaryman, a French DJ and producer, which build up as you progress through the levels and...

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wizardwars

Review: Magicka: Wizard Wars

I desperately wanted to like Magicka: Wizard Wars. On paper, I should have loved it. Take Magicka’s brilliantly enjoyable but challenging spell-based combat system, and fun loving childish humour, and throw them...

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TheSwapper

Review Update: The Swapper (Xbox One)

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It's really simple, but it's a total brain buster. The Swapper is a great puzzler - right from the start you begin with your one and only tool for the rest of...

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Project-Cars

Review: Project CARS

After an agonising wait spanning several years, Project CARS has finally arrived on PC and consoles, ready to take the world by storm as the first simulator-style racer available across all platforms....

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Review Roundup: Game Streaming Devices

I'm really fortunate to have what I consider a very good gaming setup. I will spare the details but it's a dedicated area in the house for gaming, nice TV, comfy chair...

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PixelStory

Review: A Pixel Story

There seems to have been a glut of 'retro' based released by indie developers over the past few years with basic controls that really do hark back to the 8 and 16...

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SpaceColony

Review: Space Colony: Steam Edition

Real-time strategy games have never really been my forte. I’m even worse at games where I need to keep digital people happy through feeding them. Whenever I play ‘The Sims’ I merely...

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FF0HD

Review: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

Well known for arriving with a demo for the upcoming Final Fantasy XV, the catchy-named Final Fantasy Type-0 HD arrives on the PS4 having been a decent success on the PSP over...

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ULtratron

Review: Ultratron

Ultratron looks very retro and you would be forgiven for thinking it’s another retro looking twin stick shooter playing on your nostalgic desires and rose tinted glasses. You would be wrong however...

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wipeout2048

Retrospective Review: Wipeout 2048

In 1995 my mind was blown. The original Playstation had not been out very long, and three dimensional gameplay was truly born. Racing games had an obvious progression from the sprite based...

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LifeIsStrange

Review: Life is Strange Episode 2

With episodic game series being quite tough to review on an episode-by-episode basis (what with spoilers being very easy to accidentally drop) we won't be featuring full length reviews, instead just giving...

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Review: Tales from the Borderlands: Episode Two – Atlas Mugged

After the rollercoaster ride of Episode 1, Tales from the Bordlerands returns after a relatively hefty wait, and pretty much straight away starts to deliver some fantastic conversation and action. While Rhys...

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Metrocide

Review: Metrocide

The City Noir feel of this game hit me as soon as I loaded up this game and was greeted by the title screen, it is a cyberpunk world and you see...

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GameOfThrones

Review: Game of Thrones – Season 1, Episode 3

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If you've been following our Game of Thrones reviews so far, you'll know that we were gripped by the first and felt slightly let down by the second. Well episode three kicks...

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Battlefield-Hardline

Review: Battlefield Hardline

The bad guys have the cash. They're on the run. You equip an assault rifle, jump in a car. You're speeding through the city, avoid the debris of a fallen crane, powerslide...

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