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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 not 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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RoadNotTaken

Review: Road Not Taken

"Every year we lose a few."  The tone of Road Not Taken is an odd one. Cartoony, beautifully hand drawn visuals with a simplex yet complex puzzle game sit over top a...

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PvZ

Review: Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare

Taking a mobile game and turning it into a full-scale (and full price) console title is quite a big undertaking, so the idea of picking up Plants vs Zombies - a very...

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Metro Redux

Review: Metro Redux

Metro 2033 and its sequel, Metro Last Light, both provided some memorable games experience on the previous generation of gaming machines. Giving a bleak yet strangely uplifting view of human survival in...

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PurePool

Review: Pure Pool

There's always been something enjoyable about pool and snooker games. Going way back to Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker in the early 90s I've enjoyed a few virtual frames with my cue in...

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The Golf Club

Review: The Golf Club

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FORE!! Nope, that's not the review score, just an awkward segue into the article - I'll make a note to myself for next time to try harder... So, The Golf Club, affectionately...

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Risen3

Review: Risen 3: Titan Lords

Almost exactly a year ago we reviewed Risen 2, and while it was a reasonably acceptable adventure, it didn't hold up to other games in its genre. So surely, a whole year...

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Last of Us Remastered

Review: The Last of Us Remastered

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It has been only a year since the Playstation 3 saw the release of, in my opinion, the finest game available on the seventh generation of home consoles, a game that proved...

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MachinesAtWar3

Review: Machines at War 3

Machines at War 3 is, as the title gives away, the third title in the series. I have to admit that I have not played the previous two iterations so I come...

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DeadPool Pinball

Review: Zen Pinball – Deadpool Table

Deadpool was always going to be a wise choice for a pinball table, offering a load and very verbal accompaniment to the usual bings and bongs of your average pinball experience. With...

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TableTopRacing

Review: Table Top Racing

Vehicle combat in games can go one of two ways. One one hand you've got the games like Blur, which give fast and frantic racing with added weapons which feel fair, balanced...

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