GRID Race Consultant Diary 2: Racing Variety

September 15th, 2019    

I love Fernando Alonso. As a McLaren fanboy the last few years haven't been happy watching on the F1 circuit, but Alonso always managed to wrestle a fairly underwhelming car round into...

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Board Game Review: Ticket to Ride London

September 10th, 2019    

A while back, Ticket to Ride took a new turn with the release of Ticket to Ride New York, a game which followed the same premise of the much-loved and insanely-popular Ticket...

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Review: Afterlife

September 7th, 2019    

I played through the first chapter of Afterlife without even knowing I'd played it. As an interactive film which branches off in different directions depending on nothing more than what you're paying...

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Review: Edna and Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes

September 5th, 2019    

They don’t make them like this anymore. A classic-style point-and-click adventure, Harvey’s New Eyes offers something not often seen in modern games anymore. Certainly not on console at least. But what became...

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Review: MXGP 2019

September 3rd, 2019    

Last year’s MXGP Pro was one of my favourite games of 2018. A change from the odd attempts to videogame motocross racing, and go for a simulation feel of handling. Bike movement,...

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Review: Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark

September 2nd, 2019    

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is a turn based game a bit like Advance Wars or Final Fantasy tactics. Strategic placement is key, as well as management of your inventory, item...

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September 2019 Free Games Preview

September 1st, 2019    

The gaming season is starting! Assuming you survived the heatwave, September has some decent freebies...

Hitman: The Complete First Season (Xbox One, September 1-30) - the reboot of...

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Board Game Review: Tuki

As I mentioned in our recent Men at Work review, stacking and balancing games are always a welcome addition to our ever-growing...

Review: Exception

As soon as you fire it up, Exception asks you if you want to watch the story cutscene, or just get right...

Time to Take On Boris in Brexit Royale

Tired of Brexit? Yeah, aren't we all. What feels like 20 years after the referendum, and nobody knows what's going on, what...

Review: Dobble Harry Potter

Dobble's back again, and this time it's brought the wizarding world of Harry Potter along with it. If you haven't read one...

Review: Madden 20

It's weird to think that the Madden series of games has been in my life longer than any of my friends, colleagues...

Review: Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Imagine that the Nazis weren’t defeated in World War 2. They’ve been thriving, it’s 1980 and their butts are needing...

Board Game Review: Men at Work

Balance and dexterity games are becoming more and more common, but for us at TGR that's definitely not a bad thing. A...

Review: Tetsumo Party

Tetsumo Party is a short, casual game inspired by the classic Hole in the Wall series. The backstory - I...

August Free Games

Happy summer holidays everyone. For those of you not going away, there’s a decent selection of free games to keep...

Review: Redeemer: Enhanced Edition

If you give an addict a taste of their addiction, no matter how long they’ve gone without, they are suddenly...

Review: Sea of Solitude

Sea of Solitude makes it clear right away, that it is a very personal project. As part of EA’s indie...

Gadget Review: Crash Bandicoot XL Device Holder

The Crash Bandicoot XL Device Holder is a big statue of Crash, that holds your devices. Ok, that sounds obvious,...