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Gravity Heroes Release Trailer Shows Awesome Retro Shooting

Gravity Heroes is a fast paced, chaotically beautiful 2D platform shooter; fuelled by retro arcade nostalgia with an electrifying soundtrack and popping pixel art style. Enjoy an action-packed, Gravity-shifting solo campaign, or...

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DOOM 3 VR Launch Trailer

DOOM 3: VR Edition transforms id Software’s critically acclaimed action-horror shooter into a white-knuckle VR experience, immersing players in a terrifying world where Hell lurks around every corner. A demonic invasion has...

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F1 2020 Gets Podium Pass Series 5

F1 2020 Podium Pass Series 5 is live right now, and Codies have provided 30 new tiers and challenges for you to unlock. That’s not all, as they're adding...

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Review: Gods Will Fall

I've never been one to go for the Souls games. The level of difficulty, frustration and repeated losses to enormous bosses just never sounded like my idea of fun, but having watched...

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Want a Space Pet? No Man’s Sky Has You Covered…

With No Man's Sky continuing to expand its variety with amazing free updates, there was one thing that people kept asking for: pets. Since being able to tame and ride creatures, it's...

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PS Access Looks at This Week’s Playstation Releases

Looking for something new to play? Well, there's good news there, because the fine folks at Playstation Access have compiled all of this week's new PS4 and PS5 releases into one lovely...

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Review: Watch Dogs Legion

A lot has been said about the new Watch Dogs game. After two very enjoyable, if not slightly samey Watch Dogs titles, Legion repeats the history of the first game by releasing...

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Review: Doodle God Evolution

When I first saw Doodle God Evolution, my initial thought was that this was going to become a friendly game of building up the world bit by bit, discovering new things and...

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Hardware Review: HyperX QuadCast S Microphone

As online gaming gets more and more serious, so too does the need for good quality hardware in your gaming setup. What good is your beautiful sparkling PS5, or your new £800...

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Review: Overcooked! All You Can Eat

If you haven't heard of Overcooked by now, then that's quite an achievement. The incredibly popular Chef-Em-Up (it'll catch on) has spanned two games and numerous DLCs, and if you've got at...

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Board Game Review: Fallout Shelter

It doesn't take much to get me excited about a game related to the Fallout franchise. I've played through several Fallout games both on the PC and PlayStation platforms, and have built...

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Review: Dirt 5

Just over a year ago I reviewed the latest game in Codemasters' long running Grid series, and instead of focussing on the career mode's lightweight story decided to look at what was...

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Review: Space Crew

Fancy flying a cock-shaped spaceship around the place, rescuing people, delivering cargo and getting shot at by weird grey aliens until your space-cock explodes and you start all over again? Well as...

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Gamebook Review: ALBA

As a teenager I used to love game books, those books that didn't just run from the beginning to the end but instead asked you to make your own choices, work out...

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Review: The Suicide of Rachel Foster

It's really hard to decide what I think about The Suicide of Rachel Foster. On one hand I loved the setting, the wonderfully created hotel and the atmosphere felt as you walk...

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Review: Art of Rally

If we're handing out awards for "deceptively sim-like game of the year" then we can probably name Art of Rally as one of the likely candidates. Watching video footage of Art of...

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Review: Hotshot Racing

Taking a leap into 90s arcade territory, Hotshot Racing pulls influences from the likes of Virtua Racing and Ridge Racer, landing in a fairly sweet spot that offers fast, enjoyable racing with...

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Review: Röki

There are a lot of adventure games like Roki, and as such it's becoming quite tough to stand out from the crowd and become a must-play title over and above the numerous...

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Review: Spellbreak

As one of the 7 people in the world who never really got into the whole battle royale genre, I felt like I had the benefit of ignorance going into Spellbreak. There...

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