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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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Review: PGA Tour 2K21

There's an interesting, inherent beauty in golf. It's not a sport I've spent much time obsessing over, but the courses themselves are always works of art, even down to the lower level...

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Review: Relicta

It's the Moon, Jim, but not as we know it. We've had quite a few games based on the Moon over the last few years, but it tends to be a "real"...

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Review: Pistol Whip

Rhythm games aren't exactly in heavy supply on the PSVR, but what we've got has been very decent so far. Both Beat Saber and Audica are great games, the former being a...

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Board Game Review: Star Wars – Dark Side Rising

There have been some incredibly cool Star Wars tabletop games in recent years, which have mostly had one thing in common - they're incredibly complex and tough to get to grips with....

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Review: Knight Squad

As an absolutely mental 8 player game, Knight Squad sits on an awkward knife edge depending on what you're after and how many people you've got around to play with. A range...

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Review: Assetto Corsa Competizione

I'm a massive fan of racing games, and whether it's a single category like F1 or a multi-spec game like Gran Turismo, there's nothing better than taking to the track and getting...

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Review: F1 2020

Over the past few years Codemasters have been slowly refining the F1 games, adding the occasional new feature such as last year's F2 options, and tweaking an already successful formula to make...

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Board Game Review: Poetry for Neanderthals

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From the same team who came up with the bonkers Exploding Kittens, Poetry for Neanderthals is another brilliant, easy to play game that causes unimaginable stress and lets you smack people round...

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Review: Railway Empire

One of the great things about being a dad to a young boy is being able to play with all those awesome toys that I loved when I was younger, with no...

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Review: Moving Out

It's impossible to talk about Moving Out without bringing Overcooked into the conversation. If you've ever played the absolutely mental local co-op cooking game, then you're all set for a dose of...

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Review: Trailmakers

The idea of building your own vehicle out of a range of bits, letting you drive, race, fly, sail or any combination of them sounds great to me. With a Lego-obsessed son,...

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Hardware Review: Logitech G920 Driving Force Wheel

The current situation around the world has had at least one highlight: online racing becoming a fully fledged, beautifully broadcast sport. Between F1 2019, rFactor and iRacing we've seen professionals from a...

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Hardware Review: Logitech G432 Headset

There's a lot of competition in the gaming headset world right now. Whether you're looking to spend a fortune, or next to nothing, you'll find a range of companies vying for your...

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Review: Deliver Us the Moon

The premise for Deliver Us the Moon is one which, not long ago, you would have rolled your eyes at and seen it as just another far fetched fantasy plot. And yet...

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Hardware Review: HyperX Cloud Alpha S Blackout

You know what you're getting with a HyperX headset. You'll almost always get great sound quality, comfortable wear for long periods of time and very decent quality microphones that give your gaming...

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Review: Shadow Legend VR

Ever wanted to cook a steak in VR, or feed a horse, or chop a skeleton's arm off? Well now you can, and while Shadow Legend on the PSVR isn't quite the...

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Review: Hunt Showdown

I'm deep into the 1890s, and knee-deep in a swamp which houses, somewhere in the moonlit gloom, a weird swamp-beast that'll start chasing me under the water any moment and scare the...

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