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Review: Paper Cut Mansion

Paper Cut Manion is a horror rogue-like mystery game. Playing as Toby, a police detective, you need to explore a mansion a floor at a time, with each run providing you with...

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Review: Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2

Here we go again. CoD is back, this time a reimagining of the sequel to the first Modern Warfare 1, itself a reimagining of the first Modern Warfare, not the remastered Modern...

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Review: Gas Station Simulator

Another day, another simulator game. This time, you’re running a gas station in Hicksville, America. And as is the trend these days, it’s pretty good.  Good at least at recreating the...

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Review: Food Truck Simulator

The latest in the ‘simulator’ genre of games, Food Truck Simulator sets out to have you become John Favreau of your own destiny. Sadly, ‘Chef’ this is not unless Chef was a...

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Review: Cult of the Lamb

I quite like the idea of being in a cult. It’s basically a club on steroids. You go there, hang out, everyone’s on the same page, and maybe get a uniform and...

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Review: Rollerdrome

Rollerdrome is a high-octane experience distilled into perfected if slightly limited fundamentals. For those unaware, the best summary I could give of Rollerdrome would be ‘What if Tony Hawk and Max Payne...

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Review: Cartel Tycoon

A blend of Sim City and Tropico, Cartel Tycoon gives you the opportunity to take control of a ‘Capo’ in the 1980s, hoping to make a lot of money from the drug...

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Peripheral Review: JSAUX Steam Deck Accessories

We were sent a selection of Steam Deck accessories to test out by JSAUX. My Deck has been looking a little lonely since it arrived, despite the addition of some thumbstick caps,...

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Review: Sword and Fairy: Together Forever

Sword and Fairy: Together Forever is actually the 7th in the Sword and Fairy series. You’d be forgiven for knowing this since it’s a mostly Chinese franchise, but releasing on Playstation 5,...

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August 2022’s Free Games

A reasonable month of free games this time around, with Sony taking the lead delivering some absolute belters. Let’s take a look along with the official blurb from the relevant websites and...

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Review: MX vs ATV Legends

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MX vs ATV is back with a new game, also throwing UTV (utility terrain vehicles) into the mix. But, if you’re expecting a close-fought battle, I’m sorry to spoil it: MX wins....

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July 2022’s Free Games

Microsoft announced that the Xbox 360 games will soon be stopping (in a few months time) so make the most of the increased free selection whilst it lasts (don't worry, games you've...

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Review: Sniper Elite 5

Shooting Nazis in the testicles never gets old, does it? To be honest, if that sentence makes you think "Hmm, that sounds like fun" then you’re going to love Sniper Elite. If...

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Review: Zorro the Chronicles

Oddly when I think of Zorro these days, I think of Puss in Boots from Shrek. Fear not, this is a serious Zorro game - serious in the sense it’s based on...

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June 2022’s Free Games

A nice selection of free games this month, so without any further delay let's see what you'll be downloading and playing without additional cost this month with some descriptions taken from Xbox/Playstation...

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Review: Outward Definitive Edition

Outward Definitive Edition is the new console re-release of Outward, containing a number of gameplay amendments, quality of life improvements and all of the DLC for the original game, released in 2019....

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Review: Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters

It has a terrible title. I know. As a recent convert to the Warhammer universe thanks to a combination of national lockdowns and ample free time, I was bracing myself for a...

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Review: Moto GP 22

MotoGP 22 is probably the most realistic MotoGP game that I’ve ever played, which is fantastic news for fans of the sport. However, it also means that it’s the hardest. It took...

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May 2022’s Free Games

The May lineup is here with some decent games to tide you over all of the Bank Holidays and beyond - take a look at what you can dip into to keep...

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