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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: 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: 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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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: Model Builder

Model Builder is a game about building models. In the same way that Lawn Mowing Simulator is about mowing lawns, and Power Washing Simulator is about power washing stuff, Model Builder does...

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Review: PowerWash Simulator (Early Access)

Ever gone to clean your patio, and revelled in the euphoria that comes with completely stripping back what you thought was the colour, to reveal an all-new, and original colour underneath? Such...

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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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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: Dirt Rally 2.0 – Season Pass 3/4

It’s been out for a while now and is currently free on PS Plus and Xbox Gamepass. And it’s brilliant - this much you already know. It’s tough - very tough, but...

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Feature: Into the Breach – A Gaming Pinnacle

Everyone once in a while, a game comes along that you weren’t expecting. I had heard about Into the Breach. People raved about it. I looked at screenshots. It looked...

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Review: Door Kickers

Door Kickers. As soon as I heard the name of this I knew it was going to be up my street. It is. It's awesome. Door Kickers is about a swat/patrol team...

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Review: Duelyst

On March 9th, 2014 a Kickstarter was launched for a new competitive collectible trading card strategy game called Duelyst. In one day it gathered $10k, and within three days, $30k. In just...

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Review: Train Valley

Train Valley is a puzzle game. With trains. If you don't like puzzle games and don't like trains, you'll want to be heading to another review for a bit. You will, however,...

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Review: Legends of Eisenwald

The fantasy genre is one we've become very familiar with. Certain things spring to mind immediately; spectacular castles, knights in gleaming armour, dragons and ferocious beasts. What does not spring to mind,...

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Review: Poly Bridge

Back in my days of being a young sproglet in school, I fondly remember a simplistic game called Coconut Run. It was one of those free online games, the sort that you'd...

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Review: 3D Realms Anthology

One of my earliest memories of PC gaming is sitting up past my bed time playing the original Duke Nukem side-scrolling shooter on a knackered old PC that my dad had salvaged...

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Poly Bridge Arrives on Early Access

Developers Dry Cactus have just released their upcoming bridge-build-em-up (it'll catch on) Poly Bridge onto Early Access, and we've already had a couple of weeks to have a play around. It's good...

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Review: Magicka: Wizard Wars

I desperately wanted to like Magicka: Wizard Wars. On paper, I should have loved it. Take Magicka’s brilliantly enjoyable but challenging spell-based combat system, and fun loving childish humour, and throw them...

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Review: A Pixel Story

There seems to have been a glut of 'retro' based released by indie developers over the past few years with basic controls that really do hark back to the 8 and 16...

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