January 2020’s Free Games Preview

Happy new year everyone! 2020 kicks off with a decent selection of games, ready for you to tackle while you plough through the last few Celebrations and drain the final...

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Review: Mini Motor Racing X

“Well that’s a cute little racing game”, I thought to myself when I saw Mini Motor Racing X being promoted. What I didn’t expect was also a very good racing...

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The Amazingly Named Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] Gets a new Trailer

Those of you who like a fighting game might want to keep an eye on Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] over the next few weeks. Aside from having one of the best names...

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Review: The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets (PSVR)

VR has brought about some really cool gaming possibilities, and aside from the obvious advances in horror titles, puzzle-based games have been on the rise thanks to the new planes available from...

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Review: Ultimate Racing 2D

Sometimes when you play a racing game, you just get this feeling. It’s kind of like being in the zone, but you experience the flow of a perfect corner, the...

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Watch the December 10th Playstation State of Play Right Here!

Looking forward to seeing what games are on the horizon for Playstation players? Well we've hooked into the Youtube live stream to be able to show it to you right here, without...

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December 2019’s Free Games Preview

Happy Christmas to one and all. A mixed bag this holiday season of free games, let’s unwrap them, starting with the offerings on the Xbox consoles for December - is there anything...

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Board Game Review: Marvel Champions

Two of my favourite things at the moment are the Marvel films (yes I love the comics too, but don’t read anything like as many as I used to), and Arkham Horror,...

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Review: Audica (PSVR)

For anyone who has engrossed themselves in VR lately, the concept of a new Harmonix rhythm game designed purely for VR should have been an exciting prospect. And indeed, here at TGR...

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Review: Need for Speed Heat

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Everyone loves a "best of" compilation. Even DJ extraordinaire Alan Partridge decided his favourite Beatles album was "The Best of the Beatles", and so it should come as good news that Need...

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The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets Launches This Week on PSVR

If you haven't heard of The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets, then you're about to learn of a game that, if you own a PSVR, should be firmly on your radar....

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Review: Bonfire (PSVR)

I've played quite a bit of PSVR content now, and I'm really getting a taste for the slower games, those which don't need lightning fast reactions, those that don't scare you into...

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Review: Construction Simulator 2

Want to learn how to drive? I’ll give you some tips says Peter. You can call him Pete. You learn how to drive forward, reverse park. Pretty simple. What’s that? You’re...

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Watch: November’s Playstation Plus Games

Looking to dip into this month's PS+ games but not quite sure what to expect? Well let PlayStation Access help, with this great video showing the two freebies you can get your...

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November 2019’s Free Games Preview

Bit of a lame month this one. Presumably given there’s so much coming out, but still, a couple of interesting picks.

Nioh (PS4) - ancient Japan, demons, sorcerers and ‘a bit...

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Cat Quest 2 Arrives on the PS4 This Week

Fancy being a cat and dog combo, heading off to lands unknown in an epic cutesy RPG adventure? Well, you're in luck, because the loved-by-the-PC-crowd Cat Quest 2 is out this week,...

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Review: FIFA 20

It's getting really tough to review FIFA games. Each year there's the pile of new tweaks and changes that will supposedly transform the series entirely and warrant another £50 on the game...

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Review: Valfaris

Valfaris is an 80s action movie of a side-scrolling shooter. It’s also not hugely dissimilar from the old 8 and 16-bit shooters in terms of looks and influence. Fortunately, it’s also rather...

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Board Game Review: Time’s Up Party

With Christmas thundering up on us and, along with it, the unspoken requirement to spend time with family you might start wondering soon what you're going to do all evening to get...

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