Review: Pilot Sports

Pilot Sports is best described as Pilotwings for Playstation (also available on Switch). WHAT. Hold your horses. It’s best described as Pilotwings for Playstation in terms of the sort of game it...

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Review: Maki Stack

Stacking games are becoming ever more common, so coming up with an idea that keeps a game fresh is, I imagine, a pretty tough thing to do. Maki Stack aims to try...

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November’s Free Games Preview

Clocks have gone back, it’s getting dark now so to tide you over… Yakuza Kiwami (PS4) - sprawling (and crazy) combat RPG set in the world of Yakuza, remastered and enhanced for...

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Review: Timeline – Science Museum

Quite some time ago we reviewed Timeline - British History, a card game which has players trying to decide where on an ever-growing timeline one of their event cards fits in. The...

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Quick Review: Overcooked 2: Surf ‘n’ Turf DLC

I love Overcooked 2 so much. The thought of DLC excites me and Surf ‘n’ Turf does not disappoint. After the whole ‘raising the unbread’ business, the Onion King is having a...

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Review: WWE 2K19

The cover athlete for WWE 2K19 is AJ Styles, known affectionately to fans as The Phenomenal One. He is regarded as one of the best in the industry at the moment, as...

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Red Dead Redemption Gets a Launch Trailer

Not excited about Red Dead 2? If not, why not? This open world gunslinger-em-up (it'll catch on) is the latest title from the ever-reliable Rockstar Games, and is shaping up to be...

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Battlefield 5 Single Player Trailer

Yup, unlike other shooters released recently Battlefield 5 has a single player mode still... Discover the untold stories of World War 2 with Battlefield V's single player War Stories. In Nordlys, resist...

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Review: FIFA 19

News of a new FIFA game each year is about as surprising as night following day, your first cup of morning tea going cold or Donald Trump sending a tweet that doesn't...

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Review: Marvel’s Spider-Man

We haven't heard much from Insomniac Games for a while, but while the world was enjoying the latest Ratchet and Clank outing the team were beavering away on something very exciting. A...

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Board Game Review: When in Rome

What if you didn't need a rulebook to play a game? What if you had an AI that was able to teach you how to play, keep track of what needs keeping...

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Review: T.I.M.E Stories: Brotherhood of the Coast

Well now, T.I.M.E Stories just got interesting again. After a few up and down expansions for T.I.M.E Stories, Brotherhood of the Coast arrived and has given the goalposts a hefty kick in...

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Review: Dobble Junior

If you're not familiar with Dobble, then there are two possible options: firstly you could take a look through our previous Dobble reviews (which consist of the time-based Chrono version, and...

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October’s Free Games Preview

Spooky October should have some spooky games. And it... sort of does. Well it has a few. Take a look at what your hard earned subscription fee will be paying for this...

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Board Game Review: My Little Scythe

Unusually for someone who enjoys board games, I never got round to playing Scythe. Despite it being a huge hit the game slipped through my grasp and I had to make do...

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Dirt Rally 2.0 Announced!

Ok well, colour us an excited shade of purple tonight, because Codemasters have announced the follow up to their awesome drive-down-a-dirty-road-em-up (it'll catch on) to be released next year, and we couldn't...

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Review: Slime Rancher

Slime Rancher is one of the rare games these days where you just play ‘for fun’. Sure, all games are fun, but usually underpinned by a competitive element, or challenging environment. Not...

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Review: Potion Explosion & Fifth Ingredient Expansion

I imagine someone, somewhere, has made a Venn diagram showing the number of people who love potions, and those who love explosions. Right in the centre of that diagram would be those...

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Review: Dead Age

Dead Age is a rogue-like turn-based zombie RPG. Ambitious then, and playing it flicks between your emotions of ‘it’s quite good’ to ‘not very good’ - I think depending on how badly...

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