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Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Review (PS4)

After releasing on PS Vita back in 2014, Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls makes its way to PlayStation 4. While the jump from...
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Nongunz Review: A Mystery Wrapped in an Enigma

Nongünz opens with nary a word, and nary an option present. A cold open into a world of uncomfortable near-silence and incomprehensible visuals, Nongünz wastes...
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The Golf Club 2 Review – It’s a Birdie

The Golf Club 2 is the sequel to HB Studios debut golfing simulator, The Golf Club, and promises to offer better visuals thanks to shifting the game over to Unity 5, a better player creator, course editor, and of course a stronger focus on player ran Golf Clubs themselves. But does The Golf Club 2 improve the game's handicap at all?

Dell Vostro 14 5000 Series (5468) Review

I have a love/hate relationship with Windows laptops. All of the ones I've experienced have ran perfectly fine for around 6-12 months, and then...

Romance of the Three Kingdoms 13 Review

Romance of the Three Kingdoms 13 is a Japanese strategy game by Koei Tecmo Games, that blends history and fantasy seamlessly together. While it...

First Strike Final Hour Review

The world has gone to shit and every country is getting armed and ready for something sinister. But where do you focus? Defences, research,...

In This Corner of the World Review

I would love to say In This Corner of the World is a heartwarming movie that leaves you uplifted and cheerful. I really would....

Farming Simulator 18 Review

Every other year (usually years which have an even number) Focus Home Interactive and Giants Software release a handheld version of their popular farming game, Farming Simulator. Farming Simulator 18 is the latest in that series which brings the title back to Nintendo 3DS and PS Vita following a short stint on mobile. But how does it improve over the 2013 release?

A Room Beyond Review

A Room Beyond is a classic point and click adventure inspired by old school Lovecraftian horror themes. Your protagonist wakes in a cave at the beginning of the game. Initially tasked only to explore the island you’ve woken up on, you eventually discover the mystery of the Fog Wanderer.

ARMS Review – Gloves Off and Hands On

I tried coming up with a decent arm-related pun but they weren't all that humerus. I was going to try stretching this out and...

God Wars Future Past Review (PSVita) – Back to the Good...

While turn-based RPGs have undoubtedly come a long way since their inception, there's a lot to be said for the classic iterations of the...

Get Even Review – A Clunky, Yet Enjoyable Psychological Thriller

While the controls are reminiscent of a 2000's FPS, the story and depth of this game outweigh it's clunky controls. Get Even has it's missteps,...

X-Men Blue #5 Review – Mysterious Marauders

X-Men Blue marches steadily on and the plot thickens with every twist and turn! X-Blue (my snazzy new name for it) #4 left us...

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

A couple months ago we were invited along to preview 20 minutes of teaser footage for the upcoming Transformers - The Last Knight and...

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