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The Inpatient Review

I was a huge fan of Supermassive's game Until Dawn and made sure that all of my friends were giving this game a chance....

Railway Empire Review

Railways have come a hell of a long way since their inception back in the 1800s. Now they're a part of some people's everyday...

I didn’t know what to Expect with Florence, but I’m glad...

For me, Florence, the new game from Mountains - the designer of Monument Valley - largely went unnoticed. I'd heard that there was a new...

Peter Rabbit (2018) Review

Peter Rabbit is one of those books that basically everybody read, or had read to them when they were a child. Undoubtedly seeing trailers for...

Sky Force Reloaded Review

Sky Force Reloaded at first glance is your basic top-down shooter. You fly through levels blasting waves/patterns of enemies, collecting upgrades and dodging incoming...

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia Review

Having had no experience of The Seven Deadly Sins before sitting down to play The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia, here's what I...

Nantucket Review

Nantucket is a new naval adventure IP from Picaresque Studio, where you'll live through the golden age of American whaling, manage your ship and...

Yuri!!! On Ice Limited Edition Box Set Review

Yuri!!! on Ice has been taking the anime world by storm ever since its debut in October 2016. Just a few days ago, both...

The Cloverfield Paradox Review

The Cloverfield Paradox is yet another installment that does it's own thing while also keeping itself vaguely associated with the series.

Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st] Review

Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[st], so that title is a bit of a mouthful right? Hard to swallow and it's also a bit intriguing isn't? Well, don't hold your breath on something exciting, if you do fancy something fun, say the title five times really fast.
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Monster Hunter: World Review

The long awaited return to console for the Monster Hunter series is finally over, and Capcom did not disappoint. While some minor issues, and I mean minor, hold it back from being perfect, Monster Hunter World delivers on practically every front.
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Dragon Ball FighterZ Review

I don't really consider my self a fighting game fan, though I do occasionally dabble in the odd fighting game when I get the chance to. I also haven't really watched a lot of Dragon Ball since the late nineties when Dragon Ball Z was airing on Cartoon Network. However, that hasn't stopped me from diving into the latest series of video games.

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition Review

It's almost commonplace in today's gaming industry to have a full game hit a year after its initial release. With patches, critical fans, and...

Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters Review

Ah Godzilla, since it's inception back in 1954 there have been dozens of films, video games, and even a TV show or two involving...
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Darkest Hour Review

In Darkest Hour the year is 1940 and we open on the House of Commons, the UK’s lower chamber. War has swept western Europe...

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