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‘Eli Roth’s History of Horror’: Episode Seven: “Ghost Stories” Review

Since October, Eli Roth and company have been regaling horror fans with reflections on popular horror films. Last Sunday, November 18, marked the last...

Moonlighter Review

Mixing and matching separate genres into one game is not a new concept. Many developers have tried, some have succeeded in creating a balanced and, most importantly, fun game experience by blending at times wildly different playstyles. Digital Sun's Moonlighter combines action RPG elements with management simulation aspects, but is Moonlighter more than the sum of its parts or should they have been sold separately?

Life is Strange Comic Review (Issue #1)

Partners in crime (and time), Chloe Price and Max Caulfield, return to the scene in Titan's first issue of the Life is Strange comic series.

‘Eli Roth’s History of Horror’: Episode Six: “Vampires” Review

Dangerous, compelling, sometimes sparkly: vampires are a huge piece of horror and general pop culture. They were a natural choice for the second-to-last Eli Roth's History of Horror episode.

NBA 2K19 Review

NBA 2K19 is the latest entry into 'THE' Basketball franchise available to gamers on the market. With stiff opposition from NBA Live 19 this year, can the big dog keep its crown?

SNK 40th Anniversary Collection (Switch) Review

As a 90's kid, I have a fondness and a love for 16-bit gaming, and 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of one the juggernauts...

Hiding Spot Review

We’ve all been there. Haven’t we? We’ve all felt that need to hunker down and hide from the world. Lord only knows why this is just about the sanest and rational thing a grown human feels compelled to do when coping with a hard day at work, a fight with a loved one, or just an all-around garbage fire of a day. It’s a strange sort of a feeling; a need to conceal oneself out of reach from the rest of the world, and amazingly Hiding Spot captures that feeling impeccably — if not a little pointlessly — as you manipulate a rooms furniture to form a protective cocoon around yourself.

The Fall of Gondolin Review

Many people find it surprising when I tell them that new works from J.R.R. Tolkien are still being published, considering the man himself died all the way back in 1973. I say new works, but much of the contents of The Fall of Gondolin, released earlier this year, have already been published.

Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun Review

Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun is the latest in the Taiko Drum Master series and the first of its kind to land on...

Full Metal Furies (NS) Review

The Nintendo Switch is no stranger to 2D Brawlers and retro styled beat 'em ups, what does Full Metal Furies do to stand out...

Diablo 3 Eternal Collection Review

Diablo 3 has received numerous ports and expansions throughout its 6+ year life cycle. Each update and re-release has breathed new life into the aging title and reinvigorated the experience for veterans, as well as newcomers to the series. However, the Diablo 3: Eternal Collection for Switch is by far the most refined, and arguably, the best way to experience this incredible title, especially if you've not played it before.

Warriors Orochi 4 Review

Koei Tecmo's Warriors franchise began with the arrival of 1997's Dynasty Warriors. Since then, the Warriors banner has grown to include two historically inspired hack-and-slash series, several crossover tie-ins (including franchises like One Piece and Fire Emblem) and even a live-action film.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Review

Red Dead Redemption 2 isn’t the game I was expecting, it’s also not the kind of game that I anticipated Rockstar Games to make...

Pilot Sports Review

There are many decisions made throughout a person's life. Some good and some bad. We have all made a decision which has benefited and one which has ended with dire consequence. Pilot Sports on the Nintendo Switch is what I would class as a bad decision, production wise, development wise and play wise. Now sadly, I can't pad out my word count for this by just typing the word "shit" another nine-hundred or so times, and to be fair, it still wouldn't do justice just to how awful this experience was.

Call of Cthulhu Review

Call of Cthulhu suffers from the same afflictions and shortcomings as its cousins. Based on the massively popular World of Darkness RPG system applied to H.P....

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