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Yakuza 0 Review

As the Yakuza master of n3rdabl3, it's only natural that Yakuza 0's PC port would fall to me. How does it hold up compared to the newer (console) release of Yakuza 6? Let's dive in and find out.

POLYGOD Review (NS)

Who am I? How did I get here? How do I work this? What is an enemy? What is a friend? Where am I going? Where does it end? Is there a place in the world for a surrealist, first person rogue-like shooter? These questions will stalk your metaphysical quest that is POLYGOD. Nothing is easy in a nightmare. But is it worth it?

Russian Subway Dogs Review

Russian Subway Dogs is an interesting little title in that it's incredibly simple but also fairly challenging. The game has players taking control of...

The Spectrum Retreat Review

Dan Smith is the one-man band behind The Spectrum Retreat, a Sci-Fi Puzzle Adventure title that won him the Young Game Maker Award in 2016 from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Dan started the project at the age of 15 and finished the game this year after a 5-year development cycle. So how does the finished product stand up?
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Graveyard Keeper Review

For those of you with a love of inventory, a passion for crafting, a yearning for gathering, and an enthusiasm for management simulators, your next fix may have just arrived. Graveyard Keeper has it all, along with a healthy body count...

All Walls Must Fall Review

All Walls Must Fall is a Tech-Noir Tactics game which sounds pretty freaking sweet. You hear a combination of words like that and you think Shadowrun, Frozen Synapse, and Invisible Inc., all incredibly good games operating around a similar theme but each with a unique style. With such highly regarded titles to live up to, the question is, does it?

Circle Empires Review

I'm not the worlds biggest RTS fan, not by a long shot. I've always been the type to load into a custom campaign, play for a few hours, get bored of gathering and maintaining resources and saying "fuck it, it's cheat time". Then everything devolves into a clusterfuck of typing in codes until I generate a massive army and decimate the entire map. Circle Empires doesn't allow me to do that. Is that a reason for me to dislike the game? I guess you're gonna have to read on and find out.

We Happy Few Review

We Happy Few is the product of Montreal Indie studio Compulsion Games, who first gave us a sneak peak of the project a few...

Crossing Souls Review (NS)

There's been an influx of 80's inspired media recently and it seems to have been ushered in by the massive Netflix hit, Stranger Things. While it's always a great idea to try and look forward with media, sometimes it's nice to have a few nostalgic tugs on your heart strings to show you that gaming doesn't have to be all glitz and glamour. Sometimes it can invoke feelings of memories long since past. While that may not be the core aim of Crossing Souls, it certainly does it well.

Angels of Death (NS) Review

Angels of Death is a horror adventure game, driven by its haunting narrative. Originally released in Japanese as freeware in late 2016 using the...

NERF Laser Ops Pro Alpha Point Blaster Review

It's not every day you get handed a pair of NERF Laser Ops Pro Alpha Point blasters with the instructions "Go nuts." but when...

Insane Robots Review

Insane Robots is probably the most fun I've had playing a game of its type in a very long time. It would be wrong to call it a deck based card battler but not wholly untrue. I admit that makes no sense but hopefully over the course of the next 1,000-ish words I'll be able to explain myself and send you racing to download a copy and start smashing some deranged droids yourself.

Dead Cells Review

Dead Cells first appeared on Steam back in early 2017. The game we saw then was but a taste of what the full version...

Defiance 2050 Review

What can I say about Defiance 2050? It's a free-to-play title that's essentially a "remastered" version of the original MMO, Defiance. The original title was okay and the only real redeeming factor was the tie-in TV show on Sci-Fi in which the show's events were reflected in the game.

Train Sim World Review

At least once in our lives, we've become victim to the trials and tribulations of public transport. One of the worst methods of said...

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