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The Haunting of Hill House Series Review

Horror has no doubt become an over-saturated genre, especially around the Halloween time of year. Over the last few years, horror has tried to...

Antihero Review (PC) – Alright Guvnor!

Antihero is a turn-based digital board game developed by just one man, Tim Conkling. Set in a gas-lit Victorian underworld, you're tasked with becoming a...
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Strike Suit Zero, a misrepresentation of space combat.

Dull. It’s a word that not only lacks emotion and any real sense of relatability but also is able to capture my whole experience with Strike Suit Zero. Of course only if a one word review is what you enjoy. That said, I have to ask myself what went wrong? during the development of this space-combat game and if you find yourself intrigued then I would urge you to read on..
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Comic Review: Justice League/Power Rangers #1

DC's finest clash with the Teenagers with Attitude in an adventure which crosses another two mega franchises together, yes it's Justice League/Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1. It's your standard set up for a comic book crossover, two universes collide, you get peanut butter mixed with chocolate as things mesh together.
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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...

Total War: Thrones of Britannia Review

The Total War formula is one that has been successful for nearly twenty years; ever since the release of Shogun: Total War, Creative Assembly...

Death Note (2017) Review – Just Don’t

It's common place today that we are rarely treated to an accurate reimagining of an anime to live action film. Death Note is not that film.

Diction Review

There’s an abundance of word games in the mobile gaming market, some that keep you entertained, others that don’t, and this game stood out from the crowd flailing its arms.

8-Bit Hordes Review

I may not have gotten my first computer until about 2005, but I'd been playing real-time strategy games for almost a decade beforehand. Whilst...
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Pet Sematary Review

Firstly, let's make it known that I've not read the source material this is based on, nor have I seen the original film so...

Zombie Army Trilogy Review: We don’t need a Stretcher. We Need...

If you've been hoping for a game which simply lines up bunches of targets for you to pop off in quick succession using a range of classic sniper rifles, then Zombie Army Trilogy is for you. Fans of the Sniper Elite series know the joy obtained from lining up a perfect shot and finding it hit the right spot. Zombie Army Trilogy caters to that.. fetish.. and lines up several of these perfect shots in the form of shuffling undead. And I absolutely love it.
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Deponia (NS) Review

Deponia is the first in a series of four games that were initially produced in Germany for the PC and has since rightfully earned...

OSM: Old School Musical Review

When you start Old School Musical for the first time you are thrown straight into the bleak but amusing multi-dimension jumping narrative.

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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Warhammer 40k: Inquisitor – Martyr (PS4) RE:Port

Warhammer 40k: Inquisitor - Martyr has finally made its way onto PS4 and Xbox One after releasing on PC in June. You can read Alan's full review of the game here, while this will be more focused on the changes from PC to console and the impacts they have on the game overall.

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