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Penny Dreadful: The Awakening #2.2 Review – Werewolves and Mummies and...

*WARNING* potential spoilers for those that have not read the first issue! Penny Dreadful #2 is a great step in the right direction. Using the...
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Assassin’s Creed III – My First Impressions.

  It's the best thing I've ever played. That is all. Just kidding it's time for my thoughts on, in my opinion this years must have...
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Mac OS X Mavericks Review

Apple have done away with their animal named operating system for Mac OS X version 10.9, opting instead for the sleek sounding 'Mavericks', which by definition means unorthodox. With this in mind the name is slightly misleading, as the OS sticks to the blueprint set out by Apple in their OS X vision, it is very much a slight improvement upon previous iterations rather than a huge reimagining, which means it falls in line with most OS X updates...

Tokyo School Life Review

Tokyo School Life is a cringy visual novel that allows you to experience a summer crush story through the eyes of a late teenaged...
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Proteus (PS3) Review

Proteus was originally released for the PC early this year and has now come to PlayStation 3 and Vita. First off I wouldn't exactly call this a game but more of an experience, but that doesn't stop the fact that this is a great experience, but that you must see it to believe it.
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Steamworld Dig – Wii U review

Steamworld Dig is by no means unique at its core. The gameplay is straight out of Motherlode, with a Super Metroid twist. As long...
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Hitman 2 Review

Hitman 2. The sequel to the reboot of the reboot. It's a weird world where you can have two games named Hitman and two games...
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The Jackbox Party Pack 3 Review – Fakin’ it ’till you...

Ever since the second Jackbox Party Pack, we've been huge fans of Jackbox Games. They've managed to create a series of games which are accessible by almost anyone, provided you have access to the Jackbox.tv website, and are so insanely fun to play. With the likes of Fibbage, Bidiots, and Quiplash in the second pack, we were unsure how exactly they could top it, but somehow they've managed with The Jackbox Party Pack 3.
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Attack on Titan – Episode 26 Review: Beast Titan

Have you ever felt that strange feeling? The odd vibe of being away from somewhere familiar for a very long time, only for it...
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Little Empire game for iOS & Android

I'm going to start by saying, what a great little game!  I work nights and due to my work I have a fair bit...

FIFA 18 Review

I don’t envy the creatives at EA Sports. Each year they have to come up with some new tag line and a new hook...

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth Review

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth is Atlus' latest entry into the dungeon crawling and cartography simulation series but does it stack up to the rest?
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Nonstop Knight Review – He Really Never Stops…

When I was approached to see if I'd be interested in taking a look at a new little mobile game from ex-Rovio devs Flare Games, and immediately shown the first couple of minutes of gameplay, I was hooked. Nonstop Knight is, at its core, a dungeon crawler, but it's not as intense as you think. In fact, it's found the perfect balance between time-management idle game and dungeon crawling, and it's oddly compelling.
A Game of Thrones: The Card Game

A Game of Thrones: The Card Game Review – Worth Every...

Fantasy Flight Games are known for making some seriously good tabletop games and when I caught wind of A Game of Thrones: The Card Game (second edition) I couldn't wait to jump right in. As a deck building game based on the popular series by George R.R Martin, A Game of Thrones: The Card Game comes ready to play almost straight out of the box. Offering up to four players a chance to experience the world and rules of A Game of Thrones, first hand. A fighting for dominance which can become more fun than you would expect. With such nostalgic value on top of what would be expected as a solid table top game, does A Game of Thrones: The Card Game claim a seat on the iron throne?

Catastronauts Review

There's a lot that goes into a name. It's often the first chance a content creator has to hook an audience. Most AAA, blockbuster...

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