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Insurgency Sandstorm Review

For me, Insurgency Sandstorm is my introduction to the shooter series from New World Interactive and before diving headfirst into the game I wasn't...
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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Founders Edition Review

It's no secret that we at n3rdabl3 are beyond excited about NVIDIA's RTX features so when given a chance to review a shiny new...

Review: Valkyria Revolution – Change Isn’t Always Good

Before we get started I just want to say I tried. I wanted to enjoy Valkyria Revolution, honestly I did. It's predecessor Valkyria Chronicles...

‘Aquaman’ Review

People have been telling me for years that an Aquaman movie could never happen. But when even Antman got his own movie,...
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Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City Review – Fittingly Melancholic

With the release of this last DLC to what is allegedly the last installment of the Dark Souls franchise, The Ringed City is for many players, the final plunge into this world of Undead. With naturally staggeringly high expectations, and innumerable questions left to be answered, The Ringed City somehow manages to give seven years of gameplay and storytelling a fitting conclusion.

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...

Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Review

On November 16, we got two new Pokémon games--not mainstream games, but two that are remakes of the Gen 1 games, aimed primarily at Pokémon...
Hairy Tales

Hairy Tales Review

One thing I find quite often with puzzle games is that finding the solution is quite linear. There's one exact way to complete this...

Wreckfest Review

Wreckfest has been in Early Access almost since Early Access became a thing. It was Bugbear Entertainment's triumphant return to the racing game genre with a game which hoped to reignite the love for games like FlatOut - of which they created, and  Psygnosis' Destruction Derby franchise.

Quadropolis Review: City Building fun from Days of Wonder

Say hello to Quadropolis, the latest table top game to be released by Days of Wonder. Known for making games of a high quality, the release of Quadropolis comes with the hope of continuing that trend. Putting you in the shoes of the mayor of a city it is your job to build the ideal city with the best strategy. You'll need to outmatch your opponents as you send your architects out to build the best buildings and earn yourself the most victory points.
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iO Review – Getting Balls Deep

iO is beautiful and infuriating in its simplicity. A colourful little physics based platformer where the player controls a ball that can shrink and grow to overcome obstacles and puzzles. It's simple, get the ball from A to B, don't touch red, yellow moves if you touch it, blue moves on it's own. Green is the goal. White is floor, we like the floor.

Diablo 3: Rise of the Necromancer Review

One Christmas, I was pratting about on World of Warcraft wondering what I was doing with my life. I knew there was no future...

Octahedron (NS) Review

Octahedron is hands down one of the hardest, yet most rewarding platformers you will probably ever play. Its simplistic concept might make you feel...
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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...

Bus Simulator 2016 Review – Nobody Said I Had to do...

There seems to be a simulation game for pretty much everything nowadays, American Truck Simulator, Job Simulator, Farming Simulator, and even Bus Simulator, the latter of which we're taking a look at today. But can Bus Simulator 2016, the debut sim from Son or Nor developer StayAlive Games, really stand out in an already bustling simulator genre?

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