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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...

Forgotton Anne Review

Hearkening back to the Anime classics of old, Forgotton Anne slides in out of nowhere, aiming to draw you in with Studio Ghibli-esque charm. Will it...

TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge Review

TT Isle of Man brings the thrill of road racing to your living room, with all 37.73 Miles of the legendary Snaefell Mountain course replicated...

Juicy Realm Review

When I was asked to look at Juicy Realm, a game based around kicking the piss out of cutesy fruit in a roguelike style, I obviously jumped at the chance. An opportunity I'm not so sure I should've leapt at.

Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire Review

The long-awaited sequel to Pillars of Eternity is here and I'm happy to say that Obsidian have absolutely outdone themselves. Pillars of Eternity 2:...
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South Park: Fractured But Whole (Nintendo Switch) Review

South Park: Fractured But Whole has farted its way onto Nintendo Switch. The question is, has it retained all its charm and glory? Short answer? Yes. Yes, it does. Of course, it’s much the same game just with different controls and the fact you can play it on the move.

The Swords of Ditto Review

There's something about a child's imagination that's just magical and it's something that has been explored throughout pop culture. Take Rugrats for example, sure, it's a kids cartoon but it also takes the idea of imagination and turns it up to 10. Tommy and the gang end up on these huge adventures, when really they're just trying to conquer the sofa. It's this same magic of imagination that The Swords of Ditto puts across in its charming visuals which have me wondering when the TV show is set to air.

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Review

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, the most recent release in the Yakuza series to come to the West, is a Japanese mobster/life simulator/holy...

Pure Farming 2018 Review

Pure Farming 2018 seems to be blooming at the perfect time, as the farming simulation genre isn't exactly overcrowded. With Farming Simulator ploughing the way and introducing more people to this relaxed yet fulfilling style of gameplay, Pure Farming 2018 has jammed a V8 engine into their combine harvester and have come out of the barn gates swinging.

God of War Review

To say that God of War is an achievement would be an egregious understatement. God of War is a remarkable feat that sets the...

Attack on Titan 2 Review

Mindless, titanic monstrosities wandering the globe, gleefully consuming screaming paupers on an endless quest to pick the world clean. But enough about the modern...

Extinction Review

Extinction is what would happen if you took Shadow of the Colossus and gave it Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker's colour palette. So you're thinking "Two great...

Masters of Anima Review

Masters of Anima is an action RPG with a hint of strategy and a sprinkle of RTS sensibilities. It's the third game from Passtech...


OCTAHEDRON is brought to us by Demimonde through the Square Enix's indie publishing branch, The Collective. For a first game, OCTAHEDRON is utterly fantastic. I...

Kirby Star Allies Review – Getting The Band Back Together

Kirby Star Allies is the latest in a long line of Kirby games, developed by the now legendary HAL Laboratory. We seem to get...

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