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The Golf Club 2 Review – It’s a Birdie

The Golf Club 2 is the sequel to HB Studios debut golfing simulator, The Golf Club, and promises to offer better visuals thanks to shifting the game over to Unity 5, a better player creator, course editor, and of course a stronger focus on player ran Golf Clubs themselves. But does The Golf Club 2 improve the game's handicap at all?

Tacoma Review

Picture this. It's the year 2088 and there's a problem on board one of Earth's space stations. You don't know what has happened (to...

Telltale’s Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode 2 The Pact Review

Season two of Telltale’s Batman series continues its good run with a second episode that introduces a plethora of characters and more complex dilemmas...

GUTS Review: A Gutsy First Attempt

GUTS is a fairly unique fighting game where your goal is not to take down the opponent's health bar but to tear them literally...

Monster Energy Supercross Review

Monster Energy Supercross is the official Game of the AMA Supercross championship, an official FIM sanctioned World Championship season, featuring iconic racers such as...

Aggelos Review

Getting itself through the arduous journey of Steam Greenlight, Aggelos is set to tickle your nostalgia bone in ways you wouldn't believe Harkening back to the SNES...

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...

V-Rally 4 Review

V-Rally 4 brings the classic back to life, and onto modern consoles. After the positive step forward Kylotonn and Bigben Interactive made with last...

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has made history this year by not only ditching the single-player campaign (about time) but also jumping on a trend which introduces a completely out of character game mode to the title in the form of Blackout. But is this bare-bones multiplayer-focused Call of Duty the stepping stone for future Call of Duty games?

Forgotton Anne (NS) Review

Between all the high-octane shooting, 90 minute countdown, and tense races it’s nice to just kick back, relax and throw up your feet. Maybe make yourself...
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Nairi: Tower of Shirin Review

Point-and-click adventure games were hugely popular in the eighties and nineties but over the years, as more and more narrative-driven adventures are...

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