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Farming Simulator 15 Review: Separating Wheat from Chaff

Farming Simulator 15 is the series' first outing on current gen consoles and to celebrate that the game comes with a multiplayer mode that allows you to join friends and strangers on their own farm to work together. There's also the addition of some new tools, tasks, and more to keep you occupied, provided you can progress that far.
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Review | Wacom CTE-430 (Graphire 3)

For years I've wanted a graphics tablet, I'm always trying to draw something, and creating logo's or illustrations in Photoshop is one of my...

Hitman: Sniper Review: Sofa Sniper

Square Enix Montreal are the talent behind the pretty incredible Hitman GO a game which took the tactical gameplay from the larger Hitman series and turned it into a diorama-like boardgame. Hitman: Sniper on the other hand puts players behind the scope of a high-powered rifle perched atop a hillside above a fairly large mansion complex. There are no puzzle elements here, just the good-old aim and shoot mechanic. But how does a shooter such as this translate onto mobile? Does it really work?

Who’s Next? Mortal Kombat X Review

It's been four years since the last Mortal Kombat game and it's been 25 years in the game's story. How much has Mortal Kombat...

Chip’s Challenge 1 and 2 Review

25 years after its original release, classic puzzle adventure game, Chip's Challenge, has been revived from the archives of gaming history and released back...
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Exo-Zombies, Infected Review

In the latest map pack for Call of Duty Advanced Warfare comes the second chapter in the game’s Zombies experience. This particular chapter is titled Infected, and as you can imagine, you’re going to be swarmed by those blasted infected Zombies. With their relatively low heath you’re likely thinking that this particular entry into the four-part series is going to be a doddle, right? Well you’re wrong, this is probably the most difficult Zombies mode in all of Call of Duty history.
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Splatoon Review – Is It Worth Your 40 Squid?

Nintendo took a risk on a new IP with Splatoon, hitting the competitive multiplayer scene with a focus on the younger audience. Did it...
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J-Stars Victory VS+ Review: Jump Battle Royale

Have you ever wanted to have Monkey D. Luffy beat up Naruto Uzumaki only for Chitoge Kiriaki to come slap Luffy in his face just before Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo deals the final hit? Damn-why-not even throw in Son Goku with a Kamehameha just to bring everything to an explosive end. If this sounds like your kind of thing then welcome to the world of J-Stars Victory VS+ and is easily the best way to build your dream Jump team.

Mortal Kombat X (iOS) Review

Mortal Kombat X for iOS is enjoyable, impressive, and free to play Mortal Kombat has been the talk of the town this month with the...
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Dead or Alive 5: Last Round Review

Dead or Alive 5: Last Round is the latest release in the Dead or Alive series and is basically a remake of Dead or...
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iRig 2 Review, Now Strumming Away on Android.. Sort of

For a while now I've been eyeing up IK Multimedia's range of smartphone and tablet compatible hardware that offer affordable audio interfaces, sound controllers, microphones, and more to musicians on the go, or without the budget to pay for thousands of dollars worth of kit for it to only be used once in a blue moon. The only problem is, the majority of their hardware is design to be compatible with apps currently only available on iOS. So when the Android-friendly iRig 2 was announced, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it.

Family Guy The Quest for Stuff Review; What a Frickin’ Bore.

Family Guy The Quest for Stuff had everything going for it on the run up to its release last week. It's a Family Guy game, it's a new time-management game for me to lose my life to, and it was written by the team behind the show. What could go wrong? Well.. everything apparently. Perhaps I got my hopes up too high, or the game is as boring and as terrible as I'm finding it.
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You Are The Night – Batman: Arkham Knight Review

After the issues on the PC version of the game, please note that this review is of the Xbox One version of Arkham Knight...

Attack on Titan Review.

It isn't very often I find enjoyment in fan made games of a certain type of game, show or comic book. They always seem to be poorly made, badly thought out and horrendously copied clones. But such is life another one is made and comes across my path; however, this one is surprisingly well thought out and well made.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 Review

The world of One Piece has always been a bit odd to those who don' t really don't understand the whole idea behind it. That and if your new to Anime. Though I'm still ages behind on the story I'm aware of enough of One Piece to get rather excited about this game. The question is, can One Piece work in game form?

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