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mother! Review

Where do you start? Well, let's get it out of the way, mother! is exceptional and a true breath of fresh air. Frankly I...
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Forza Horizon 3 Review – Do It Your Way

Though I wouldn't call myself a petrol head, I do enjoy cars. I like the way cars look and sound, and I love racing games. Probably the funniest part about my love for vehicles is that I don't actually hold a full driving license... That being said, that didn't stop me from rolling up on Byron Beach in the latest Lamborghini with the power to build my own Horizon festival.

The Haunting of Hill House Series Review

Horror has no doubt become an over-saturated genre, especially around the Halloween time of year. Over the last few years, horror has tried to...
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Overcooked Review: Too Many Cooks make for Hilarious Results

Cooking sims, I've played my fair share of them throughout the years, from Cooking Mama, to mobile games, they're simple games which require you to put bits together to create a meal. However, none of these games are quite as panic inducing and hilarious as Overcooked, Team 17s latest game which puts you and up to three friends in charge of your own kitchen.
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Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Review

The Uncharted series began with a bang back in 2007. A surprise hit by one of Sony's exclusive, first party developers, Drake's Fortune breathed...
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Superhot VR Review (PSVR)

Every now and then a game comes along which completely proves what the system it is on is capable of. For the N64, Mario...

Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Final Season, Episode 1 Review

In Telltale's The Walking Dead, fans have watched Clem grow from an orphaned child needing protecting, to a lone wanderer stumbling from group to group and eventually ending up as a parental figure herself. Over the past few years, Telltale has given us 3 seasons full of intense button mashing, nail-biting choices, and tear-jerking deaths.
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T.I.M.E Stories Review: A Masterpiece

T.I.M.E Stories by Space Cowboys is a game I’ve wanted to get hands on with for sometime now for a good number of reasons....
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Final Fantasy XV Review – It’s About Time

After ten long years Final Fantasy XV has finally released. Ten years is a long time to wait for anything, let alone a game release. First announced back in 2006 as Final Fantasy Versus XIII, the game has been through a long and rocky development process. Now, ten years later, the rebranded Final Fantasy XV is out. With such a long development fans have witnessed the game change over the years through promotional material and more. With a large amount of content on the cutting room floor and around three different versions of the story having been conceived, Final Fantasy XV has been a project that was sometimes feared to never see the light of day. With so much history belonging to the title that is no longer a fantasy how does it hold up. With more hours than any other game this year I think I’m finally able to answer that question.

Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age Review – New and Improved

While some opinions of this twelfth instalment are jaded, Final Fantasy 12 was hands down one of my favourite game growing up. This remaster...

Red Dead Redemption 2 Review

Red Dead Redemption 2 isn’t the game I was expecting, it’s also not the kind of game that I anticipated Rockstar Games to make...
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Gris Review

Gris (pronounced Grease) is a beautifully animated first outing from the new Indie company, Nomada Studio. It's an evocative tale of emotional turmoil that...
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Not a Hero Review: All Hail Bunnylord

Sometimes I like to leave things up to surprises and Roll 7's Not a Hero is one of those things.. Sure, I've written about the game and promoted it's various press releases and the overall concept of the game, but magically I've managed to avoid all aspects of the game's gameplay. I knew it was a cover-based shooter but I had no idea what a cover-based shooter was and how it'll be portrayed in the game's side-scrolling pixelated aspects.
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Mechstermination Force Review

There's something oddly satisfying about playing through a game which is just one giant boss run. Mechstermination Force is a Contra/Cuphead like shoot-em-up where every...

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...

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