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Assassin’s Creed Pirates Review

Ubisofts newest handheld outing comes in the form of Assassin's Creed Pirates which has been out since the 16th December. It allows players to experience the life and times of Alonzo Batilla, a pirate who want to prove himself as one of the most feared on the open seas...

n3rdabl3 Video Review: One Piece: Unlimited World RED

Personally I’m a MASSIVE fan of the One Piece Anime and Video games so this was obviously going to be a pure winner for me from the get go. So I decided to get a little outside help from my friend and fellow n3rdabl3 reviewer Rowan to help broaden my perspective and possibly knock my metaphorical straw hat on the floor.

Taasky. A beautiful and simple task manager app.

If you know me and my habits here on n3rdabl3 you’ll know I love task management apps. Today I would like to bring your attention to Tassky.
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Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition Review, Can Table Top Games Become Good...

I noticed Blood Bowl a little while back and thought that it looked like a good game, I'm not a huge sports fan but it didn't matter because the game looked like it focused more around the opponents beating each other up with weapons. I thought Madden mixed with World of Warcraft maybe? Well it's not..
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Pulstar Review

My screen flashes a quick black and suddenly, Pulstar. I know nothing. I’m excited, those pre­review jitters where you go in blind. It’s a glorious feeling, not knowing anything. No feelings that have been built up before hand. I’m mentally naked, ready to be embraced by the warm glow of a game that I have literally no idea what’s in store.

The Wolf Among Us – Episode 4 “In Sheep’s Clothing” Review

Episode 4 of The Wolf Among Us picks up a little while after the epic climax of Episode 3. Bigby has been seriously wounded by Bloody Mary, the newly introduced right hand woman of the Crooked Man, to which Bigby wakes to Dr Swineheart attempting to remove the silver from Mary’s bullets and a particularly gruesome QTE to set Bigby's broken arm.
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Vine – A New And Really Easy Way To Share Videos

Vine is a brand new, hot off the press app from Vine Labs Inc and is a way of easily shooting and sharing six...

Gods Will Be Watching Review – Stop Watching

Gods Will Be Watching is a game that I was desperately clawing at for the duration I spent with it, trying to love it. It’s a bleak, vicious sci-fi story with all the tropes that I thoroughly enjoy about any sci-fi world. It feels like it’s a place and you only really ever get small glimpses at it in the individual stories, that then link into each other as time progresses.
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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood Review.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is still a fairly new game available on the Xbox One, released December 2013 it is categorised as a 2.5D side scrolling platformer. Simply put though, it's a really fun game...

Rube Works Review

It’s another day and another port of a mobile game is upon us. This time, Rube Works, a puzzle game based around the works of Rube Goldberg and his machines.

OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood Review: Please Sir, Can I Have Some...

OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood is the anticipated sequel to OlliOlli, but does it make our hearts Ollie with joy, or is it more of...

Contactive for Android Helps Identify that Unknown Number.

I'm sure you can probably recall the countless time's you've been called by a number you didn't recognise and just left to ring out assuming it's an unwanted caller or call center trying to sell you double glazing or a new phone contract, only to realise that it's the restaurant you plan to visit calling to confirm your reservation. Annoying right? Well Contactive helps with that problem by identifying who that number belongs to!
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Idol Hands Review

A couple of weeks ago I got the opportunity to get a first look at Idol Hands, the flagship game developed by Pocket Games...

Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails Review

Over a year has passed since the original confirmation of Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails. As one of the first downloadable titles confirmed for the Wii U it's been on the radar of many for the past twelve months. Finally the wait is over and we can take a dive into Dakko Dakko's third title. But has the wait been worthwhile or should it be left in the litter tray?

Qora Review

Qora is a side-scrolling low-res adventure game by Curve Digital that puts narrative and experience high above gameplay, with mixed results. Oh, and it’s...

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