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Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Review

The Nintendo Switch is a great little device that lets you play some pretty fantastic games on the go and in front...
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Hell Yeah! Pocket Inferno for iOS Review

Sega has ported its unique platformer Hell Yeah to iOS, turning the title from Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit to Hell Yeah! Pocket Inferno, unfortunately the transition hasn't been kind to the side scrolling adventure...

Kill Them All Review – One Ridiculous, Nonsensical Ride

Unsure of what to expect, I went into this with no expectations of what I would find. To be honest, I'm still not sure...
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Watch Dogs 2 Review – What a Hack

Although I'm an impartial observer of the Watch Dogs series, I was assured that the sequel to Ubisoft's 2014 "hacktion" game didn't require any prior knowledge of the last game. So with no idea what exactly to expect I took a nose dive right into the hipster-populated world of Watch Dogs 2's San Francisco to stir up some trouble with nothing more than a laptop.

High Hell Review

High Hell is a mostly fast paced action shooter where it's your job to take down Pitchcorp, a big corporation filled with evil demons. It's just you, your gun and a bunch of baddies. It sounds perfect for me but it may not be all it's cracked up to be.

The Inner Friend Review

I played the entirety of The Inner Friend twice, from beginning to end, believing that the game deserved a thorough exploration before drawing any conclusions on its story. After all, The Inner Friend is very much so a “story” game, a fact it asserts in everything from it’s official marketing to the very ways in which the gameplay is designed.

Override: Mech City Brawl Review

Override: Mech City Brawl is a chance for adults to live out their childhood playground fantasies of fighting inside a giant robot. While this...

Cloud Chasers – a Journey of Hope Review

I'm a big fan of a good rogue-like. Starting over but making little bits of progress every time is a fun concept to me,...
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Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice Review – Gotta Go Slow

Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice is not a game I thought I would find myself playing. That said it almost did not seem like I was playing anything related to Sonic. Developed by Sanzaru Games, Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice is the latest entry in the Sonic franchise on the Nintendo 3DS. Being the latest in the Sonic Boom series the game follows up from Rise of Lyric and Shattered Crystal games along with the television series of the same name. Not knowing much of the Sonic Boom series but familiar with the Sonic franchise, I jumped into Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice with an open mind but very quickly I became regretful of what I was playing.

Life is Strange 2 – Episode 2 Review

Following on from the first episode, I expected more from Life is Strange 2 - Episode 2, titled "Rules". With Daniel's powers being out in...

Skyscraper Review

Skyscraper is the latest movie to star Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and has him single-handedly save his family from a tower full of terrorists,...
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The Technomancer Review – Mars has Never Looked so Bland

The Technomancer, Spiders' follow-up to Mars: War Logs, aims to cast a dreary Mars setting where the player becomes a part of one of the more powerful folk from the colonised planet: a Technomancer during a time where the War for Water is in full swing. But is this game drenched with surprising twists and turns, or is it a bi

Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics Review

When you hear H.P. Lovecraft you think hellscapes and beasts too grotesque and disturbed than humanly possible to imagine. You won't be getting this with...

Tokyo School Life Review

Tokyo School Life is a cringy visual novel that allows you to experience a summer crush story through the eyes of a late teenaged...

No70: Eye of Basir Review (PC)

No70: Eye of Basir starts off on the right foot. Great visuals and a genuinely foreboding atmosphere drench this tale of a world-ending artefact...

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