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MXGP Pro Review

MXGP Pro is the latest motocross game from Milestone which is set to have players thrashing through dirt, soaring through jumps, and becoming the ultimate MXGP champion, however, the game falls flatter than a punctured tire.

Fallout 76 Review

Fallout 76. The multiplayer Fallout game we all asked for. Except we didn't. Let's see if Bethesda's gamble has paid off.
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Neo ATLAS 1469 Review

First released in 2016 for the Playstation Vita, Neo ATLAS 1469 (developed by ARTDINK) has been ported across to PC and is now available on the ever illustrious Steam. It's a curious title; a blend of simulation, strategy and visual novel in which you manage a Portuguese Trading Company through the tumultuous waters of 15th Century Europe.

Crimson Keep Review

Although it's been around for decades, and was often the foundation upon which old '80s and '90s games were built, the die-and-try-again system of...

Dungeons and Aliens Review

Would you believe that I was actually excited to play a game from Kool2Play? I genuinely was this time around. Dungeons and Aliens claims to...
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Assassin’s Creed Movie Review – It Takes a Leap of Faith…

Game to movie adaptations never go well. NEVER. There's one huge and fundamental flaw in the plan. Story based games tend to have about eight hours of content. Movies tend to be about two hours long. I'm no expert but I can see a discrepancy here. Game to movie adaptations can't fit the content, so they come across as rushed and painfully compressed. They try to maintain the same level of depth and integrity and it NEVER works. Assassin's Creed is certainly no exception.

GODS Remastered Review

Remasters are all the rage nowadays. There has been a host of memorable games getting polished up like a nostalgia filled hard...
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Armikrog Review – Crash Landing

Ever since I first set eyes on Wallace & Gromit: A Grand Day Out, I've fallen in love with claymation and stop-motion animation. There's just...

Nice Slice Review

This isn't my first run in with Kool2Play (and I doubt my last). Our last encounter had me wishing furious bees upon them after...
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Double Cross Review

Action platformers are on the rise and have been for some time. Due to this, it is becoming increasingly difficult for new titles looking...

Reign of the Supermen Review

Warner Bros. Invited us along to a special double feature screening of Death of Superman followed by the new Reign of the Supermen, something...
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The Crew: Wild Run Review – Keep on Running…

In our initial review of The Crew, we didn't rate the game that positive. While the game had great ambition and had everything in place to be something pretty awesome, the gameplay just fell incredibly flat on its face. So with the announcement of The Crew: Wild Run, we had hopes Ubisoft had added something worthwhile into the game. Unfortunately, that isn't the case.

Micro Machines World Series Review – Home Alone

Micro Machines World Series seems to be joining new wave of nostalgic video games entering the scene at the moment. With the release of...

Conan Exiles Review

After the massive success of Minecraft, survival games have been released in drips and drabs for years. Always launching in early access, almost always...
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Moto Racer 4 Review: Motorbike a No No

Racing games are a genre that at times feel like they have nothing to show but then come back around for another pass with...

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