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Everspace Review

ROCKFISH Games is comprised of a team that for the most part has been together for ten plus years primarily on mobile titles, Everspace is their first venture into the PC and Console territory. The single-player rogue-like space shooter looks to cement the developers place in the market and perhaps provide a great first impression. But is it all space […]

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Insurgency: Sandstorm Review

New World Interactive hit the scene in terms of developing games in 2014 with Insurgency, a multiplayer tactical based first-person shooter, it was received with generally good reviews and caters to the more hardcore of players that thrive on difficult, no nonsense gameplay. Sandstorm seeks to replicate the formula and deliver the same tough fast-paced action as before but hopefully […]

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Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek Review

tinyBuild has done a great job in building its portfolio over the past five years with many titles being well received such as Mr. Shifty, The Final Station and Party Hard 2. There are other games however that haven’t exactly shone bright. Hello Neighbor released last year for the first time yet before that is when it received most of […]

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Battlefield V Review

Battlefield can often be referred to as the rival of Call of Duty, or at least that’s how many gamers see it, you’re either a Call of Duty player, or a Battlefield player etc. I love both series dearly and oppose the idea that they are in direct competition, in the shooter space sure, but they are both a different […]

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Fallout 76 Review

Fallout is one of the most anticipated and beloved franchises over the past decade and serves as one of the major staples in Bethesda’s offerings to us, the gamer. It comes as no surprise still however that the announcement of Fallout 76 was met with mixed responses, an always online, multiplayer game strays from the typical experience we have usually […]

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Hitman 2 Review

Hitman is one of the most recognisable franchises in gaming today and has transcended the entertainment medium by jumping over into the movie world. It’s no surprise that another title in the series was on the way thanks to the success IO Interactive saw with the 2016 game. Since then, IO have parted with Square Enix and managed to keep […]

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Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded Review

Touhou Project has not always had the opportunity to show its best face in the west. The bullet hell shoot-’em-up line that established the series’ characters and world is fantastic, but obscure. The titles that get the most attention and exposure are localized doujin games belonging to different genres. This means people are plopped into sub-par titles, like Touhou Kobuto V, or […]

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The Banner Saga Review

The Banner Saga first released in early 2014 for Windows and Mobile, the fantasy tactical RPG that fast became a cult hit amongst gamers. Stoic Studio and Versus Evil have since brought it to consoles and much recently released it on the Nintendo Switch, so more can play and witness what The Banner Saga has to offer. Shall we call […]

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Far Cry 5 Review

So here we are with another iteration to the Far Cry franchise but this time with a twist from it’s original exotic far away places, Far cry 5 is the same experience you come to expect from the franchise only this time it has a twist, that twist is its set in a local that is far more relatable.

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The Spectrum Retreat Review

The Spectrum Retreat is a captivating narrative-driven puzzler developed by Dan Smith Studios. This challenging, first-person game is set in the near future, your job is to manipulate your way to the truth. It opens with you being woken up by a courtesy call at your door. Once you answer it you’ll be greeted by a slenderman-ish robot servant reminding you […]

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LEGO The Incredibles Review

As LEGO games have proved in the past they are the perfect palette cleanser between those big releases, that offer something different in terms of aesthetics, gameplay mechanics and are packed with fun moments. The Incredibles or even Disney and Pixar may just be one the most ideal names and brands out there to put with this type of game. […]

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The Crew 2 Review

2018 for me has shown a resurgence in the driving/racing genre with games such as Burnout Paradise Remastered, ONRUSH and Gravel. Ubisoft takes to the stage with The Crew 2, the sequel to its online only racing game of 2014. The original game received mixed reviews with criticisms pointing towards the always online approach and micro-transactions. Praise however was directed […]

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Hereditary (2018) Review

Hereditary is the debut feature film of director Ari Aster and what a debut it is. This is a great slow burn horror about a grieving family, dealing with the loss of their grandmother and the series of unusual or creepy events that unfolds, building to a superb climax that is scary, tense and fascinating. This isn’t your typical supernatural […]

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Oh…Sir! The Hollwood Roast Review

If you want to hit the big time, then you better be able to take a knock, and the movie industry is a verbal battlefield or so I’ve heard. Someone’s always looking to to take you down a peg or two – fans, critics and friends alike. Oh…Sir! The Hollwood Roast is the second in the series and sadly it’s […]

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Downward Spiral: Horus Station Review

Downward Spiral: Horus Station is an indie first person shooter/puzzle game (with vr support) by developer and publisher 3rd Eye Studios. It’s their first major title to be published, so lets see how the game scores shall we? Once in, the game will allow you to choose between two modes, engage or explore. They only have one difference, whether or not […]