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Nioh Review – Superior Nippon Steel

Shortly upon exiting your damp, decrepit cell in London Tower, you find yourself face-to-face with a patrolling guard and his trusty longsword. In many...

All the Delicate Duplicates Review – Again and Again and Again

I first witnessed the trippy story-driven game, All the Delicate Duplicates, at EGX last year, however at that point I didn't quite understand what was going on. Now I've managed to get up close and personal with the game, can I make head nor tail of this bizarre adventure?

For Honor Review – It’s Not What it Seems

When For Honor was first unveiled at the end of E3 2015, many of us thought that Ubisoft were trying their hand at their own Chivalry-style game, however since the game's Closed Beta earlier this month we quickly realised that there's much more to For Honor than just swinging a sword or an axe around.

Nights of Azure Review

Ladies and gentlemen, the Surprise PC Port lightning bolt has struck once more. Studio GUST made their debut on Steam recently with ports of...

Halo Wars 2 Review – Back in the Trenches

Halo Wars is heralded as a pioneer in bringing Real-Time Strategy games to the console platforms. It got some undeserved but expected flak considering it was trying something new and understandably didn't have all the kinks worked out.

iO Review – Getting Balls Deep

iO is beautiful and infuriating in its simplicity. A colourful little physics based platformer where the player controls a ball that can shrink and grow to overcome obstacles and puzzles. It's simple, get the ball from A to B, don't touch red, yellow moves if you touch it, blue moves on it's own. Green is the goal. White is floor, we like the floor.

Sniper Elite 4 Review – Watching, Waiting, Commiserating

Sniper Elite 4 is the latest instalment into the series whisking players off to Italy to fight along side the resistance and take down the Nazi regime. It's a tried and tested formula that's worked for three games so far, but does the fourth instalment keep us on our toes, or is it the same mundane gore-fest we've seen before?

Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Review

As a long time fan of Kingdom Hearts it's exciting to be able to sit down with the latest HD collection release as we await Kingdom Hearts 3. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue looks to give us a glimpse into the future of the series as well as more of the series on the PlayStation 4 for the first time. The question to be answered though is if this package is worth your time and if it will really help to fill the gap until Kingdom Hearts 3.
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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 – Road to Boruto DLC...

The next generation of Naruto is making its way across the pond. Though are we getting a little teaser just to see if anyone cares?
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A Normal Lost Phone Review

A Normal Lost Phone is a simple little game where you find an unlocked phone. The idea is that you uncover the truth of the background of the person carrying the phone and how it came to be lost.
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Diluvion Review – Unda Da Sea

There's nothing more therapeutic than slowly meandering through the deep sea in search of forgotten treasures, that is until you're caught tits-deep in a minefield trying to desperately fend off a pirate that wants nothing more than to plunder your booty. This, my friends, is Diluvion in a nutshell.
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Tales of Berseria Review – Darkness At It’s Lowest

The Tales series of games is long running and its latest entry, Tales of Berseria, pitches itself as being a step forward for the series with a much darker tone.
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Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Review

The Resident Evil series has gone through plenty of changes as it’s grown throughout the years, it almost seems to have evolved with the home console since the first entry came way back in 1996. The past few entries in the series have each tried something new with varying effect, Capcom have been lambasted for getting further and further away from what made the original so good: the horror. The last release in the series took flack for it being too fractured, too unfocused, relying too much on explosive set piece tomfoolery. I guess what I'm try to say is that it just wasn't scary.
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Galactic Junk League Preview – Scrapyard Crafting Clash

There is an exuberant freedom in designing your own weapon of doom. Yeah, go ahead and pop three missile launchers on top. That's totally...

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