Category: Game Reviews

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Hacknet – Labyrinths Review

By James Swinbanks Hacknet is a refreshingly grounded take on the hacker-sim genre. With a crude, Linux-inspired interface and dark, driving soundtrack, it follows the story of a recently deceased hacker named Bit, who...

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Persona 5 Launch Review

By Andrew Skelton by Andrew Skelton (Outfoxed) I was 17 years old when Revelations: Persona first came out for the original Playstation. After growing up with loads of wonderful RPGs on the NES, SNES,...

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Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review

By Scott Butterworth If ever a game deserved a second chance, it’s Rather than simply shooting everyone to death, Bulletstorm challenges you to off your enemies in increasingly imaginative and elaborate ways: kick them...

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Has-Been Heroes Review

By James O’Connor When it was first unveiled, roguelike Has-Been Heroes had unique expectations to meet–here was another game from Frozenbyte, developers of the Trine series, in which you control three heroes at once....

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Pokemon Duel Mobile Review

By Vincent Haoson By: Ojogo Pokemon Duel is an energy based, free-to-play game for the iOS and Android platforms. The game lets you become a Pokemon Duelist, a person who uses Pokemon figures to...

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Yooka-Laylee Review

By Kallie Plagge As a spiritual successor to 3D platformer Banjo-Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee really does capture the cheeky personality of its predecessor. It doesn’t introduce many new ideas, but it does rework the existing formula,...

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Parappa The Rapper Remastered Review

By Justin Clark You can pretty much count the number of PlayStation games from 1996 that actually stand the test of time on a single hand, but Parappa the Rapper is a particularly egregious...

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Vikings: Wolves of Midgard Review

By 227 Vikings is the first game by Games Farm that I’ve actually played through, but I’ve owned Heretic Kingdoms: The Inquisition (alternatively known as Kult: Heretic Kingdoms) and its sequel, Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms,...

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Rain World Review

By Miguel Concepcion Rain World effectively illustrates the cruel indifference of nature. As a half-rabbit, half-slug creature trying to reunite with its family, you start smack dab in an unfamiliar land with an ecosystem...

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Snake Pass Review

By Oscar Dayus Playing a 3D platformer without a jump button is a strange experience. When I first started You play as Noodle, a vegetarian snake, joined by Doodle, your hummingbird companion. Like Yooka-Laylee,...