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Gods Will Be Watching Review (PC)

Gods Will Be Watching Review (PC)

Disclaimer: I willingly didn’t reach the final chapter. After five crashes, on the same chapter, I’ve decided not to waste my time dealing with game-breaking technical issues, forcing myself to quit. Gods Will Be Watching (and Testing Your Patience) Ever so often there comes a game so different and difficult ...

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Battlefield 4: Dragon’s Teeth Review (PC)

Battlefield 4: Dragon’s Teeth Review (PC)

I’ve given DICE a hard time lately. In fact, I think the entirety of the internet has. The name “DICE” has become synonymous with “screw-up” to such an extreme that it’s actually a relatively common pseudo-verb uttered in Battlefield 4 servers. That’s a shame, too. After three not-so-stellar (but still fulfilling) DLC ...

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Schein Review (PC)

Schein Review (PC)

Schein is what you consider a platformer with an exercise in patience. You may come to a part of the game that seems easy enough, but the game goes below the belt with a seemingly impossible section, and you have to be pinpoint accurate in your controls, begging you not to ...

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Abyss Odyssey Review (PC)

Abyss Odyssey Review (PC)

Abyss Odyssey is ACE Team's latest foray, and their take on side-scrolling platformers is different. But, should you embark on this Chilean-themed excursion?

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Mousecraft Review (PS4)

Mousecraft Review (PS4)

    Article By Contributor Ridge Dermody. Mousecraft is an indie puzzle game developed by Polish studio Crunching Koalas. It is their first game and promises to be a cross between Tetris and Lemmings. A lofty goal considering the classic, possibly beloved status of both those games. Mousecraft manages to ...

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Wrack Early Access Preview

Wrack Early Access Preview

The days of pixels and floppy discs are behind us, though lost popularity with decades of change comes the sudden resurgence of nostalgia seeping its well-meaning filter to our gaming lives. Final Boss Entertainment seeks exactly that with Wrack, a first-person shooter sprinting backwards in time. On first impression, Wrack ...

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Divinity: Original Sin Review (PC)

Divinity: Original Sin Review (PC)

  Divinity: Original Sin is Larian Studio’s latest instalment in the Divinity series, a long-running throwback to games such as Baldur’s Gate and Icewind Dale. When going into Divinity: Original Sin I was worried that it would simply be a modern re-telling of Baldur’s Gate; a simplistic, dumbed down version ...

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Conquest of Elysium 3 Review (Android)

Conquest of Elysium 3 Review (Android)

Conquest of Elysium 3  is another chapter in the rather esoteric strategy games series, Conquest of Elysium. The series boasts in-depth strategy and many different factions, while also possessing a very retro feel in its 2D art and simplistic game tiles. Conquest of Elysium 3’s most noticeable quality is its diversity. ...

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Spintires Review (PC)

Spintires Review (PC)

Not enough under the hood. All it took was was the premise. A mud-trucking simulator set in soviet Russia. My first thought: “why soviet Russia? Is there an actual story to go along with the time period?” I wouldn’t normally be interested in a driving simulator, but that pitch evoked ...

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World of Tanks Blitz Review (iOS)

World of Tanks Blitz Review (iOS)

If you’d told me back when the iPhone launched that I’d be playing World of Tanks on it, I’d call you crazy. Even now, after having held World of Tanks Blitz in my hands, manipulated a teeny little tank, and played the same intense matches I’m beholden to on the PC, I’m ...

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