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The Battleground of Fortnite Dances

The Battleground of Fortnite Dances

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Rainbow Six Covert Operations Essentials Diaries

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DunGame & DraGrins Episode 15: Lethal-ish?

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February 2019: Films out this Month - Moving Pictures

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Twitch WINS Pokémon: A Summary of Events

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The GameGrin GrinCast Episode 187 - Don't Kink Shame Me

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I Destroyed a Planet in Starbound

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Orion: Dino Horde Review

Orion: Dino Horde Review

Orion: Dino Beatdown had its fair share of problems; it had a multitude of bugs, badly designed features and was in general, a massive let down. How can you get shooting dinosaurs…

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Delayed Gratification and I

Delayed Gratification and I

This is both a mix of an article that I've had half written a few months ago and a reply to Ross' article about not playing Bioshock: Infinite.

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Dragon Age: Granny

Dragon Age: Granny

My gran isn’t like most old age pensioners. Sure, she’s had a hip replacement and she weighs about the same as a sack of potatoes, but there’s still a fire in her eyes.…

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Thomas Was Alone Review

Thomas Was Alone Review

Thomas Was Alone is essentially a platform game. Look deeper though, and you'll see that the platformer's DNA has been spliced with a puzzler in the vein of The Lost Vikings - a…

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Toki Tori 2 Review

Toki Tori 2 Review

Simple yet effective: three words that sum up Toki Tori 2 perfectly as players traverse levels tweeting and stomping to solve the intricate, yet never too challenging,…

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Star Trek Review

Star Trek Review

Star Trek: The Video Game manages to achieve the impossible. The developers have harnessed some hitherto unknown anti-dimensional black-matter pseudo-science particles to make a…

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Pressure Review

Pressure Review

On the face of it, Pressure looks like a frantic racer / shoot 'em up hybrid. Play through a few levels and that statement becomes only a third correct. It's not frantic, nor is…

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Anodyne Review

Anodyne Review

A throwback to the 16-bit, top-down 2D era of dungeon crawling adventures, Anodyne sets the scene in a dreamscape and touches upon a surprising array of themes for a game of this…

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Poker Night 2 Review

Poker Night 2 Review

As a poker player, I've tried out a variety of different poker games in my time. Some decent, some plaintively terrible, and none of them have really come close to offering a…

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Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen Review

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen Review

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is not a DLC. No, although you would be forgiven for thinking so, given Capcom’s rather convoluted and muddled pre-release publicity for the title,…

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The Lonely Gamer

The Lonely Gamer

The term 'multiplayer' has changed dramatically over the last few years. Once it meant you sat with a friend as you played together or against each other. Now, if you're not…

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Sacred Citadel Review

Sacred Citadel Review

Sacred Citadel is a spin-off of the mildly successful Sacred series, acting as a prequel to the upcoming Sacred 3. The action RPG gameplay of the main series is replaced here…

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Guacamelee! Review

Guacamelee! Review

Guacamelee! is a PS3/Vita platformer from indie game developers: DrinkBox Studio, following the life of a once-ordinary Mexican in the town of Pueblucho.This game is…

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