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OXENFREE – Review

The premise of Night School Studio’s Oxenfree sounds like it came straight out of the Hollywood book of teen horror movies – A group of friends head to an old military island for the night for a beach party. You’re…

Firewatch – Review

I know there’s a lot more to a game than looks, but from the moment I saw Campo Santo’s Firewatch I was hooked. It just looked so stunning. Seeing the trees and lakes covered in the soft glow of the…

The Division Impressions & Improvements

So the Alpha has long gone and the Beta has just recently left us behind.  It’s time to sum up what I thought of The Division during that time. I’ve already mentioned that I played both the Xbox One version…

Hurtworld – First Impressions

There are plenty of survival games knocking around at the moment and the trend for them doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Personally this doesn’t bother me, I love a survival game. Hurtworld from Bankroll Studios is the latest game to…

Noct – Early Access Review

Imagine waking up in an unknown place. There is no one else around and the only form of communication is via someone watching you with a satellite. They inform you that you need to find yourself a weapon to protect…

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – First Impressions

  I’ve owned Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain since launch day here in the UK (which was 1st September). I picked it up from GAME using the £45 gift card that my work colleagues generously got me for my…

Dirty Bomb – Early Access Review

THIS GAME IS CURRENTLY IN BETA AND MAY NOT REPRESENT THE FINAL PRODUCT I’m mostly a console player when it comes to FPS games. But I bought myself a pretty beefy PC at the beginning of the year so naturally…

Destiny: House of Wolves – Review

The Dark Below was disappointing. It had some good ideas, but in the end it just felt like it was lacking. Bungie are looking to avoid making the same mistakes with expansion II, House of Wolves. There are a total…

Ori and the Blind Forest – First Impressions

I’ve played my fair amount of games with emotional moments. But I don’t recall ever experiencing those kinds of moments so early on in games. But right from the off, Ori and the blind forest from Moon Studios gets you right in…

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