15Sep
reviews

REVIEW: Earthlock: Festival of Magic (PS4)

Earlier in the week, our writer Affie Lockhart got his hands on the Wii U version thanks to the kind guys at SnowCastle Games and after reading his review, I had to get my hands on the PS4 version to see...

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15Sep
reviews

36 Fragments of Midnight Review (Nintendo Switch)

In what seems to be a slight twist on the usual collectibles format of game, 36 Fragments of Midnight sees you controlling the titular character Midnight, A small lifeform that gives off a very soft...

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14Sep
reviews

Quest of Dungeons Review (Nintendo Switch)

When someone uses the words Dungeon Crawler to describe a game, I usually have to repress a bit of an eye roll. The term is thrown around quite often these days and more often than not, incorrectly. While...

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14Sep
announcements

Nintendo Direct 13/09/17 Write up

Today was a great day for Nintendo fans as the newest edition of the video presentations Nintendo Direct aired to keep gamers up to date with the latest Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch News. The direct...

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12Sep
reviews

Earthlock: Festival of Magic Review (Wii U)

Picking up my Wii U again to play on Earthlock was definitely one of the better gaming choices that I have made recently. Although the console may be fading into the background with the rise of the...

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12Sep
announcementsgameplayvid

Virtual Earth Online Showcases Stunning Maze Visuals In Online World Builder

In true Minecraftian style, watch as this maze is built in a live environment from scratch in Virtual Earth Online

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11Sep
reviews

Beach Buggy Racing Review

The Nintendo Switch Console seems to be at full acceleration currently with new releases coming thick and fast in both big game titles as well as indie games, and while the big racing name is always Mario...

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10Sep
retrospective

My Top 10 Horror Games

I thought I’d put together my own personal top 10 horror games. Now, there is probably a lot more that could have made the list, but I am going on the games that I have played myself over the years...

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09Sep
reviews

PC Review: OBDUCTION  

We give the PC version of Obduction a go for a different point of view

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08Sep
Uncategorized

Review: Obduction.

Cyan, Inc., was started by brothers Rand and Robyn Miller in 1987.  Four years later they began working on the groundbreaking title Myst, which, together with its first sequel Riven, sold more than 12...

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