Bullet Sorrow VR Review

Bullet Sorrow VR Review

Could it be true? a proper FPS on VR may finally have arrived? VR gaming is really taking off this year, Developers are delivering on what us gamers have been craving for so long with great graphics, immersion, replayability and of course FUN! Bullet Sorrow VR delivers on all of...

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RWBY Grimm Eclipse – Review

RWBY Grimm Eclipse – Review

Bright colors, splendidly cell-shaded character models and quippy one-liners abound in this official Rooster Teeth Games production of RWBY Grimm Eclipse. Take up your over-powered weapons and hack and slash your way through hordes of Grimm as one of the four original characters of the hit Animated TV series, Ruby...

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Her Majesty’s SPIFFING – Review

Her Majesty’s SPIFFING – Review

Broken engines, flying cows, insubordinate subordinates, missing scientists and national rivalries? All in a day’s work for Frank English who, let’s be Frank, is probably the cause for all of it anyway.  And speaking of work, he’s the only one who does any! So get ready for fun, adventure and slapstick...

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Shu Review

Let’s start with a history lesson. Christmas 1991 I got a Sega Megadrive. Sonic the Hedgehog came with it. First confession is that I never got past level two.  I never understood Mario, I never really liked Sonic or his foxy friend Knuckles. As time went on I discovered I...

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Rivals of Aether (Game Preview) Review

Rivals of Aether (Game Preview) Review

The easiest way to describe this game is to think low-budget smash bros but don’t think that the word low budget means its rubbish it actually a good fun and addictive game. It’s a fast paced beat em up with a nice be it small selection of characters ( but...

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Total War: Warhammer Review

Total War: Warhammer Review

Total War: Warhammer is a turn-based strategy game with real-time tactical battles between armies. The other Total War games feature historical settings, Warhammer introduces a fantasy setting as well as characters from the Warhammer universe. These characters, which include monsters, warriors, and heroes, can be controlled by the player. The...

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Steamaholic – Humble Beginnings

Steamaholic – Humble Beginnings

Like many PC gamers, my main platform for both purchasing and playing games comes through the online service Steam.

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RollerCoaster Tycoon World Early Access Review

RollerCoaster Tycoon World Early Access Review

Do We Still Get a Thrill From a Digital Coaster? RollerCoaster Tycoon has been around for the last few generations of video games. On release in the 90’s it enabled gamers to create the theme park of their dreams. Being able to fully customise tracks creating a plethora of exciting...

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Screencheat Review

Screencheat Review

I’ll be honest; when I first installed Screencheat by Indie studio Samurai Punk, I had no idea what I was getting. I’d managed to miss any info about it, adverts, whatever, even though it’s available on myriad platforms and is garnering overwhelmingly positive reviews across Steam, XBL and PSN. No-one...

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Firewatch – review

Firewatch – review

After a wait of over two years we finally have our hands on the final build version of Campo Santo studios Indie title Firewatch. Drawn in by the Pixar like artistic landscapes and promise of a world filled with suspense and intrigue what makes Firewatch one of the must own...

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