Farming Simulator 15 Review: Zen gaming
Oct12

Farming Simulator 15 Review: Zen gaming

In a world of exo-suit death matches, brutal fatalities and high speed chases, Farming Simulator 15 is easy to ignore. It’s slow, repetitive, largely single player and contains no layered RPG elements. It’s not procedural, there’s no companion app and you will not be checking any leaderboards. Yet these are also the reasons that Farming Simulator 15 has taken almost 100 hours of my life. The game begins, you spawn at...

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Dropsy Review: A Beautiful Point and Click
Sep28

Dropsy Review: A Beautiful Point and Click

With the new wave of point and click games from the likes of Telltale that focus on a narrative streamlined approach, players seem to enjoy the always unfolding drama, with no tedious puzzles to dampen the experience. For others, newer games are missing the challenging puzzles that made point and click rewardable and in turn, enjoyable. Dropsy feels like the point and clicks of old, bringing in the traditional ideas and polishing them...

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Flame Over Review: Burning Bright
Sep27

Flame Over Review: Burning Bright

Flame Over has big ambitions, with clear inspiration from critically acclaimed rogue-likes like Spelunky and the Binding of Issac, Laughing Jackal hope to kindle a similar sense of enjoyment to these addictive, and ever changing experiences. For the most part, Flame Over manages to accomplish this goal and provides plentiful entertainment through clever design and relatively unique gameplay mechanics. As is common of the genre, Flame...

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Tearaway Unfolded Review: No Scraps!
Sep14

Tearaway Unfolded Review: No Scraps!

When Tearaway launched on the Playstation Vita in 2013, I wasn’t especially enamored by the experience. While the game has a very defined and seemingly charming presentation, Tearaway failed to captivate me on the Vita’s smaller screen. Perhaps it’s the effect of a a larger television or 7.1 surround sound, but something’s changed. Tearaway Unfolded pulled me into its papercraft world as I found a new...

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Mad Max Review: A Wasteland of Potential
Sep04

Mad Max Review: A Wasteland of Potential

After blockbuster film Mad Max hit cinemas this year, the attention of Mad Max fans eagerly turned to the upcoming game. The movie took everyone by surprise, reinventing Max’s dark and gritty universe with stellar cinematography, featuring some of the best action sequences to ever hit the silver screen. Unfortunately, although not a direct adaptation of the film, Mad Max from Avalanche Studios doesn’t quite have the same...

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Galak-Z Review: To be continued…
Aug26

Galak-Z Review: To be continued…

Bullets rush past my cockpit window, just grazing my ships wing as I thrust onward at an intense speed. The sound of plasma weapons ring out as I lay down fire on area ahead of me, desperately hoping to hit one of the six enemy craft. Wanted to sneak past you see, but things didn’t quite go to plan. I approach them with increasing speed and just death seems almost inevitable  a few precise flick of the analogue stick enable me...

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