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REVIEW: Darkest Hunters

I’ve always loved the fantasy genre; I remember being utterly entranced by swords and sorcery at a very early age – no doubt fuelled by the pop culture renaissance that occurred across a variety of media, following the rise of Dungeons & Dragons as a…

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REVIEW: Dustoff Heli Rescue II

Strongly evoking memories of 80s arcade classic Choplifter, which saw players controlling a helicopter rescuing POWs from various side-scrolling warzones – and which had a number of outstanding computer and console ports too – Dustoff Heli Rescue II is a game that should be immediately…

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REVIEW: Undead’s Building

Zombies eh? It feels like only yesterday that I was complaining that they were everywhere. Then as if to prove my point, here comes another game featuring the undead, flesh-eating antagonists. Thankfully, Undead’s Building isn’t your typical zombie game. Rather than taking them on directly…

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REVIEW: OMG Zombies!

Zombies, perhaps appropriately, sometimes feel like they’re bloody (pun intended) everywhere. There was a time when this wasn’t the case at all; the 80s and 90s, for example, saw very little in the way of zombie fiction, but there came a point in the early…

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REVIEW: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

“For every battle won, a greater battle takes its place“ I’m not quite sure where to begin with this review, but I guess I’ll start by apologizing for not having played it sooner. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is one of those games I’ve kept my eye on…

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REVIEW: Reigns (Steam)

In a world where online dating is as easy and effortless as swiping left or right on your phone, Nerial decided to create a game using a similar premise, but instead of finding your next partner, your swipes determine the fate of your kingdom… Admittedly,…