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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: Godly Corp

Immediately coming across as the unholy alliance of HP Lovecraft, hilarious tentacle-‘em-up Octodad and brilliant VR hit Job Simulator, Godly Corp asks a simple question: ‘What if Cthulhu had a job in an office?’ The answer plays out in a very unpredictable and – somewhat…

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REVIEW: Super Phantom Cat

Super Phantom Cat (officially Super Phantom Cat: Remake – though it’s a remake of mobile game Super Phantom Cat 2, rather than the first game – confused yet?) is a bright and colourful platformer starring the eponymous feline – a white cat named Ari, who…

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A Tribute To… Mashed

It’s easier than ever to feel old when we have access to any information we want, with the only delay being the speed at which our increasingly ageing fingers can bring themselves to use Google. The PS2 is nineteen years old – nearly two decades…

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REVIEW: Spyro: The Reignited Trilogy (PS4)

After Crash Bandicoot: The N Sane Trilogy was released and proved a huge success, fans then wondered whether another certain Playstation mascot would also get the remaster treatment: this mascot being Spyro the Dragon. Spyro is a platformer game series that was originally developed by Insomniac Games…

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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,…