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Review: Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 – A Surprisingly Scary Return To Form

Review: Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 – A Surprisingly Scary Return To Form

Everyone can relate to that feeling of being a young child and hiding under the covers out of fear of the imaginary monsters under your bed or somewhere in the house. It’s that paradoxical feeling of both power and vulnerability that made such experiences so memorable; you were ‘safe’ as long as you were under…
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Review: Riverbond – An Undemanding But Pleasant Couch Co-op Hack And Slasher

Review: Riverbond – An Undemanding But Pleasant Couch Co-op Hack And Slasher

Riverbond is perhaps one of the most easy-going, simplistic games you’re likely to play this year. Taking place within a beautiful voxel world, you’ll embark on a number of missions set within eight different environments ranging from idyllic sea resorts to dark, dingy caves. The gameplay is a typical hack ‘n’ slash affair with elements…
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Review: Shovel Knight Showdown – A Smash Bros. Challenger That’s Perfect For Switch Parties

Review: Shovel Knight Showdown – A Smash Bros. Challenger That’s Perfect For Switch Parties

After completing its record-breaking Kickstarter run for Shovel Knight, Yacht Club Games had its work cut out in terms of keeping the promises it made with stretch goals. The much-lauded three additional campaigns were what drew the most reaction from press and fans, but one other mode was announced which didn’t seem to grab nearly…
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Hardware Review: Race Away With Mario Kart Pro Mini & Deluxe Racing Wheels

Hardware Review: Race Away With Mario Kart Pro Mini & Deluxe Racing Wheels

Racing games can be great fun, but you know what can make them even better? Playing them with a replica steering wheel (and no, not the ones you sink your Wii Remote or Joy-Con into.) Just ask anyone who’s been to an arcade and played something like Mario Kart Arcade GP DX, Crazy Taxi or…
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Review: Shovel Knight: King Of Cards – A Worthy Swan Song To A Legendary Platforming Series

Review: Shovel Knight: King Of Cards – A Worthy Swan Song To A Legendary...

Nearly seven years ago, Yacht Club Games launched the Kickstarter for Shovel Knight, thus beginning the long journey towards building one of the most recognizable characters in the indie gaming space. After a record-breaking response from the community, not only did the game receive the funding it needed, but all the stretch goals for additional…
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Review: Shovel Knight: King Of Cards – A Worthy Swansong To A Legendary Platforming Series

Review: Shovel Knight: King Of Cards – A Worthy Swansong To A Legendary Platforming...

Nearly seven years ago, Yacht Club Games launched the Kickstarter for Shovel Knight, thus beginning the long journey towards building one of the most recognizable characters in the indie gaming space. After a record-breaking response from the community, not only did the game receive the funding it needed, but all the stretch goals for additional…
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Review: Deathtrap Dungeon Trilogy – A Somewhat Drab Retelling Of A Classic Series

Review: Deathtrap Dungeon Trilogy – A Somewhat Drab Retelling Of A Classic Series

For readers of a certain age – to which this writer is very much a member – adventure gamebooks were the best. Splicing the agency of roleplay with the narrative depth of a fantasy novel, these souped-up ‘choose your own adventure’ novels took readers on all manner of dark and daring quests that could easily…
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Review: Pine – An Ambitious Zelda Pretender That Fails To Find Its Feet On Switch

Review: Pine – An Ambitious Zelda Pretender That Fails To Find Its Feet On...

Initially, we thought Pine was going to be a very pleasant surprise. It definitely doesn't bode well from the outset when the initial load takes just under three minutes. In situations like that, you can't help but wonder if the game has crashed. But no, patience was a virtue and in the time it took…
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Review: Simulacra – An Interesting Horror Title That Doesn’t Quite Hit The Mark

Review: Simulacra – An Interesting Horror Title That Doesn’t Quite Hit The Mark

What would you do if a mobile phone belonging to someone else was left on your doorstep? Chances are (in this day and age) the device is protected with face ID, fingerprint ID or a password and/or pin, so naturally any self-respecting citizen would turn it in to the police. But in Simulacra, an unusual…
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Mosaic Review – The Absurdity Of Life

Mosaic Review – The Absurdity Of Life

Mosaic gives meaning to the meaningless; it’s existential nihilism in digital form. The fact that you actively play through the silent protagonist’s life of crushing drudgery and not just passively experience it is important. Mosaic is nihilistic not simply because the protagonist’s life is a listless mill of work and sleep, but because it has…

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