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Dungeon Defenders: Awakened – Preview

Dungeon Defenders: Awakened is the latest in the well loved series of the tower defence games by the same name. Developed and Published by Chromatic Games, Dungeon Defenders: Awakened brings new life to the tower defence genre with a modern uptake. implementing a fresh and clean look along for fans

World of Horror – Preview

It’s creepy, it’s kooky and it’s definitely all together spooky! I have braced myself to experience and endure this up and coming horror title and let me tell you, it doesn’t disappoint! GAMEPLAY WORLD OF HORROR is an upcoming horror, adventure hybrid game, heavily drawing influence from old point and

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Ash of Gods: Redemption – Review

Ash of Gods: Redemption is published by Whisper Games and developed by AurumDust. Now, given I’m not too big on tactical turn-based games, I was intrigued by the RPG-like elements and art style of this title, so let’s dive into my third review of the year, shall we? Ash of

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Legend of Keepers: Prologue – Review

Legend of Keepers: Prologue is a tactical, dungeon management, side scroller, turned based game with a hint of RPG elements where you actually play as the bad guys! Developed and published by Goblinz Studios, Legend of Keepers brings a fun and polished game where you’re the boss of the ‘Dungeons

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Valnir Rok – Review

Valnir Rok is an indie game developed by Encurio and is currently in early access. I normally find it hard to review games when this has to be kept in mind, however this is unfortunately the standard I have to abide by, as I cannot accurately review what a product

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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – Review

Since the very first manga titled ‘Dragon Ball’ by Akira Toriyama, released all the way back in 1984, the Dragon Ball franchise has seen many adaptations from the highly successful and multiple anime series, to video games in various genres and on various consoles. Now we have movies, action figures,

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Unfamiliar – Review

Cats are interesting animals. For the most part, they are graceful and elegant, constantly curious of the world around them. Other times they can be extremely lazy and hilariously clumsy. One thing all cats have in common however, is the air of superiority they maintain, believing they are above everything

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STAR OCEAN First Departure R – Review

Star Ocean: First Departure R is an RPG developed by Tri-Ace and published by Square Enix and is a remaster of the original ‘First Departure’ that was originally released in Japan only, under then motif ‘Star Ocean’. In the ‘Star Ocean’ series there are five games, with three spin off

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SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions – Review

Well, Square Enix has done it again: releasing another one of their classic catalogue games, pumping it out in full HD and allowing us to enjoy and reminisce about the beloved characters, locations and moments that have made the SaGa series last over 25 years! SaGa: Scarlet Grace: Ambitions is

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Shenmue III – Review

Shenmue III is a Japanese game developed by Ys Net and Published by Deep Silver. It is the third installment of a continuous story, with this title released eighteen years after the second game. Thanks to its cult following who raised two million dollars in under seven hours, as well

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Romancing SaGa 3 – Review

In today’s modern world, technology advances at such a rapid rate that it’s often hard to comprehend the extent that many developers will go through to develop new and exciting games. On one side, we are met with games that you would swear upon looking at them that ‘this looks

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Need For Speed Heat – Review

I think it’s fair to say that the past couple of Need for Speed games haven’t really felt like they’ve lived up to the older games in the franchise. Personally, I loved the days of Underground, Most Wanted and Carbon, so when EA announced Heat, my eyes lit up and

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Killer Queen Black – Review

Buy It, play it, you’ll love it! My review for Killer Queen Black is done now. Thanks, and goodnight! Well, maybe, I suppose I should tell you why… Ok then… Killer Queen Black is the console adaption of the arcade eSport game “Killer Queen”. Killer Queen Black has been rebuilt

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Walking Zombie 2 – Review

Walking Zombie 2 was developed and published by Alda Games. This new free to play, zombie apocalypse first person shooter offers a whole lot of fun. It’s an energetic and funny shooter with RPG elements and a cartoon/Minecraft look that does not take itself too seriously. With a story-line that

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Destiny 2: Shadowkeep – Review

Shadowkeep, Destiny 2’s first expansion puts players up against The Nightmares. The Nightmares are essentially the ghosts of some of your favorite enemies from the past 5 years of the Destiny universe. The Nightmares are pretty much the same enemies we’ve all seen before since the series started with one

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Devil’s Hunt – Review

Bear with me because this going to be a stretch hybrid. Have you ever wondered what Devil May Cry mixed with Darksiders with a very Miami Vice-esq protagonist would be like? (told you it was a stretch) but if you answered “YES” or “Hmm, that sounds strange yet cool” then

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Borderlands 3 – Review

There are so many looter – shooter games available these days that we are spoiled for choice. From Destiny to The Division and even Anthem, all of them offer a vast amount of loot to be found and a seemingly limitless amount of potential to build the character the way

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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden – Review

I have never been a strategy, turn based game player. They require patience, thought-out movement and finesse. All attributes, I definitely do not possess, believe me, ask my colleagues. I loathed my last experience with one and that is no exaggeration. I’ve avoided them since. Mutant Year Zero: Road to

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Dragon Quest Builders 2 – Review

I never really understood the fad that was Minecraft. I mean, sure… digging stuff up, building things and wacking enemies with a wooden sword was kind of fun. While there are some incredible creations out there, there is really only so much you can do. Mine, build, kill and survive.

Code Vein – Preview

Set in a post-apocalyptic dystopia, Code Vein by Bandai Namco, looks to deliver a robust story line with exhilarating game play. Players will decide their own fates as they create their own unique Revenants and embark on a quest for answers and power. Those who are strong enough to survive

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