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Furwind – Review

Platforming games are a bit of a retro gamer staple. They have been around for a long time, so in saying that, it is very hard to be innovative on a tried and tested genre. What will the delightful platformer ‘Furwind’ by Boomfire Games do to make it stand out

9

Terraria – Review

I never had the chance to really get into building games such as Minecraft which is surprising because games that get the creative juices flowing have always piqued my interest. Due to the overwhelming number of children that flock to these communities, I will admit it also has scared me

10

Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled – Review

The year is 1999, a mere 5 years since the release of Sony’s PlayStation. We’ve currently spent half a decade with family friend like characters such as a dragon named Spyro, a strange slave escapee on Oddworld called Abe, a British tomb raider named Lara Croft and a cooky, orange

8

Unruly Heroes – Review

Unruly Heroes follows four unlikely characters on their journey to the west in this side scrolling action adventure. If you didn’t already know, this game follows monkey and his three companions in a story that is inspired by the Chinese legend ‘A journey to the west’ better known as the

7

Blood & Truth – Review

I remember as a kid, running around the back yard pretending to be a soldier, or a police officer, carrying a stick or a big block of LEGO because I didn’t have toy guys. (My pocket money was spent on video games for the most part) I’d run around for

6

Super Cane Magic ZERO – Review

When you tell people you work as a reviewer for a gaming website, they generally get very excited, “Oh, you get to play all the cool games before they’re released!” or “Oh I’ve always wanted to do that! It must be so easy!” The reality is quite different. Now don’t

6

Lapis X Labyrinth – Review

Lapis X Labyrinth is a side scrolling JPRPG platformer that I found myself thrown into the deep end from the get-go. The main screen doesn’t feature much except from “start new game” and some basic aesthetics and unfortunately, it doesn’t give you the option to adjust the difficulty, sound or

8

Observation – Review

Science fiction has always been a big part of my life. From an early age, Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back was always a favorite film. Video games have giving me the opportunity to live out situations that I’ll never be able to achieve in reality. The romance of living aboard

8

RAGE 2 – Review

Put on your pink warpaint, hair spray up that mohawk and dust off your ass-less chaps because RAGE 2 is finally here. Leave your dignity at the door because the rude and crude apocalyptic wasteland is back. Despite its name, RAGE 2 is nothing but pure enjoyment. Developed by Avalanche

5

Skorecery – Review

Skorecery is not a game where you can spend endless hours getting engrossed into an awesome story line with great cinematic enjoyment. Instead, this game has you duelling it out with your friends to see who is the greatest of all with this fast-paced game.

7

The Messenger – Review

Everybody was kung-fu fighting…… Okay, now thats out of my system. I can move on with my review. The Messenger launched first on the Playstation 4, and is later coming to Windows & Nintendo Switch. This is a fun side scroller that’s a tale of a ninja.

9

Ape Out – Review

Man, games these days are generally too complicated. This is neither a bad thing nor a good thing, but I find when they are too complicated they become frustrating and it just rips the enjoyment out of it. Dropping this violent, blood-soaked romp in my lap, Ape Out by Digital

6

Anthem – Review

I’m very hit and miss with grindy game play. Where as I was right into the ‘Diablo 3’ and ‘The Division’, even needing eye drops after a 14 hr session once, I totally missed ‘The Destiny’ train. I’d also like to point out I’m very hit and miss with Bioware

9

Jump Force – Review

I remember back in my early days getting out of bed early before school an dragging myself in front of TV to watch the latest episode of DragonBall Z, Naruto, One Piece and many others. I’d often think about how cool it would be like if they shared the same

5

Crackdown 3 – Review

Crackdown 3 has been 9 years in the making and finally after much delay (it was originally due 2016) is finally here. I was absorbed in the first one because it’s concept of mass destruction as a super human was so unique and different and while I didn’t play the

8

Project Warlock – Review

An unrepentant retro FPS adventure with mild RPG elements, this is a real work of love in the vein of Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, and even Cybermage. Play a mysterious gun-toting warlock as you travel from place to place, destroying evil and finding weapons. Shoot things, cast spells, and cause mayhem.

7

Blue Rider – Review

The game has you playing around as a blue spaceship riding and guiding yourself through levels that are littered with enemies of the robotic kind. There are a significant number of different enemy types throughout the game all with their own little quirks and powers. Upon spending some quality time

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2084 Review – Early Access

2084 is a first person shooter with great graphics. At the time of writing this review 2084 is in Early Access so there might be more features and content implemented at a later date. Launched into Early Access last week, 2084 is a fast-paced first-person shooter with hacking elements. Basically,

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