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Total Tank Simulator – Review

Growing up, every person surely had this experience: Either your relative, neighbour, friend or that kid you were forced to sit and play with at play time had this basic, run of the mill, army kit. The kit was flooded with green army men, all of which were holding various

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Those Who Remain – Review

‘’Those Who Remain’’ is a psychological horror story from Camel 101 Studio, an independent and self funded game development studio, and is published by Wired Productions and WhisperGames. Here at MKAU, whenever we receive any Horror/Scary games, 9 out of 10 times they get sent straight to me without question.

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Brimstone Brawlers – Review

This action packed, arena brawler set in the Victorian era, will have you jumping, punching and twirling your mustache in amazement as you battle against a variety of foes. You will encounter everything; from ominous plague doctors, burly boxers to even a innocent-looking damsel that carries around a mysterious suitcase

8

Minecraft Dungeons – Review

I was very late to the Minecraft craze, I was pessimistic that something that looked like a kid’s game could have any sort of depth or complexity that I for one crave as a gamer. Boy, was I wrong. I eventually jumped onto that bandwagon and wow was I obsessed.

8

Fury Unleashed – Review

Published and developed by Awesome Game Studio in Poland, Fury Unleashed is an action packed 2D platform shooter presented in a comic book style. The simple yet intriguing plot tells the story of a struggling comic book creator, John Kowalski as he deals with pressure of online critics and poor

9

Maneater – Review

Maneater is an open-world action-RPG (ShaRkPG) where YOU are the shark. Starting as a small bull shark pup you are tasked with surviving the harsh world while eating your way up the ecosystem to become the ultimate apex predator. Eat. Explore. Evolve. As you explore the large open world locations

5

GORN (PSVR) – Review

GORN is a gladiatorial simulator designed for VR developed by Free Lives and published by Devolver Digital. Initially released on steam for early access in 2017 and then leaving early access in 2019, this game can be played with the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive and has now has finally

8

Mafia II: Definitive Edition – Review

Given its remarkable similarities with the Grand Theft Auto franchise, it’s a wonder why I hadn’t tried the Mafia series all those years ago when it was released. As we approach the 10th anniversary of Mafia II, games developer Hangar 13 have been working on something in secret, something many

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Tidal Shock (Early Access) – Review

As a kid growing up, I used to love diving in the sea or a swimming pool and having that weightlessness slowed down sensation that you feel whilst being underwater. How time seemingly slows down, all your actions are intensified and any underwater play fights are genuinely like you’re forever

5

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee – Review

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee redeveloped and republished by Oddworld Inhabitants, is a 2001 classic that has been recreated for the Nintendo Switch. Many older games over the last few years have been popping up, games of the past, causing gamers those epic feelings of nostalgia. Some games have been completely revamped

8

Touhou Mechanical Scrollery – Review

To start this off, Touhou Mechanical Scrollery, or I like to say TMS, is the latest in Bullet hell mid-air hunting shoot-em-ups, and for those familiar with Tougou games, this is no exception. With its action RPG, an interesting storyline and graphically stunning gameplay, TMS really has the spirit of

8

Ion Fury – Review

Being a bit of an older gamer, I was around when first person shooters started making their way onto computers. The likes of Duke Nukem 3D, the very first DOOM title, Wolfenstein 3D, and my personal favourite, Redneck Rampage. These were the games that every aspiring gamer had in their

7

Fledgling Heroes – Review

At first glance, “Fledgling Heroes” developed and published by Subtle Boom, looks like a game solely for kids and honestly, from the moment you boot it up it really does give off that air, dare I say it, pungent aroma of child mobile game. Once you delve in though, while

9

Infinite: Beyond The Mind – Review

Infinite – Beyond The Mind is a little indie game developed by Emilie Coyo and published by Blowfish Studios and is a retro platformer with a futuristic flavor. The story follows two girls, Tanya & Olga, both connected by their magic powers, sharing a unique bond and abilities between one

10

Someday You’ll Return – Review

In these last few years, one gaming genre that has made a valiant and triumphant return is that of First Person thriller/horror games. The genre usually revolves around you playing a protagonist who is being put in a drastic, most times dire, situation and your only options are to run,

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Streets of Rage 4 – Review

Streets of Rage (known as Bare Knuckle in Japan) was one of the most recognised ‘Beat ‘Em Up’ games in the arcade scene, back in the 90‘s. Its simple but effective gameplay and iconic soundtrack helped it stand out from the rest and had a big influence in people buying

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Moving Out – Review

Published by Team 17 Digital Limited, Moving Out is a game developed by SMG Studio and DEVM Games, an adorable moving simulator tests both your patience and your understanding of physics. You are tasked with helping the people of Packmore move out of their homes. You are the newest member

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Obey Me – Review

‘Obey me’ developed by Error 404 Game Studios and published by Blowfish Studios is a game I was super stoked to see when it appeared in my inbox. It’s no secret that I’m a massive fan of just about anything Blowfish Studios is attached to, so with that being said

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Dreamscaper: Prologue – Review

To break the proverbial third wall here, I’m a huge fan of storytelling. If the action in movies or games is poor, but you have a good story, I’m hooked! Thankfully, the team at Afterburner Studio are in agreement with my fandom (plus the gameplay action is just as awesome!)

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One Piece: Pirate Warrior 4 – Review

One Piece: Pirate Warrior 4 is an action adventure hack and slash game, set in the same style as the Dynasty Warriors Franchise. Developed by Koei Tecmo Games and Omega Force, and published by Bandai Namco, One Piece follows Monkey D. Luffy, the Captain with the straw hat and ability

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Control: The Foundation Expansion – Review

‘The Foundation’ is the first expansion for Control, a third person action game based around the protagonist, Jesse Faden. Jesse arrives in New York looking for her brother who was taken by the mysterious Federal Bureau of Control when they were young, after weird events in their hometown. The Foundation

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Resident Evil 3 – Review

With a few notable exceptions, remakes and remasters of games are rarely a good thing. Sure, we get to benefit from some incredible updates to graphics, but it is unlikely to have any game changing results, often just recycling the game play and ultimately feeling like the game wasn’t as

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Resident Evil: Resistance – Review

Most zombie based multiplayer games will have teams of players facing up against countless zombies, blasting away without worry for ammunition and simply trying to get from one safe room to another. One of my personal favourites was Left 4 Dead, pitting four players against a seemingly limitless supply of

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Bleeding Edge – Review

When a game keeps reminding you to stick together and work as a team, you down right listen because chances are you will get your ass handed to you over and over again. Not talking from any experience or anything, but sometimes relying on others to make smart choices in

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DOOM Eternal – Review

The Doom Slayer is back with DOOM Eternal, the follow up to Bethesda’s 2016 release, DOOM. Now let me just say, DOOM Eternal absolutely delivers on the fast pace, over the top, rip and tear violence any DOOM fan has come to love. Since DOOM (2016), our good friend Doom

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My Hero One’s Justice 2 – Review

Developed by Byking and published by Bandai Namco, My Hero One’s Justice 2 is a 3D, arena style, fighting game based on the highly successful manga and anime series, My Hero Academia (known in Japan as Boku no Hīrō Akademia). The sequel to My Hero One’s Justice brings back the

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