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Throwback Review: Mirror's Edge - Bottomless Pit
We all know that EA is... subversive, when it comes to evolution.

 

A publisher known for being seemingly suicidal when it comes to new IPs, and dedicated to
Fortnite Season 5 Week 9 Challenges Guide
Fortnite’s Season 5, Week 9 challenges have finally gone live. This week's challenges are finicky and annoying to complete. There are 3 free Battle Pass challenges and 4 premium
Shape of The World Review - Epiphany Fields
Hello. How are you? Your err... hands smell nice?

 

Excuse the formalities, but I feel like maybe I've been a bit too much of a Negative Nancy lately. Here I am,
Don't Sink Review - Sea of Poop Thieves
Ahoy there, mati-- Ahh, what's the bloody point?

 

I'm not going to lie, Sea of Thieves drained my enthusiasm for pirates. If Rare's maligned baby was actually what pirates
Planet Alpha Review - We Drift Like Worried Fire
**SPOILER ALERT: Certain storytelling elements and moments are used for interpretation and critique here. If you are interested in Planet Alpha, be wary.**
 

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Xbox Game Pass: September's New Games Revealed
Xbox Game Pass is about to add a heap of new games to the service. The September additions to the Netflix-style service have been unveiled; there are some big triple-A releases

Outlast 2 Review:…

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Dense woods and mysterious circumstance sure doesn’t make for a forgettable night. You are Blake Langermann, a cameraman who alongside his wife Lynn take it upon themselves to investigate the unexplained death of a pregnant woman in Arizona. As you fly out to the region in the dark night…

Our Take: Open-World…

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Witcher 3, Horizon: Zero Dawn, and Ghost Recon: Wildlands. All of these are open-world games and all of them have their strengths and weaknesses, but should all games try to be open-world? Is there a fatigue to all the games coming out that have adopted this aspect? Should some…

On The Shelf:…

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Hello, and welcome to On The Shelf, your weekly source of top gaming releases. Last week was pretty quiet on the release front, and it looks like the gaming universe doesn’t wish to atone for last week’s sins. However, as we edge ever closer to E3, the gaming releases…

Star Wars: The…

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Over the course of the trilogies, both Anakin and Luke Skywalker undergo costume changes, to signify their progression along the Jedi way, and darker clothes suggest a potential flirtation with the Dark Side of the Force. Our newest protagonists are no different, as we found out earlier today. While…

The Decisions: A…

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To analyze a game’s design is to embark on a journey alongside the developer, one that shows what decisions were made as they decided to create their game. As I analyze a game’s design, I take a look at 1.) their philosophy and concepts 2.)mechanics and systems 3.)narrative, and…

Outlast 2 Trophies…

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Ahead of it’s release tomorrow, trophies for action-horror and downright scary video game Outlast 2 have appeared online thanks to Powerpyx. Please note that these trophies do not contain spoilers. Outlast 2 has a total of 25 Trophies (1 Platinum, 7 Gold, 9 Silver, 8 Bronze for a total of 1200 points). Below…

On The Shelf:…

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As we near the end of April, We’ve already had some pretty big gaming releases. But can we expect more this week? Please see below for my TOP 5 games out this week, this week was the hardest to choose due to so many releases. Let’s see my picks…

The Walking Dead:…

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Telltale Games have released a new trailer for Episode 4 of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, the episode is titled ‘Thicker Than Water’ The Walking Dead: A New Frontier episode 4, Thicker Than Water, will be released on April 25, 2017 as announced by Telltale yesterday. You can…

No Season Pass…

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Earlier this week EA revealed Battlefront II to the world, the game will feature a lot of improvements, and will also include a single-player campaign. However, one thing the game will not include is a season pass. Whilst speaking to Mashable Creative director Bernd Diemer said “We don’t have…

On The Shelf:…

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Welcome to On The Shelf, your weekly source of gaming releases. Following a strong start to the year with many Triple A releases, game releases are quieting down the closer we get to E3. However that doesn’t stop new games coming. Please see the TOP 5 games out this…

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Is Sony Skipping E3 2019 a Risky, yet ambitious move?

Without a PSX 2018 at the end of the year, fans have been speculating what Sony will do for E3 2019. Sony’s answer is: nothing! Yep, for the first time…

November 20, 2018, 896

MechaNika Review – Same Room, New Owner

Not Safe For Work, this review, due to both the nature of the game and me getting a bit mad.   A few months ago, I reviewed a game called Agatha…

November 19, 2018, 1,558

Throwback Review: Touhou 7- Perfect Cherry Blossom

It’s springtime, and while life should be reclaiming its place after the deathly winter and cherry blossoms should be in full bloom, instead snow continues to fall and the world…

November 17, 2018, 2,495
Overwatch Patch 1.30

Overwatch Patch 1.30 Adds Hero 29 Ashe to the Fray

Blizzard stealth released hero 29 Ashe earlier today as part of Overwatch patch 1.30. The new hero is yet another damage (DPS) character, her primary guns is called the Viper. The…

November 13, 2018, 1,293
Stan Lee

Eulogy for an Icon: Stan Lee – 1922-2018

Yesterday, we lost one of the most influential men in the modern world of art and entertainment. Stan Lee was a creative mind with a legacy like few others. But…

November 13, 2018, 2,202
Pokémon Detective Pikachu

POKÉMON Detective Pikachu Gets Its First Official Trailer

Warner Bros. Pictures has dropped the first official trailer for Pokémon Detective Pikachu. The movie is based off Detective Pikachu, a game which originally launched for Nintendo 3DS in 2016. In…

November 12, 2018, 1,472

Throwback Review: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc

Cult classics are thankfully making a comeback in the industry, and one of the series that skyrocketed into post-launch success and notoriety is the Danganronpa series. Created and developed by…

November 10, 2018, 2,001

Call of Cthulhu Review – A Mass of Limbs

**CONTENT WARNING: Some images used in this review contain various levels of gore and decaying whale carcasses. If you have a weak stomach or do not wish to see such images,…

November 6, 2018, 1,175

Castlevania: Rondo of Blood Throwback Review

When it comes to the classic-style Castlevania games, often referred to as Classicvanias, there are two games that many fans consider to be the best: Super Castlevania IV on SNES…

November 3, 2018, 1,963

Soul Calibur VI Review – Derek Acorah Vs The Bee

The legend never dies.   It’s been six-and-a-half years since the last Soul Calibur, which was supposedly so boring and forgettable that most people wrote it off, even with a character…

November 2, 2018, 1,089