Ninjin: Clash of Carrots Review
Ninjin pays homage to the classic coin-operated side scrolling beat ‘em ups of yore. Is it worth the quarters?

Story When Shogun Moe steals all of the carrots from the villagers, it’s up to Ninja Warrior Rabbit Ninjin and Ninja Fox Akai to follow the thieves and reclaim the stolen treasure. Follow the villains through four worlds inspired by feudal Japan and show Shogun Moe he messed with the wrong rabbit! Gameplay Ninjin: Clash […]

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All of this week’s Final Fantasy game reveals and announcements

Square Enix has thrown out an absolute ton of Final Fantasy announcements this week. It’s almost scary. I audibly gasped at one at the very least. One made me beam with joy. In this article I’ll cover each and every one. NINTENDO SWITCH FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES Remastered Edition – launching 2019 with full co-op […]

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Kotaku’s take on Spider-Man’s attitude to the Police is incredibly out of touch with the character, universe and real life Police

Recently Kotaku published an opinion article stating that ‘Spider-Man’s Take on Police Feels Out of Touch‘. Click the link to check out the article, I’ll summarize the piece right here though. Deadspin also has a similar article that lambasts Spidey’s relationship with the Police force. That’s linked in the final paragraph but its points are […]

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Marvel’s Spider-Man Review
Sunset Underdrive?

Remember E3 2016? I do for one amazing reason. The spectacular reveal that Insomniac would be making a licensed video game for the first time in their twenty-two year history, Spider-Man, exclusive to PS4. This was the studio that brought us Spyro and Sunset Overdrive for a start, they’re industry icons. This was a match made in heaven. I pretty much cried […]

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New Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice trailer released

Recently I was in Cologne for Gamescom 2018. While there I played a plethora of games, ranging from bad; Shadow of the Tomb Raider, to average; Jump Force, to intriguing; Man of Medan to amazing; Biomutant, to downright unbelievably incredibly jaw drop; Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. You can read my in-depth preview from my hands […]

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Venom’s product range is bringing the phrase ‘pick up and play’ to life

Ever since video games became a household item worldwide accessories have been a vital part of the craze. Whether that’s plastic tennis rackets, rumble packs, memory cards, charging cables, battery packs, headsets, stands or literally anything else you can think of, gamers have loved them. For good reason too, why wouldn’t we want a stand […]

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Strange Brigade Review

From Oxford based Rebellion we have Strange Brigade, a very British third-person shooter with a strong tinge of Indiana Jones. Rebellion was previously best known for the Sniper Elite series which explains this title’s historical roots. This isn’t some boring historical retrospective, you’ll be fending off giant scorpions, mummies, minotaurs and pretty much any other […]

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Celebrating Team17’s 100th game: Their top ten

It’s really an immense achievement. 100 different games. From developed to published, from Arcade Pool to Leisure Suit Larry to Yooka Laylee, Team17 have been everywhere and done everything. With PLANET ALPHA they’ve hit their centenary. Over the course of 28 years, the British company has built a huge catalog, from its publishing branch which […]

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1C Company Gamescom roundup: Stygian, Deep Sky Derelicts, Devil’s Hunt and more

The 1C Company brought a very wide variety of games to Gamescom 2018. Ranging from unique Indies to big AAA efforts there was something on show for everyone. Here I’m going to run through some of what I saw or played and highlight some of the top games on offer. If you want to know […]

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Dying Light 2 Gamescom Preview
Your Choices... Your World

Never has a video game tagline captured the spirit more accurately than Techland have with Dying Light 2. Rather than flying through an in-depth preview breaking down every individual detail, I’m going to make a choice to create a narrative. The purpose will be to use developer examples to illustrate how you, the player, will […]

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THQ Gamescom blowout: Biomutant gameplay impressions, Townsmen VR’s charm and Fade to Silence impressive survival narrative

Before I even boarded a flight THQ Nordic had already blown me away at this year’s Gamescom. With the most varied gaming line up, from AAA blockbusters to quirky VR titles and anything else in between, there really was a strong effort here to show that the publisher is back and better than ever. So […]

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