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ArchLord 2 open beta – first impressions

ArchLord 2 went into open beta last week - bringing with it a lot of grinding. A LOT. But at present PvP quickly descends into chaotic mashing, and the costs for crafting and modification need to be balanced better to income at...

 
 
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Terrian Saga: KR-17 logo
Terrian Saga: KR-17 logo

Terrian Saga: KR-17 (PC) review

Terrian Saga: KR-17 feels like a tribute. It isn't trying to be new, but it does old very, very well – and whether it interests you is likely to depend on whether you see that as something out-dated or as old-school fun.

 
 
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Ionball 2: Ionstorm logo
Ionball 2: Ionstorm logo

Ionball 2: Ionstorm (PC) review

Ionball 2: Ionstorm presents a range of creative levels to be played through, though they can also become overly busy, concealing the ball and cutting down reaction time in a game that is entirely based on reactions. Despite th...

 
 
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Concursion logo
Concursion logo

Concursion (PC) review

One game, that is five games, that make one game - Concursion should not work and yet does. The game sits solidly in a "difficult yet fair" bracket for most of the time, rewarding quick thinking and quick reactions to ...

 
 
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Fist of Awesome logo
Fist of Awesome logo

FIST OF AWESOME (PC) review

FIST OF AWESOME is a title to play in short bursts, fitting for a game coming from mobile systems. Gamers who remember the titles of the late 80s should receive a burst of nostalgia from the pixelated graphics and chiptune soun...


 
 
 
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Qbeh-1 - The Atlas Cube logo
Qbeh-1 - The Atlas Cube logo

QBEH-1 – The Atlas Cube (PC) review

Qbeh-1 - The Atlas Cube is fairly linear, but many of the puzzles have enough flexibility that you will feel able to leave your own fingerprint on them; combined with it being relaxing and occasionally tense, and you end up wit...

 
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Alien Isolation logo
Alien Isolation logo

EGX Rezzed: Alien: Isolation hands-on

Say what you like about the Ripley family, there’s no denying that they have a gene marked “tough as steel”. We saw Ellen Ripley press through the odds in three Alien movies (and her clone show the same streng...

 
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Concursion logo
Concursion logo

EGX Rezzed: Interview with Danny Garfield, “Concursion”

Games have regularly mixed genres, but rarely has it been for more than brief steps into minigames – solving a puzzle, responding to a QTE and the like. And where game types meet, it is often with clearly defined sections – hav...


 
 
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EGX London logo
EGX London logo

EGX London tickets have gone on sale

Just taking a quick break from adding to the EGX Rezzed articles (and there are more to come – it was a busy weekend!). However, it’s worth mentioning that tickets to Rezzed’s big brother, EGX London – f...

 
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Peer Productions logo
Peer Productions logo

EGX Rezzed: Interview with Jason Orbaum, “NotGTAV”

Jason Orbaum is a veteran of the games industry, having worked as a designer for Domark, King of the Jungle and Virtuality in the 90s. However, as a self-described drifter between games, music and theatre, when Virtuality went ...