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Crypt of the Necrodancer (PC) – Review

Crypt of the Necrodancer is based on the classic roguelike style – you’re exploring a randomly-generated, tile-based dungeon, and enemies move each time you do. Except all that movement is set to a 8-bit techno/disco soundtrack...
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The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (PC) Review

If you’re a point and click adventure fan this is a must buy.
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Tales From The Borderlands: Atlas Mugged (PC) Review

I’d have bet you good money that I’d never be saying this but Tales from the Borderlands is shaping up to be one of my favourite Telltale titles to date. You can just see how much effort has gone in to make this game appear un...
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Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (PC) Review

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number is an enjoyable sequel that doesn't quite reach the heights of its predecessor. While trying to change things up, with the different characters and the larger and more varied environments, it pull...
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Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty (PC) Review

New ‘n’ Tasty is a fantastic marriage of a really well designed puzzle platformer and a deep, social story that is just as meaningful now as it was back when it was originally released. You can tell that Just Add Water have cra...

 
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Over 9,000 Zombies! (PC) review

Because 8,999 zombies would never be enough... Survive the twin-stick shooter zombie apocalypse, in a game that has simplicity as both its strength and weakness.
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Total War: Attila (PC) review

Total War: Attila is one part history lesson and many parts strategic thinking. It may seem intimidating but does welcome you in with advice rather than commands. Some menus can feel unintuitive, but the battles are well-stream...
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Cities XXL (PC) Review

Cities XXL feels like a missed opportunity. It's still a solid city building game, and is a nice distraction if you were burned by SimCity. But it's almost entirely the same as the previous game in the Cities XL series, with ...