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High Noon VR (PC / Rift) Review

High Noon VR is a cut above the middle of the pack but does little to excel.
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Tower 57 (PC) review

In a dystopian future, big guns prove useful; who'd have guessed? Games Fiends blasts through twin-stick shooter Tower 57.
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 (PC) Review

While on the pitch Konami are doing a great job they are still lacking in key areas.
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Nidhogg 2 (PC) review

GamesFiends take a look to see if Nidhogg 2 can match the levels of balanced, multiplayer fun as in its original.
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Solstice Chronicles: MIA (PC) review

It is the duty of every lone soldier to be ready for hordes of rampaging mutants, especially those posted to Mars. Thankfully Solstice Chronicles: MIA make this duty enjoyable.

 
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The Walking Dead: A New Frontier (PC) Review

Overall Season 3 of Telltale’s The Walking Dead, The New Frontier, stands as my second favourite in the franchise, offering a wider social look at the impact of the disaster through the lives it has touched.
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Drifting Lands (PC) review

You would think that the mixing of a traditional shoot-em-up and the grind of an action-RPG should be an unholy fusion not fit for polite conversation. Yet Drifting Lands pulls the two genres together, and almost makes them meet.
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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap (PC) Review

Lizard Cube have done an incredible remaster for Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap. It’s faithful, to a fault, and absolutely beautiful to listen to and watch.