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Never Alone (PS4) Review

I can’t recommend Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) highly enough to anyone willing to immerse themselves in the world and culture on offer. For me it simply is one of the stand-out titles of 2014.
 
 
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The Marvellous Miss Take (PC) Review

The Marvellous Miss Take certainly earns it's name. It's a great fun game to kill a few minutes, and there's enough variety and challenge to keep you interested. The guards being unpredictable adds to the sense of danger in t...

 
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EGX London: Interview with Ollie Clarke (LA Cops)

LA Cops is set in the 1970s – at least, as cop movies of the 70s presented things, which is to say nobody’s morals are entirely clean, and there are some very impressive moustaches on display. At EGX London Games Fiends h...
 
 
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Train Fever (PC) Review

The year is 1850. You are about to embark on building a transport empire that will provide train, bus and tram travel to the masses. Can you turn that three million dollar loan from the bank into a profitable company that will ...

 
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Never Alone Hands-On Preview

From the 20 minutes or so of play we experienced I’d certainly say it’s one of the titles to look out for this holiday season and a sure fire selection for hidden gem of 2014 if the finished product continues the solid slice on...

 
 
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A Light In Chrous Hands-On Preview

A Light in Chorus demonstrates a number of things.
 
 
PS4
 
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The Swapper (PS4) Review

The Swapper might have been out for over a year on the PC but, criminally, many have never heard its name.  Despite numerous indie awards and huge critical acclaim Facepalm’s platform puzzler still has people going “The what?”.

 
 
PC
 
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The Last Tinker: City of Colors (PC) Review

The Last Tinker: City of Colors is a breath of fresh air, especially to an old platform gamer such as myself. It was only as I sat playing this, instead of Watch_Dogs on my PS4 that I realised just how much I needed this game....

 
 
EGX
 
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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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Chuck’s Challenge 3D (PC) Review

An enjoyable and addictive puzzler which will appeal to all fans of the genre – especially those who remember the original Chip's Challenge