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Rise of the Tomb Raider Review

I thoroughly enjoyed the 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider, although the way the game leaned into grotesque murder and quick time events always left a sour taste in my mouth. Luckily, Rise of The Tomb Raider shows not only a maturity in Lara’s character but also in the approach to the finished product. Picking up […]

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Review: The Deadly Tower of Monsters

The Deadly Tower of Monsters is a new twin-stick style shooter from Atlus that has you climbing a deadly tower, in which you fight monsters. As one would suspect from the name. Heavily stylised as an homage to the B-Movie horror flicks that so typified 1950’s and 60’s science fiction, you will encounter shoddy ape […]

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The Flame in the Flood Preview

“A rogue-lite river journey through the backwaters of a forgotten post-social America. Forage, craft and evade predators” The Flame in the Flood caught my attention a few months ago. A kickstarter from the art director of the Bioshock series, as well as a team of veterans from Bioshock, Halo and Guitar Hero. Not a bad […]

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Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition – PS4

Initially released in 2012 to a mostly positive reception and as a sequel- to the 2010 original Darksiders game. After the demise of Vigil Games & THQ, Darksiders 2 has been resurrected by new publisher Nordic Games, with a vision of imposing life back into the franchise. For anyone not in the know and who […]

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Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch – Tyranid Invasion

It’s a pretty good time to be a gamer and Games Workshop fan. There’s a slew of games that have been announced or are in development covering the breadth of Games Workshop universes. And while the ten-sided dice and miniature painting may not appeal to everyone, I’ve heard space marines make for pretty good video game fodder these […]


GALAK-Z Review

GALAK-Z, the second game from indie developers 17-Bit, is a procedurally generated 2D space shmup heavily inspired by 80s sci-fi, available on PS4 and Steam. The game’s events begin just after A-Tak, an inexperienced but ambitious fighter pilot escapes an ambush that almost completely wipes out his fleet. It soon becomes clear that it’s up […]