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Review: Gran Turismo 6

The Gran Turismo series has, since day 1, been a chance for car lovers to build up a garage of their dream cars (as well as a bewildering collection …

Review: Knack

When the Playstation 4 was revealed most people were expecting a next-gen hardcore powerhouse to be the first game shown to the awaiting fans, but …

Review: X Rebirth

In the build up to X:Rebirth’s release a few trailers were sent out by the developer showing amazing looking dog fights in space, jumping to light …

Review: Race the Sun

Some games just don’t need to have intricate multi-layered depth, or a big story, or a big shooty multiplayer element. Some games are happy being …

Review: Velocity Ultra

Watching a video of Velocity Ultra being played makes it look like a dauntingly difficult game. Scrolling screens are stressful for a neurotic like …

Review: Gomo

Being British, there aren’t many more emotional stories than a man and his dog, and that’s the exact storyline used for Daedalic …

Review: Need for Speed: Rivals

Need for Speed is back, and with this version probably being the last we’ll see on the outgoing generation of consoles it was difficult to know what …

Review: Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs

There is nothing to fear, but fear itself. Rubbish. Try walking around a blood-spattered meat factory with nothing to light the way other than a …

Preview: GoD Factory: Wingmen

Nine Dots Studios have had a tough time trying to get their up-coming spacecraft, dog-fighting, team-based, shooter game (that’s definitely the …

Battlefield 4 PS3 Review

It wasn’t all that long ago that I hadn’t played a Battlefield game, and despite plenty of people telling me it was the “thinking man’s Call of Duty” …

Review: Journey of a Roach

Point-and-click adventure games are a dying breed which I think is a terrible shame, because while they make me feel incredibly dim-witted I do …

Review: A-Men 2

I don’t tend to take gameplay personally, I’m usually well balanced enough to divorce my emotions from bad choices in game design. But I swear …

Review: The Wolf Among Us – Episode 1

Looking back at recent titles by Telltale Games tells its own story. The Back to the Future and Walking Dead series, even Poker Night 2 have all been …

Review: Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

After three years of the Assassin’s Creed II based adventures of Ezio Auditore fans of the series were ready for a change of scenery so last …

Review: Proteus

Proteus kicks off with you waking up in the sea facing an unknown island with no idea what you’re looking for, no idea what you’re meant to be doing …