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8 Score

Time Carnage – Review (PSVR)

Time travelling shooter Time Carnage blasts onto PSVR this week and we're here to decipher whether it's worth your time, or a waste of time. Let'...
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8 Score

Masters of Anima – Review (PS4)

At first glance I thought Masters of Anima seemed like a very simple hack, slash and leg it sort of game. I was very wrong. Colourful graphics an...
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8.5 Score

Tesla vs Lovecraft – Review (PS4/Nintendo Switch)

10tons are no strangers to the top down shooter. Crimsonland gave us a bleak, dangerous and desolate place. Neon Chrome was a challenging cyberpu...
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9 Score

Minit – Review (PS4)

In Minit, you can only play for 60 seconds at a time before you die. Why? Because you've picked up a cursed sword. It means you're going to need ...
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7.5 Score

Enigmatis 3: The Shadow of Karkhala – Review (PS4)

Crack open the digestives and put a pot of tea on, it’s that time again. Artifex Mundi have brought us the final instalment of the Enigmatis seri...
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7.5 Score

Alteric – Review (Nintendo Switch)

Remember Thomas Was Alone? You know, the one with the coloured blocks but they had personalities and stuff? It was adorable, wasn't it? Well now ...
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8 Score

The American Dream – Review (PSVR)

Depending on your view of guns, Samurai Punk's VR game The American Dream is either a much needed wake up call for gun loving patriots or a highl...
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Steredenn: Binary Stars – Review (Nintendo Switch)

Steredenn: Binary Stars from Pixelnest Studio has one simple premise, blast everything you see on screen into smithreens. Up for one hell of a ch...
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Surviving Mars – Review (PS4)

Fed up with terrible traffic? The council not picking up your rubbish on time? Local pub drawing in the riff raff? Maybe it’s time to move. How d...
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9 Score

The Council Episode 1: The Mad Ones – Review (PS4)

Bar the excellent Life is Strange, I've recently felt a bit worn out on the narrative adventure genre. I really am a little Telltale'd out to be ...
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