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9 Score

Glass Masquerade – Review (PS4)

Inspired by Art Deco and stained-glass artisans of the 20th century, Glass Masquerade is a fine and elegant puzzler. There's nothing quite like i...
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8.5 Score

The Hong Kong Massacre – Review (PS4)

With a rocking game title like The Hong Kong Massacre, you kinda know what's coming your way. Think John Wick, think trails of dead bodies, huge ...
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8 Score

R-Type Dimensions EX – Review (PS4 & Nintendo Switch)

I just love a good shoot'em up and the PS4 and Nintendo Switch are definitely the places to be in that regard. Both consoles are not short on shm...
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8 Score

The Council – Episode 5: Checkmate – Review (PS4)

The Council has been a really thought provoking journey, and as it nears the finish line I'm left hoping that the ending brings it all home, rath...
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9 Score

Party Hard – Review (Nintendo Switch)

In Party Hard, you're not quite the life of the party. You're pretty much the opposite. Maybe you should have a few drinks, mingle and get your b...
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8 Score

Steel Rats – Review (PS4)

Tate Multimedia are no stranger to the motorbike stunt bike racer genre. In the past they have tempted us into some sweet biking adventures. From...
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8 Score

The Shapeshifting Detective – Review (PS4)

After really enjoying The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker earlier this year it was music to my ears that the makers have a new game. Like Doc...
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9 Score

GRIP – Review (PS4)

With a development team that are no stranger to the vehicle combat genre, Grip comes made with a pedigree of talent. Inspired by Rollcage, this g...
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8 Score

Call of Cthulhu – Review (PS4)

Ever get that creeping feeling that something cold, wet and horrific is shambling towards you in the dark? Well either the cat fell in the toilet...
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6 Score

Fast Striker – Review (PS4/PS Vita)

Since the PS Vita's demise there's really only Ratalaika Games and eastaisasoft giving constant support to the handheld. Damn, if it wasn't for t...
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