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Bridge Constructor review: Civil engineering
2 years ago

Bridge Constructor review: Civil engineering

If I told you there was a game with the sole objective of building bridges, you might think I was crazy or that the game couldn't possibly have any depth. …
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Whispering Willows review: A haunting night
2 years ago

Whispering Willows review: A haunting night

'Twas the night of a haunting, with a girl on a jog, not a creature was stirring, except for a frog. Well, there were a few other mysterious guests too. Whispering Willows is the adventure Read More

Adventures of Pip review: Big heroes come in small packages
2 years ago

Adventures of Pip review: Big heroes come in small packages

Over the past 20-30 years, gaming has come a long way. In their infancy, video game consoles had just 8-bits, with characters that were nothing more than a box with …
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Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians review: Deep sea groove
2 years ago

Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians review: Deep sea groove

Rhythm-based games are a rarity, typically only cropping up on arcade machines in movie theaters and the typical fare from Bemani. While there was a brief resurgence of the genre …
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Beyond Eyes review: A walk on the blind side
2 years ago

Beyond Eyes review: A walk on the blind side

Beyond Eyes is an unusual game, telling the story of a young girl named Rae who lost her sight in a freak accident. Rae lives a lonely life Read More

Commander Cherry's Puzzled Journey review: Perplexing fun?
2 years ago

Commander Cherry's Puzzled Journey review: Perplexing fun?

Commander Cherry's Puzzled Journey may be one of the strangest games to be released on the Xbox One to date. Heralded as the world's one and only yoga-action-platformer, Commander Cherry lets gamers stretch and platform in unexpected ways. Read More

Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings Q&A: Baseball Almost Went Post-Apocalyptic
2 years ago

Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings Q&A: Baseball Almost Went Post-Apocalyptic

We recently had the opportunity to talk to Metalhead Software Co-Founder  Scott Drader about Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings.

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Super Mega Baseball: Extra innings Review: R.I.S.P.
2 years ago

Super Mega Baseball: Extra innings Review: R.I.S.P.

When 2k Games ceased publishing its 2K baseball series, Xbox owners were left without any alternative in the genre. MLB stepped in with its revival of R.B.I. Baseball to fill the void, but most were not charmed by the lackluster attempt at arcade-style nostalgia. And so Xbox-owning baseball gamers continued to wait. Now, Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings has stepped up to the plate, and the first pitch is on the way.

Super Mega Baseball Review

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King's Quest Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember review: Golden Graham
2 years ago

King's Quest Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember review: Golden Graham

In this very first chapter of King's Quest, The Odd Gentlemen have delivered an old school adventure that works well as a single episode, but also sets the scene for the rest of the series very nicely indeed. Read More

How the dead are walking to The Escapists
2 years ago

How the dead are walking to The Escapists

The guys at Team 17 don't know me, but I know them. Or at least, I know of them. You see, when I cast my mind back to almost 20 years ago, I remember picking up an unassuming looking PlayStation game called Worms. It was pretty unusual to have internet access back then, and when I cautiously traded in two or three of my used games for Team 17's first multiplatform release, I had no idea just how amazing a game it would prove to be. Read More

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