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Teslagrad review: Shock treatment
2 months ago

Teslagrad review: Shock treatment

Cutting right to the chase, Teslagrad is a beautiful, intriguing, challenging and often incredibly frustrating game blending Metroidvania-style progression with fairly complex 2D puzzle-platforming. It's a mix that should and …
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Unravel shares the secrets to storytelling with music
3 months ago

Unravel shares the secrets to storytelling with music

Coldwood Interactive have revealed how they are using music as a story telling device in their adorable upcoming platformer Unravel. Creative Director Martin Sahlin explained that Unravel’s story is told …
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Frizzy review: A really, really, really bad hair day
4 months ago

Frizzy review: A really, really, really bad hair day

Every now and then a game comes along that is so spectacular, so wonderful, so utterly compelling that it simply reduces mere mortal reviewers to a stream of incoherent superlatives …
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Penarium review: The greatest show on earth
7 months ago

Penarium review: The greatest show on earth

Penarium may very well be the most fun I’ve had so far on the Xbox One. That probably sounds like a pretty strong statement, but it’s the truth. This is …
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Inside My Radio Review: Jamming to the beat
7 months ago

Inside My Radio Review: Jamming to the beat

The rhythm and music genre may not be the juggernaut it used to be, but a new era of games requiring you to keep the beat is here. Riding the …
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Commander Cherry's Puzzled Journey review: Perplexing fun?
8 months 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

Legend of Kay – Anniversary review: At least it has cats?
9 months ago

Legend of Kay – Anniversary review: At least it has cats?

Some games are highly revered, their creators lauded for their successes. Others are woefully panned and hated by the general audience. Others still exist merely to fade Read More

So Many Me review (Xbox One)
10 months ago

So Many Me review (Xbox One)

So Many Me, so little time. It was me all along. There is no I in team, but there is me. Don't worry, the me jokes will keep on coming. Read More

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