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Unpacking Review

In a gaming landscape where bigger is better, Unpacking is something else entirely. There are no cutscenes, no sob story, no need to pretend your charming protagonist isn’t a multiple murderer. There’s just a lot of boxes. A LOT of boxes. And it’s your job to empty all those boxes. Doing so is simple, and there’s hardly any rules to where you can put something (at least up to a point). Moving house is surprisingly relaxing when you can quick…

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SteamWorld Headhunter Revealed

A new SteamWorld game was revealed at Thunderful Games digital event today! We have the details below. SteamWorld Headhunter was revealed during Thunderful Games digital event, Thunderful World, today. In a press release we received it was described as “a stylised and colourful, third-person co-op action adventure with a head-popping twist.” It will be keeping “the style and charm that’s helped make SteamWorld such a beloved franchise” while taking the franchise into a 3D world. On Twitter, Thunderful Games added…

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Peppa Pig (Stadia)

Outright Games are at it again, the last few months have been absolute insane with game releases. My Friend Peppa was one of my most anticipated titles to be released. Having toddlers at home, Peppa has been a staple in our family for years. Get ready to explore Peppa’s world.

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Forza Horizon 5 Review

How do you perfect on perfection? That was the problem facing Playground when they came to create a sequel to the already incredible Forza Horizon 5. And you know what? They managed it. That’s not to say that it’s a massive improvement. Quite the opposite in fact. This is not a revolutionary experience. You’re not going to rethink the racing genre off the back of this game. But do you need to? When a game is this much fun, when…

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Ben 10: Power Trip on Stadia

It's been a long while since I took a Ben 10 game for a spin, but thanks to our friends at Google, we had that opportunity over the weekend. And while it's not the longest game available on the platform, it probably fits nicely with the audience the game is targeting - kids! 

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The GTA Trilogy Remaster is Just Wrong – And I Want It

Re-releasing Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City and San Andreas with only a handful of improvements is ridiculous. It’s lazy. It’s outrageous. But the GTA Trilogy Remaster is something I’m totally down for. Here’s the problem: these three games are incredibly good. More than that, they ooze nostalgia. To play them with improved controls and graphics will restore them back to the level I thought they were back in the early noughties. Believe me, I know that releasing the GTA…

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Age of Empires 4 – The List Review

Welcome to our first ever "The List Review" segments on GamesReviews.com. We are looking at Age of Empires 4, kindly provided by Xbox Canada, and reviewed by Seth Roffel. List reviews will be quick reviews on popular franchises where the core gameplay is well known, but some of the specific ins and outs of the title might not be so apparent. So, without further ado, our The List Review for Age of Empires IV!

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Silicon City Where your Dream City Become True

Ever Wonder when you wake up in the morning, after getting a cup of coffee and as soon as you are ready to start the day, you look outside and wonder who the architecture is who design this amazing city I am living now. Well now you can take the role of a city-builder in this fun Simulation Game Called Silicon City from Polycorne where you have the power to bring out your creativity in this amazing game to build one of the best cities where all your citizens will be happy.

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Let’s Build a Zoo Coming November 5th and We’ve Played It!

If you've been itching to play a new Zoo Tycoon inspired adventure on your PC, then Let's Build a Zoo might scratch that itch. While it is definitely much different than classic Zoo Tycoon, there is enough the same to scratch that nostalgic itch and enough new to keep you entertained for hours on end. I've been playing it a bit, and have enjoyed the experience so far.

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Five ways of Improving Your Laptop Life

The new normal means so many of us are still working from home. That’s good for many, many reasons, but there are still a few issues. In particular, companies do insist on making us use their terrible, usually cheap laptops or tablets to connect back to the office. Not every computer can be a top of the line Apple product, or thousands of pounds. Not every laptop needs to be. But when you’re stuck on one tiny screen, with no…

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