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Lies of P Review

If you’d have told me that one of my favourite games of 2023 would be a Soulslike based on Pinocchio, I’d have laughed and laughed. And yet here we are. Lies of P takes the formula perfected by From in Dark Souls and Elden Ring and makes an impressive job at replicating it. This is addictive, dark and fun. It’s also difficult. Arguably it’s more difficult than some of the From games. But as always in this genre, there is…

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The Crew Motorfest Review

It’s hard to put out a racing game today and not be compared to things like Forza or Gran Tourismo, which are the cream of the crop in the gaming world to be honest. But Ubisoft tries their damnedest with The Crew Motorfest. Eight years ago, with THE CREW 1, they  brought to life a vision of a shared open world filled with car adventures. They gave players the opportunity to experience the illegal street racing fantasy in the whole…

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Final Fantasy XVI (No Spoilers) Review

Final Fantasy has struggled with itself for a good long time. How do you recreate the scale and majesty of a massive SNES or even PS1 game in the HD era? The answer, for a long time, was that you just don’t. You stick to narrow corridors, or scale back the story. Maybe you confine your characters to a car for long journeys, with passing landmarks doing just and only that. With Final Fantasy VII Remake and now Final Fantasy…

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Two Point Campus Medical School DLC Review

Two Point Hospital and Two Point Campus have been some go-to cozy gaming of mine for the past couple of years. Harking back to Theme Hospital back on the PC, where I also spent waaay too much time playing, the series has been a comfort food sort of gaming experience for me since then. A brilliant mix of humour, simulation, and fun make it a good time had by all. Now Two Point Studios introduces its latest DLC instalment for…

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Madden 24 Review

There are very few things you can count on in life. What’s the saying go the only sure thing are death and taxes? Well, I would say the only sure things are Call of Duty and Madden…yes, it’s that time of year again. The air gets a little crisper, the beers get a little more pumpkin-y, and it’s time for that Sunday tradition of FOOTBALL. So of course, we need our annual installment in the Madden series to allow us…

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Broforce Forever (Xbox Series X)

When America needs to dole out some democracy, there’s only one gang of soldiers brave enough to answer the call: the Broforce. Made up of familiar (but not too familiar) faces from favourite action films and TV series of the 80s and 90s, you get to chew gum and kick ass through dozens of hilariously funny levels. And while the original game came out in 2015, Broforce Forever – the final update – was released earlier this month. And it’s…

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Bramble: The Mountain King Review

Bramble: The Mountain King first got my attention after seeing a few TikToks highlighting some of the gameplay. To me it looked like a blend of Little Nightmares mixed with fairytale like story building. Once it hit consoles and was available to play on Game Pass I figured it was time to check it out. What I experienced went from a heartwarming and quirky fairytale and turned into a dark, macabre, and nightmarish experience I won’t soon forget. This makes…

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Final Fantasy IX Remake Could Be Good

Final Fantasy IX was a timeless celebration of everything the franchise had been up to that point. It celebrated the best of the SNES classics, while improving on what we had loved about VII and VIII. With X, a new era began, and things have never quite been the same. And that’s why fans are rightfully worried about the upcoming Final Fantasy IX remake. It hasn’t been officially announced yet. But it was on the Geforce leak and insiders have…

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Venba Review

Video games tend not to be simple stories of home life. Guys with guns sell so much better. But unlike film and television, where there’s a healthy market for things that escue the blockbuster, in gaming not so much. Even without the giant budgets, indie games usually follow the same rules of killing, competition, sex and violence as their bigger, more expensive brothers. That’s what makes titles like Venba so special. Sweet, fascinating and best finished in a single sitting,…

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Gimmick! Special Edition Review

Gimmick!, released in Scandinavia as Mr. Gimmick, is a platform video game developed and published by Sunsoft, and originally released in Japan for the NES in 1992. The story follows a small green yōkai named Yumetaro who was mistakenly gifted as a toy to a young girl. After the girl’s toys come to life and whisk the girl away to another dimension, Yumetaro gives chase to save her. Playing as Yumetaro, the player must maneuver through a variety of levels,…

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