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No Man’s Sky PS4 Review

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Hello Games has finally released the eagerly anticipated title, No Man’s Sky. This game showed a lot of promise upon reveal but can it live up to the hype that everyone expected it to be? Gameplay I am not alone in being one of the people who got sucked in by the hype of No Man’s Sky. The original concept Continue Reading...

UNO Xbox One Review

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UNO would certainly have to be one of my favourite card games growing up as a child.  It was extremely fun, caused immense amounts of rage and was responsible for the loss of many friends and family over games gone badly.  But still, UNO draws you in to its clutches and is constantly evolving and offering new ways to play Continue Reading...

Fallout 4: Far Harbor DLC Xbox One Review

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Far Harbor is the first major story driven expansion that takes place on a whole new island that’s separated from the commonwealth.  It’s cold, wet foggy and endlessly gloomy, but there is plenty here to see and do and it won’t be something you’ll finish in a mere two hours.  Get set for a new adventure, new perks, new characters, Continue Reading...

Anno 2205: Wildwater Bay and Tundra DLC PC Review

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Anno 2205 is a city building, economic game at its heart and this is more than enhanced with the addition of all the DLC packs. Two of them, Wildwater Bay and the Tundra add new sectors for you to control. Wildwater Bay brings back another character from Anno 2070, with the sector project to uncover his buried treasure. This area Continue Reading...

Song of the Deep PS4 Review

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Song of the Deep from Insomniac games tells us the tale of Merryn, a young girl who crafts a makeshift submarine to search for her father who went missing while fishing. As she explores the depths of the ocean she finds clues of her father’s whereabouts including creatures and locations her father once told her of. Gameplay Song of the deep Continue Reading...

Ashes of the Singularity PC Review

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A long time fan of the RTS genre, I couldn’t help but follow this with some excitement. I wanted this to be something that made me go wow. It did for the wrong reasons unfortunately. There’s a good game in here, it could be great, but right now it’s just good. No particularly new ideas are here, but they are Continue Reading...

Batman: Arkham Underworld iOS Review

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The greater Arkham universe now comes to the iPad and allows you to take command of your own gang. Filled with crazy knife wielders through the gunmen and even assassins. Plenty of options wait for you here. As well, build your hideout, a small collection of rooms, to a complex structure with a lab, vault and more. Gameplay Like many Continue Reading...