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Amnesia: The Dark Descent is a survival horror game first released in 2010 for PC by Frictional Games. Amnesia: Justine is a short expansion for the original game and Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs is an indirect sequel set in the same world as the original. The Amnesia Collection brings … Continue reading

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Beat em up. I’d rather be beat up. Super Dungeon Bros sets you out on a path to travel through dungeons in a quest to basically get some new gear for your heroes. Story wise the game starts promising with some beautiful animated cut scenes which could well be within … Continue reading

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Stories: The Path of Destinies is a dungeon crawler/action RPG style game, its hard to define Stories in just one genre due to its many aspects. You begin the game as Reynardo; a pirate fox with a mission to overthrow the oppressive space emperor with the help of the rouge … Continue reading

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Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition I’m not a big RPG fan, but when offered the chance to review Divinity I figured I’d give it a go. From the outset, you choose your two characters; customise their appearance, and more importantly their abilities and stats.  As a new player I selected … Continue reading

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Three Fourths Home, simply put is not a game but an interactive story, with branching story lines, much like the old choose your adventure books (that we used to hold the page to make sure we made the right choice). I won’t go into the detail of the story as … Continue reading

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Bright colours and stunning vistas are what keeps Firewatch in your mind and what makes you want to keep playing this brilliant game. You play as Hank, a man in his early 40s who is plagued by personal problems with his only means of escape is to take a job for the … Continue reading

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HITMAN GO: DEFINITIVE EDITION AGENT 47’S GREATEST HITS? Hitman GO was originally released on IOS, Windows Phone and Android by Square Enix as a Mobile Puzzler/Digital Boardgame based on the Hitman series of games back in 2014. It is finally now gracing the PlayStation 4 and Vita in a cross … Continue reading

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  Klaus With the PSN choc-a-block with platformers does this latest entry from La Cosa Entertainment rise to the top or does it drown along with the many others that have tried… Generally it’s OK for a Puzzle Platformer not to have story line as long as the puzzles are just right, … Continue reading