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    Step Into The Dark Side With The Darkside Detective

    Gaming Editor Roshni Patel puts on her deerstalker for a spot of supernatural detective work in Spooky Doorway's The Darkside Detective

    Written by Roshni Patel on 19th May 2018


    Keeping It Fresh With Funky Kong

    Gaming Editor Sam Nason is feeling both hot and cold playing about Nintendo's latest port, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

    Written by Sam Nason on 13th May 2018


    Review: Disc Jam

    James Law gets his tennis shoes on to play Disc Jam: a Switch game that succeeds in its simplicity yet fails to crank up the pressure.

    Written by James Law on 2nd May 2018


    Review: Far Cry 5

    Gaming writer Zak Hughes reviews Far Cry 5 - a gorgeous, refined shooter that feels a little too familiar to its predecessors

    Written by Zak Hughes on 29th April 2018


    Review: Minit

    Christopher Hall reviews Minit: a pleasant indie game which might be worth your while depending on what you like in your video games

    Written by Christopher Hall on 15th April 2018


    Review: Gorogoa

    Christopher Hall reviews the critically acclaimed Gorogoa - the puzzle game sending waves from players and developers through the gaming industry

    Written by Christopher Hall on 11th April 2018


    Insomnia | Review: 2000:1: A Space Felony

    Murder mystery fan James Law reviews the latest short and intriguing mystery from National Insecurities, 2000:1: A Space Felony

    Written by James Law on 6th April 2018


    Review: Quake Champions

    Zak Barlow reviews Quake Champions, an arena-shooter which has many things right, but one key thing wrong

    Written by Zak Barlow on 28th March 2018


    Review: Immortal Redneck

    Zak Hughes reviews Immortal Redneck - a first-person-dungeon-clearing shoot-em-up with enough charm and enjoyment to at least peak your interest

    Written by Zak Hughes on 21st March 2018


    Review: Night in the Woods

    James Law reviews a surprisingly different game with mystery, emotion, and complexity - Night in the Woods

    Written by James Law on 15th March 2018


    Review: Aviary Attorney

    James Law reviews Aviary Attorney, and reminds us as gamers to try new and different things as you never know what you might find

    Written by James Law on 14th March 2018


    Super Mario Odyssey – Balloon World Update

    Sam Nason jumps into the free Super Mario Odyssey update which includes Luigi's very own Balloon World!

    Written by Sam Nason on 5th March 2018
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