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  • REVIEW

    Review: The Council

    Although the gameplay and story of The Council seem dreamy, the visuals are more of a nightmare says Gaming's Zak Hughes

    Written by Zak Hughes on 17th July 2018

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    Review: A Way Out

    The PoorShank Redemption, Gaming critics James Honke and Zak Hughes review A Way Out, another over hyped game that failed to deliver

    Written by Zak Hughes & James Honke on 27th June 2018

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    Review: Vampyr

    Gaming critic Galen Reich faces impossible dilemmas and deeply flawed characters in Dontnod's latest action RPG Vampyr

    Written by Galen Reich on 12th June 2018

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    Review: Rumu

    Imogen Claire takes control of a tiny cleaner robot in Rumu: a game that probes the problems of integrating technology into human lives.

    Written by imogenc on 11th June 2018

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    Review: Lake Ridden

    Gaming Editor Roshni Patel review's Midnight Hub's first game, Lake Ridden, a story with a touch of the supernatural

    Written by Roshni Patel on 1st June 2018

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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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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
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