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Review: One Finger Death Punch

Click here to read my review of One Finger Death Punch, written for Bored Gamers.

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Review: Jazzpunk

This review was also published on The Latest. Jazzpunk’s rapid-fire humour and surreal style make a great first impression, but unfortunately it quickly outwears its welcome.

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Review: Loadout

This review was also published on The Latest. Loadout‘s goofy style and clever gameplay make it damn good fun, but its relatively light selection of content makes me question its longevity.

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Review: True Detective: Episodes 1, 2 & 3

You’d be forgiven for thinking, based on its advertising, that HBO’s latest offering True Detective is just another big budget American crime drama – a veritable drop in the ocean. It isn’t. What it is, isn’t exactly easy to say

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Review: Broken Age Act 1

I backed Broken Age. You backed Broken Age. We all backed Broken Age, before it even had a name. It was a historic moment – the ushering in of a new era of crowd-funded game development. For better or worse,

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Review: The Wolf Among Us – Episode 1

Telltale Games have a lot to prove going in to The Wolf Among Us. Following the huge success of the wonderful and heartbreaking The Walking Dead, the question on everyone’s lips has been ‘Can they do it again?’. A fair question,

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Review: SteamWorld Dig

SteamWorld Dig recently popped up on Steam after originally launching half a year ago on the handheld 3DS. With the near-universal praise it received on that system, I knew I had to check it out on PC.

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Review: Burial At Sea – Episode 1

Burial At Sea – Episode 1 is the latest piece of downloadable content for BioShock Infinite, and is the first entry in what will be a two-part story. It sees protagonists Booker and Elizabeth transposed from the sky to the sea,

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Review: Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons

Brothers is a supremely confidently-made game, almost arrogant; it takes huge risks at almost every level, pulls it off spectacularly every time, and then points triumphantly at its own success. This is a studio showing off exactly what they can

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Review: Pigsy’s Perfect 10

Pigsy’s Perfect 10 is the DLC bundled in with the recently ported (and recently reviewed by me) Enslaved: Odyssey to the West Premium Edition. It’s what makes it so premium. It’s one of the best pieces of DLC I’ve ever played.

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