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A Year of Horror

A Year of Horror

Chris Evans April 4, 2016 2

Nick has been talking a little bit about horror games recently, it’s made me think about my struggles with horror games, or even just mildly scary games.

It all goes back to 2004, twelve years

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The Art and More of The Division – A Gallery

The Art and More of The Division – A Gallery

Chris Evans March 22, 2016 0

As I've explored the wintery, post-virus New York setting of The Division, I've been a bit trigger happy with my screenshot key as there has been some great artwork, warning messages and other assorted

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Editor’s Blog – I’m a Dinosaur

Editor’s Blog – I’m a Dinosaur

Chris Evans March 11, 2016 4

The last time I wrote anything here on The Reticule, was nigh on three months ago when I delivered my Verdict on Rainbow Six: Siege. Even in the weeks before I wrote about Ubisoft’s hardcore

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Sony Need to Do More on Remote Play

Sony Need to Do More on Remote Play

Chris Evans November 24, 2015 0

You know what is great? The fact that this week, a developer known as Twisted is releasing a Remote Play app for the PC which will allow gamers to play the latest

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The Thames in AC: Syndicate Reminds Me of Something…

The Thames in AC: Syndicate Reminds Me of Something…

Chris Evans November 19, 2015 0

What do you think of when running alongside the Thames in Assassin's Creed: Syndicate? The game, or a moment from your childhood? Chris reveals what the famous river reminds him of.

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Football Manager 2016 – I Think I’ll Pass

Football Manager 2016 – I Think I’ll Pass

Chris Evans November 18, 2015 0

Sports franchises which see a yearly release often go through peaks and troughs in quality. It should be expected when you consider the limited development time on offer, but it is an important thing

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Destiny – My Year Two Adventure

Destiny – My Year Two Adventure

Chris Evans October 27, 2015 0

Things have come a long way since August when I last wrote about Destiny as I've reached Level 40 and completed the bulk of the main story missions across both year one

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EGX 2015 – Day Two Report

EGX 2015 – Day Two Report

Chris Evans September 25, 2015 0

Welcome to my Day Two report from EGX 2015. Today’s Report is brought to you by the power of Domino’s, Strongbow and Netflix. A hearty mix if I might say so myself. I dragged

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EXG 2015 – Day One Report

EXG 2015 – Day One Report

Chris Evans September 24, 2015 0

This year, the biggest annual gaming show in Britain has moved. No longer am I travelling down the M4 to visit EGX in Earl's Court in London while staying in a rip-off hotel. This

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Diablo 3 – Starting the New Season

Diablo 3 – Starting the New Season

Chris Evans September 2, 2015 0

When Diablo 3 first launched, I really enjoyed it and moved past a lot of criticism that came from some of the die hard Diablo fans. When Reaper of Souls came out, I again

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Editor’s Blog – Adventures with Windows 10 (Part One)

Editor’s Blog – Adventures with Windows 10 (Part One)

Chris Evans August 20, 2015 0

As everyone knows by now, Microsoft have released Windows 10 to an expectant public, largely eager for a new system to wipe away the horrors of Windows 8. It also faces the daunting challenge

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Musings on The Taken King and Destiny 2.0

Musings on The Taken King and Destiny 2.0

Chris Evans August 9, 2015 0

Destiny' latest expansion, The Taken King lands in September along with updates for the core game. Is this Destiny 2.0? Will The Taken King be good? Chris muses on what is happening after the

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Clearing The Backlog – The Crew

Clearing The Backlog – The Crew

Chris Evans August 8, 2015 0

Take a pinch of the multitudinous number of activities found in Burnout Paradise, a slice of story (a rarity for driving games) like Driver: San Francisco and a dollop of open-world antics from Fuel.

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Editor’s Blog: Three Weeks, Not Much Gaming – Blame the Cycling

Editor’s Blog: Three Weeks, Not Much Gaming – Blame the Cycling

Chris Evans July 25, 2015 0

In a normal week, I struggle these days to devote heaps of time to playing games. Between work, spending time with my girlfriend, socialising and watching some of the great TV that's out there

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Feeling Feelings In Gone Home

Feeling Feelings In Gone Home

Nick Wheeler July 2, 2015 0

If you want a game about the past, you need look no further than Gone Home. I'm not talking about the past with swords and kings, or the past with Nazis, or the past with

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