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The Joys of A Thief’s End

The Joys of A Thief’s End

Chris Evans July 23, 2016 0

Over the course of the past few months, I have marked off a few games which I probably should have played a few years ago. I am, as you might have guessed if you

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Remasters? Bring Them On!

Remasters? Bring Them On!

Chris Evans July 16, 2016 0

Despite having just found a Pidgey chilling out over my keyboard, I’m not here to talk about the worldwide phenomenon that is Pokemon Go, despite all the traffic that would undoubtedly bring to the

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Missing – Half-Life 3

Missing – Half-Life 3

Chris Evans July 9, 2016 0

I was browsing pop-culture standout, Rolling Stone and the top article on their ‘Feature Wall’ was a piece about Half-Life 3, the MIA continuation of Valve’s premier series. You know the legend of Half-Life 3 is

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Doom and Half-Life – Lost Cousins?

Doom and Half-Life – Lost Cousins?

Chris Evans May 28, 2016 0

There was a moment in the new (and awesome by the way) Doom which instantly reminded me of Half-Life. The moment came when I entered the core of the Argent Energy Tower, and I was sent back

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Hitman’s Elusive Targets Are All Wrong, And Here’s Why.

Hitman’s Elusive Targets Are All Wrong, And Here’s Why.

Nick Wheeler May 19, 2016 1

I was actually quite late to jump on the Hitman bandwagon. The new one, that is. I've played and loved all previous installments of the series, but the news that Hitman 6 (or Hitman(TM)

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Battlefield 1 Announcement – Where Was The Respect?

Battlefield 1 Announcement – Where Was The Respect?

Chris Evans May 7, 2016 6

Last night, EA and DICE revealed the, somewhat illogically named, Battlefield 1 on Twitch and all the rumours were true, the next entry in the Battlefield franchise is taking us to World War One. While we didn’t

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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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