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Divinity: Original Sin – The Verdict

Divinity: Original Sin – The Verdict

Chris Evans August 1, 2014 0

I've played quite a lot of Divinity: Original Sin yet it is only now that I have had a chance to come along and write up my Verdict. I had the pleasure of playing

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Sunless Sea – Early Access Impressions

Sunless Sea – Early Access Impressions

Chris Evans July 16, 2014 0

The zee, the dark inky zee, have you explored the zee yet? You might be confused, but you see, the zee is the sea in Sunless Sea. Still with me I hope as Sunless

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Wales Games Development Show 2014 Report

Wales Games Development Show 2014 Report

Chris Evans July 14, 2014 0

Last Friday was the 2014 edition of the Wales Games Development Show at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff. Being a proud Welshman, I took the time to head down to check out what was

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Cloud Chamber – Hands On Preview

Cloud Chamber – Hands On Preview

Patrick Reckitt July 7, 2014 0

Cloud Chamber, an ARG-MMO hybrid by Danish studio Investigate North is due for release later this month, and Patrick has been taking a look at the feel of its strange world of science and

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Spintires – The Verdict

Spintires – The Verdict

Chris Evans June 23, 2014 0

Nick first talked about Spintires back last September when he played the tech demo. The full game was finally released recently, and I've been spending a lot of time exploring the maps

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The Reticule (Not at) E3 – Bioware and the Future of RPGS

The Reticule (Not at) E3 – Bioware and the Future of RPGS

Patrick Reckitt June 22, 2014 0

Today The Reticule’s (not at) E3 Speculate-athon comes to an end as I take a look at Bioware's sacrifices to the great gods of hype. With the possible exception of Robot Chicken Reggie at

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Early Access – The Forest

Early Access – The Forest

Talat Kazim June 19, 2014 0

Buying games that are in Open Access on Steam can sometimes prove to be a risky decision. Some can be surprisingly pleasant, and offer countless hours of enjoyment (Starbound springs to mind), while others

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Our Week in Games Special – Post-E3 Thoughts

Our Week in Games Special – Post-E3 Thoughts

Chris Evans June 15, 2014 0

Today's Our Week in Games is a post-E3 Special we take a few moments to reflect on the week of E3 that just went by. What were our highlights, did we expect to see

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Mario Kart 8 – The Verdict

Mario Kart 8 – The Verdict

Chris Evans June 11, 2014 2

Wow. Wow, wow, wow. That about sums up what I thought when I booted up Mario Kart 8 for the first time. This, this is a top-quality game that any self-respecting gamer should own.

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Editor’s Blog – Nintendo Returning To Form With The Wii U?

Editor’s Blog – Nintendo Returning To Form With The Wii U?

Chris Evans June 9, 2014 2

It has been a rough 18 months for Nintendo when it comes to the Wii U. Despite critical acclaim for titles like Super Mario 3D World and The Wonderful 101, sales of the machine

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Our Week in Games Special – Pre-E3 Thoughts

Our Week in Games Special – Pre-E3 Thoughts

Chris Evans June 8, 2014 0

My my, how time flies. This coming week brings us to another E3, the massive game trade show in the States where the big boys show off their big titles and try to spring

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Wolfenstein: The New Order – The Verdict

Wolfenstein: The New Order – The Verdict

Chris Evans June 7, 2014 1

Guns? Check.

Nazi's to shoot? Check.

Massive list of secrets to find? Check

Action-packed adventures? Check.

Welcome to the Verdict on Wolfenstein: The New Order, do you need to read any more after that intro?

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Watch_Dogs – Our (Early) Thoughts

Watch_Dogs – Our (Early) Thoughts

Chris Evans June 3, 2014 0

The game known as Watch Dogs but which really is called Watch underscore Dogs came out last week. Jon is working on a Verdict for the coming few weeks, but right now we are

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Our Week in Games – Week 84

Our Week in Games – Week 84

Chris Evans June 1, 2014 0

This past week has seen the release of two massive games, one is cross-platform and cross-generation while the other is a first party exclusive. I am of course talking about Watch_Dogs and Mario Kart

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The Indie Gaming Roundup – Northern Shadow, Prison Architect and More

The Indie Gaming Roundup – Northern Shadow, Prison Architect and More

Chris Evans May 30, 2014 0

While everyone is off busy playing their high faluting Watch_Dogs and Mario Kart 8, I would like to take a moment to bring people back down a notch to take stock of what is

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