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Our Week in Games – Part Six

Our Week in Games – Part Six

The Reticule April 12, 2015 0

It's been a quiet few weeks here at Reticule Towers as we are all busy with work, new babies or the hassle of moving around the country. Yet, once in a while,

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Gaming (or lack thereof) as a Parent

Gaming (or lack thereof) as a Parent

Jon Armer April 1, 2015 0

I, rather daftly, have just had another child. Well I say ‘I’ did; my wife did all the hard work, but you get what I mean. This has had a serious impact on my

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Clearing the Backlog – The Last of Us: Left Behind

Clearing the Backlog – The Last of Us: Left Behind

Chris Evans March 31, 2015 0

It is hard to believe that back last summer when I first wrote about The Last of Us, I did so without having played the Left Behind DLC. As part of my

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Clearing the Backlog – Killzone Shadow Fall

Clearing the Backlog – Killzone Shadow Fall

Chris Evans March 21, 2015 0

I don’t think an article goes by these days on The Reticule where I don’t mention in some way or other that I own a PlayStation 4. I think it is in large part

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Correcting my Game of the Year

Correcting my Game of the Year

Chris Evans February 25, 2015 1

When we wrote our Games of the Year pieces back last year, I wrote openly and honestly about the games that I had loved from last year. However, as is to be

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Our Week in Games 2015 – Week One

Our Week in Games 2015 – Week One

Chris Evans January 18, 2015 0

The new year isn't so new anymore and we resume our normal Our Week in Games service. Read on for your weekly helping of OWIGs...

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The Reticule’s Games of the Year 2014

The Reticule’s Games of the Year 2014

The Reticule December 25, 2014 0

Had your turkey yet? Waiting for your turkey? Either way, if you aren't busy eating on this Christmas Day, take a peak at Our Games of the Year here at Reticule Towers...

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Grand Theft Auto V – The New-Gen Verdict

Grand Theft Auto V – The New-Gen Verdict

Chris Evans December 15, 2014 0

Grand Theft Auto V was one of the standout games from the end of the last console generation. It puts you in the shoes of three characters in the massive city of Los Santos

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Our Year in Games – Part Three

Our Year in Games – Part Three

Chris Evans December 14, 2014 0

As we trundle ever closer to Christmas, it is of course time for another edition of Our Year in Games here at Reticule Towers. Read on to see what other tales from our past

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Q&A With Paradox CEO Fredrik Wester

Q&A With Paradox CEO Fredrik Wester

Chris Evans December 8, 2014 0

After I recently took a look at the Art of War expansion for Europa Universalis IV and revisited Knights of Pen and Paper, I thought about when we last spoke

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Our Year in Games – Part Two

Our Year in Games – Part Two

Chris Evans December 7, 2014 0

Last week we kicked off a review of our last year in games, and today we kick on with part two. Hit the break to see what other thoughts we have from

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Our Year in Games – Part One

Our Year in Games – Part One

Chris Evans November 30, 2014 0

Welcome to Part One of Our Year in Games here at Reticule Towers. For the next four Sundays, we will be sharing memories and thoughts on what has transpired in our past gaming year.

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Europa Universalis IV: Art of War – The Verdict

Europa Universalis IV: Art of War – The Verdict

Chris Evans November 28, 2014 0

It took me a while to get into Europa Universalis IV when I played it last October, it was only once I turned to online play that things fell into place and

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – The (multiplayer) Verdict

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – The (multiplayer) Verdict

Chris Evans November 27, 2014 0

Last week, I took some time to share my thoughts on the singleplayer side of things in Advanced Warfare...now, I have some thoughts on the multiplayer side of things.

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Evolve: Alpha impressions

Evolve: Alpha impressions

Jon Armer November 6, 2014 0

Imagine my surprise when I logged into Steam, only to find that my brother had been playing Evolve. This surprise was further compounded when I saw it was in my library. The penny then dropped; I

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