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Jazzpunk

Jazzpunk Review

Spies, trench coats, Soviets, and robotic hotel clerks? This is the absurd world of Jazzpunk. Last year saw the release of notable games such as Gone Home, The Stanley Parable, and Proteus, games which some...
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Retro City Rampage DX Review

What defines a video game as a port? Often this refers to when a game appears on a different platform to the one it was designed for, yet remaining as close to the original version as possible. Then Retro...
Fire Emblem: Awakening

Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

Fire Emblem: Awakening builds on a long-running foundation of successful strategy games. The easy to learn difficult to master system is assisted here by some fantastic new features that should become a...
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Pokemon X & Y Review

The path to the release of Pokémon X and Y was a strange time for me, checking sites like Serebii and Bulbapedia in order to savour every new update and scrap of  information. I didn't even own a 3DS, but my...
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Uncharted: Golden Abyss Review

The Uncharted series has been used to push the boundaries, whether that's pushing the hardware to the limits, or bringing the summer blockbuster experience to the living room and into the hands of many a...
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Grand Theft Auto V Review: Part 1

Grand Theft Auto V is an expansive game with a broad canvas and a seemingly endless array of pleasures. Yet, it's also a game built on small, personal moments. Every player's experience will be different, and...
Mighty Switch Force 2
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Mighty Switch Force 2 Review

Over the past two years the 3DS e-shop has quietly matured into a home for a number of high calibre games. Sneaking in at the tail end of 2012 was Way Forward's Mighty Switch Force, the tale of cyborg...
Animal Crossing New Leaf

Animal Crossing: New Leaf review

How do you explain a game like Animal Crossing: New Leaf? It's not a game you can see in a day, its delights are drip fed, its pleasures served subtly and personally. It's a game you have to live as well as...