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Team Indie Review

Marvin the cat has been trapped inside a computer game, and he can’t make it through the levels on his own. To help him, his loving owner hacks into popular indie games, and drags their protagonists i…

Kung Fu Rabbit Review

Kung Fu Rabbit Review I’m back with another quirky little platformer review … except this one isn’t so little. With 60 levels, and 20 unlockable bonus levels, Kung Fu Rabbit is actually pretty freakin…

Wooden Sen’sey Review

How would you feel if you were a little wooden Sen’sey whose alcohol has been robbed? That’s exactly what has happened to Goro. Black blobs of alien ink have ransacked Sey bottles from his village, an…

Hex: Shards of Fate Preview

From Pokemon cards to Magic: The Gathering, table top card games have been part of our lives since childhood. Such games faded into Geekdom until Hearthstone saw an epic resurrection of the genre in t…

Sacred 3 Review

Six years after the release of Sacred 2, Deep Silver have resurrected the series with Sacred 3. However, it is not the game that fans expected – rather than keeping to the fantasy RPG, open-world styl…

Wildstar Review Part 2…TBC

Like a traffic light having a seizure, red and green flashes over my screen. I’m ducking and rolling and can barely separate my aurin from the throng of Dominion and Exile warring on the bridge. Welco…

Stranded Review

Stranded is like no other game you’ve encountered before. Peter Moorhead brings us Stranded. I have never experienced a game like Stranded, and so it’s a little more difficult to review. It is a point…

Final Fantasy III PC Review

24 years after its creation, Final Fantasy III reaches our computer screens. Should it have remained in the past? 24 years ago, FFIII was released on SNES in Japan. 16 years later, Square Enix moulded…