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Blackwood Crossing Review – A Journey of Acceptance

Developed by Brighton-based PaperSeven, Blackwood Crossing is a first-person, narrative-driven experience that explores the fractured relationship between two orphaned siblings. The game begins with older sister Scarlett waking up on a mysterious train and searching for her brother Finn. It begins innocently enough with a few simple rounds of ‘Simon Says’ but before long the player is thrown into what […]

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5 Reasons Aloy is En-Route to Becoming a Gaming Icon

When I first reviewed Horizon Zero Dawn, I referenced the fact that Sony UK product manager, Jon Edwards, commented that he believed lead protagonist, Aloy, would become the “PlayStation icon of the future”. At the time, I remember thinking that these comments were made a little prematurely seeing as the game hadn’t even been released. However, after spending an unhealthy […]

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Arkham (PSVR Review) – Becoming Batman

“It’s too short!” You hear the internet cry in uproar. Whilst it’s true that Arkham VR clocks in at just over one hour, those who criticise the game’s running time are overlooking one significant aspect: it’s one hour you get to be Batman. Putting on the cowl of the Caped Crusader is something many have long waited for and with […]

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5 Anticipated Games of 2017

2016 was a great year for gamers. With the usual AAA blockbusters, indie sleeper hits and long awaited games finally getting their release, it was a year that had something for all gamers. It seems the industry will be continuing this trend throughout 2017 with an extensive list of titles hitting the market from PS4, Xbox One and PC. Whilst […]

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5 of the Best Games of 2016

For many, 2016 was a bit of a shit year. With controversial political outcomes, a plethora of celebrity deaths and people just generally sucking, a lot of people can’t wait to see the back of 2016. However, for gamers 2016 was a bit of a treasure trove. From AAA smash hits, indie darlings, anticipated sequels and a game that took […]