Dying Light Review: Run as Fast as You Can 1

Dying Light Review: Run as Fast as You Can

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It's the zombie apocalypse. And instead of being in the safe confines of a bomb shelter, we're at a video store in search for a movie for a mentally challenged man. In a huge dollop of irony, the film we're looking for is none other th
Transistor for iOS Review: As Good as It's on the PC 3

Transistor for iOS Review: As Good as It’s on the PC

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Transistor – made by Bastion creators Supergiant Games – first released in May 2014 for the PlayStation 4 and Windows, followed by Linux and OS X versions in October. Following in Bastion's footsteps, the game was released for iOS de
Undertale Review 4

Undertale Review

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For a game developed by a single person, Undertale is as contradictory as they come. It uses rudimentary graphics that wouldn't be out of place in the 8-bit era of consoles yet it manages to display emotion far better than most photorealistic AA
Amkette Evo Gamepad Pro Review: Good Build, Fun Gaming 5

Amkette Evo Gamepad Pro Review: Good Build, Fun Gaming

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Amkette has, over the years, been rolling out a number of stylish looking mobile products, starting in 2012 in with the Amkette Evo TV, which was updated and released last year as the value-for-money Evo TV MC. The company has also released a number
Ori and the Blind Forest Review: Style Over Substance? 6

Ori and the Blind Forest Review: Style Over Substance?

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There are video games that you play, and there are video games that play you. Ori and the Blind Forest is the latter. Its prologue weaves a heart-wrenching narrative about life and loss that leaves you close to tears. We'd go as far as to say th
The Crew: Wild Run Review 7

The Crew: Wild Run Review

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Last year, Ubisoft, the purveyor of fine historical murder simulators, quirky strategy games, and oft-delayed tactical shooters, also released The Crew. It's a racing game that promised you'll never drive alone what with a sprawling open-wo