Sniper Elite 4 Review

There’s something about the gaze of a snipers scope. The cold lens that scans the horizon for an unsuspecting victim, gliding between a soldier cleaning his rifle, or another one writing a letter home, to an officer giving a lecture to his men. Shooting a rifle like this will be loud, it’ll be a shock […]

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Yakuza 5 is absolutely nuts.

Y’know, I’m a bit allergic to travelling. The world is a scary place – it’s full of people and people are pretty awful. If 2016 is anything to go by, you’d be better served staying in your homely nuclear bunker surrounded by chocolate and ice-cream and video games. I like to live life like a […]

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Hackmud PC review

Hacker culture is pretty well exposed these days. In between the paranoid fever dream of Mr Robot and the myriad of indie games attempting to recreate the fascinating sub culture, along with all that real-world stuff of whistle blowers and Edward Snowden and privacy debates, the dystopia written at the birth of the Internet seems to be […]

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Zenith PC Review

  Zenith is a game that shouldn’t work. In fact, it often doesn’t work. It’s a game that demands you pass it by. Its storefront on Steam looks as generic as it gets. Its myriad of bugs and issues should be turning you off. The shoddy menus and absolutely horrible combat system is so bad it […]

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Dead Rising Review (PC)

It’s a little cliché to make the comparison but the zombie game now resembles its own brain-dead hosts. They’ve gathered en-masse in large numbers, they’ve shuffled aimlessly in unison with one another, with little to no difference between each other, and they swarm around the warm bodies of healthy, living beings, and chew our bodies until we die.

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