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Cities: Skylines – Mass Transit

Cities: Skylines is a charming game, by which I mean it will politely walk over, chat you up and lift your wallet out your back pocket and take the watch off your wrist. It steals some of your money and all of your time. Its

Death Road to Canada

You run for your life, throwing open a wooden door, throw yourself through it and then slam the door behind you. Looking around you see a lone zombie, shambling his way towards you. You grab your weapon; a golf club you secured from the last

Mass Effect Andromeda

A little over a month ago Bioware released the fourth entry in their Mass Effect franchise subtitled Andromeda. The game was met with, shall we say, a mixed reception. In all honesty, this should probably have been expected, not a single entry in the series

Dungeon Keeper

Heroes. Virtuous beings who take it upon themselves to rid the world of evil and bring about a calm to the populace while slaughtering any monstrous beings who may oppose them in any shape or form. Such despicable pathetic bags of flesh. If you ever

The History of Pac-Man Animation

Pac-Man: The Pellet Gobbling, Ghost Avoiding gaming hero has been on enough merchandise to last a lifetime and isn’t a stranger to the screen with multiple animated series, games and more merchandise to shake a joystick at. So join us today as we look at

VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action

It’s time to make drinks and change lives. It’s not every day that a game manages to come out of nowhere, shake you up and completely surprise you in what it provides and in 2016 for me this game was VA-11 HALL-A: A Cyberpunk Bartender

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

It always feels like a special day when a new BIG Zelda game is released, it feels like almost the entire gaming world stops to take it in. And with a whole new console to play the game on stakes seem to be high for

Game of Thrones – A Telltale Series

The Game of Thrones TV adaptation, the pop culture behemoth that it is, seems an obvious match for Telltale’s episodic, story-driven style. Telltale’s game features an original story that ties in with the series, starting at the Red Wedding, starring their own Stark loyalists, House

Super Bomberman R

Press A to plant bombs. Don’t let said bombs blow you up. It’s rare to see a game that is still as basic as this on a modern day console, however, Super Bomberman R is one that takes pride in giving us the classic Bomberman

Doris and the Dragon (Review)

The mobile game used to something of a dirty word in years past, more synonymous with the colourful distractions of match four games and angry birds and its sea of derivatives than anything in key with the concerns of the industry at large. But such