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Superhot Review Games PC PlayStation Reviews Xbox 

Superhot Review Or Black Mirror The Game?

Superhot developed by Superhot Team is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. I’d seen Superhot in an E3 presentation and didn’t really pay much attention as I thought at the time it was a VR title only and without VR and no chance of getting VR in the future this would have to be a miss for me. Later on, I noticed that Superhot wasn’t just a VR title and I took interest in the concept of slowing down time by standing still. Anything with time manipulation…

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Cars 3 Driven to Win Games Nintendo PlayStation Reviews Xbox 

Cars 3 Driven To Win Review

Cars 3 Driven to Win developed by Avalanche Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is now available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. To say I was surprised how much I enjoyed Cars 3 Driven to Win is an understatement. I’ve never really been a fan of the Cars movies, I thought the first one was good but I didn’t enjoy the second one. I was apprehensive as movie games don’t have the best reputation in the gaming world. Luckily I…

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Intensive Exposure Games PC Reviews 

An Intense Look At Intensive Exposure

Intensive Exposure, developed and published by Fireline Games, is an arcade-like indie game where the player runs through one of three locations, dodging security guards, toppling shelves, and exposing women to male genitalia. The game is simplistic in presentation, with a simple menu that opens up into a level select screen. From here, the player is shown the entirety of the game’s content.   There are three levels for the player to rampage through, the latter pair of which are unlocked by scoring enough points in the level which came…

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Momonga Pinball Adventures Games PC Reviews 

Momonga Pinball Adventures Review

Paladin Studios’ Momonga Pinball Adventures takes the concept of the old 80’s pinball machines and brings it to the mobile, console, and PC world, albeit with a cuter skin. All of the features that made pinball such a fan-favourite are there. Wild bumpers, side objectives, and a cumulative score are all present, though the presentation does away with acknowledging that it is, in fact, a game. Instead, the game is told through the eyes of a Japanese flying squirrel, or Momonga named Momo, whose home is attacked by owls. The…

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Dirt 4 Games PC PlayStation Reviews Xbox 

Dirt 4 Review

Dirt 4 is available now on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. I’ve played Colin Mcrae games since the early PlayStation 1, I never knew what I was really doing I was only around 8 but it was enjoyable, no games offered the same rally experience these games could. Throughout the years more games were released and then the name was changed to Dirt in the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 days, the games were notoriously good rally games. All I ever did on Dirt 2 was rally stages and…

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The Final Station Games PC Reviews 

The Final Word On The Final Station

The Final Station is an indie shooter/survival game by Do My Best Games, and it set out to change the paradigm of zombie survival games, which have as of late, been plagued by asset flips, and lacklustre game titles such as The Dead Town Of Walking Zombies. Rather than a third-person sandbox, The Final Station presents a two-dimensional, linear story of an unnamed protagonist, attempting to discover and subsequently survive a zombie apocalypse. Built in Unity 3, The Final Station‘s aesthetic is simple and clear. The protagonist contrasts well with…

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NightmareZ Review Games PC Reviews 

The Nightmare Of NightmareZ: Review

NightmareZ is an indie platformer developed by Anamik Majumdar.  In the vein of early Sonic The Hedgehog titles, the player character moves from platform to platform by spinning through the air and bouncing off terrain.  The game’s levels are divided into stages, during which players must collect objects by zipping around the level, dodging enemies or killing them with projectiles fired with the spacebar.  The game’s controls are simple and feel a bit unresponsive at first, but are not insurmountable. Unfortunately, this is where the fun ends.  NitemareZ is done…

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Crash Bandicoot Games PlayStation Reviews 

Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy Review

Crash Bandicoot is back in his self-titled N-Sane Trilogy available now on Playstation 4. For years fans were calling for sequels or remakes to the classic Naughty Dog PlayStation 1 era Crash Bandicoot, for years no one answered, Crash seemingly stopped making appearances in the gaming industry for quite some time. Every E3, every PlayStation conference people were hoping for that beautiful announcement of Crash Bandicoots return or that Naughty Dog had acquired the IP back. Well, last year our dreams came true, Activision and Vicarious Visions were remaking Crash Bandicoot 1,…

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Perception Games PC PlayStation Reviews Xbox 

Perception Review

Perception developed by The Deep End Games is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Perception places you into the life of blind woman Cassie. Cassie has been having strange dreams about a place called Echo’s Bluff so decides to set out on a journey to discover why she’s having these dreams and why she feels she’s been called there. The unique twist about Perception is that Cassie being blind must use echolocation to figure her surroundings. The story interested me quite a bit while it’s a basic…

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Tour De France Games PlayStation Reviews Xbox 

Tour De France 2017 Review

Tour de France 2017 from developer Cyanide Studio and publisher Focus Home Interactive is the next in the series that allows people to get a taste of what being in the famous cycle race would be like, without having to actually cycle up those hills. If you’re like me then it would be more like take one look at those hills and just get off and walk the bike up! Though I have played racing simulators before, this is the first time I’ve played one that is about cycle racing…

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