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The Rezzed 2018 Experience

This was my worst Rezzed so far, though I’ll admit that my swollen hurt leg is an important factor in that statement. I have a knack you see, a knack […]

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Ultimate Beastmaster Gaming Edition – Grand Finals

This is it, the tenth week, the last time we’ll do this. Over the course of the past 9 weeks, we’ve seen competitors from across video game history tackle the […]

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Currently Crowdfunding – The Beast Inside

I love horror games, but I’m also a scaredy cat when I play them. If a game is truly scary, I can only tolerate to play it minutes at a […]

Fear Effect Sedna
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Review: Fear Effect: Sedna

It’s been years since their last outing, but Hana’s crew of adorable psychos is back to dealing with theft, espionage and world-ending supernatural threats, this time of an Inuit flavour. […]

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Review: The Station

A three- person crew aboard the stealth station, the Espial, set out on a mission to study an alien planet, the first with a civilisation. When contact is lost, they […]

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Review: Past Cure

Over the years of writing reviews for games, both those with codes received from developers, publishers and their PR people and those I purchase myself, I believed I had become […]

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Review: Golem Gates

The world is a ruined place, darkness blankets every surface. But even in this darkness hope awakens, it’s the Arbiter. Guided by a mysterious entity, he’s on a quest to […]

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Preview: Golem Gates

I’m usually not a fan of card-based games unless they’re card games. Ok, that didn’t make much sense. Let’s try again: I like card games like Hearthstone or Magic the […]

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Review: Super Seducer

The world’s premiere seduction “guru,” Richard La Ruina, is here to teach you the trick, to help you avoid making mistakes, so you can become what he is:  a Super […]

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Review: Legrand Legacy

A slave, a noble, a mystical being, a war and a prophecy of destruction looming over all. Sounds familiar doesn’t it, like something found in an old-school (or even modern) […]