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James literally cannot recall a time in which video games weren’t a part of his life. A childhood hobby turned adult fascination, gaming has been one of the few constants.
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Sinner Sacrifice for Redemption Review – Redeeming Qualities

Popularity, especially of any impactful kind, begets imitation. While every form of art and media falls prey to this, none do so with such flair...

First Look at GRIS, coming to Switch and PC

Publisher Devolver Digital has given us the first glimpse at GRIS. The title looks to be an absolutely stunning new platformer for the Nintendo Switch and...

Unavowed Review – Dealing with the Devil

I played through the majority of Unavowed on a quiet, rainy Sunday afternoon. The constant downpour outside my window bleeding into the audio of the...

The Cinema Rosa is an Australian made ode to classic cinema

The adventure/walking-sim genre has made huge leaps over the past half a decade. Industry recognised darlings like Gone Home and What Remains of Edith Finch have...

20XX Review

There’s something to be said about games that so directly and lovingly, pay homage to the past. Utilising current generation technology to craft new titles...

Moonlighter Review

Moonlighter is an indie title that found prolific success on Kickstarter. It's the first fully realised game to come out of the folks at Digital Sun...

Frostpunk Review

Following from its critically acclaimed This War of Mine, Polish developer 11 Bit Studios returns. Frostpunk is another attempt at capturing emotional intensity through gameplay. Frostpunk seamlessly weaves...