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Antihero

Karl reviews Tim Conkling’s multi-award-nominated TBS-by-gaslight, Antihero A fast-paced, turn-based strategy game where you build the most powerful thieves’ guild in a gas-lit Victorian underworld is the basic outline of Tim Conkling’s latest game, Antihero. […]

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Resident Evil: Vendetta

Squeezing his coal-shed sized biceps into a screening chair, Josh watches the new BioHazard CG movie Resident Evil: Vendetta and tells you just how much he thinks of it Resident Evil: Vendetta is the third […]

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Strider

Brian Tarran slices and dices his way through the 2014 remake of the ninja action adventure. If the 2014 remake of Strider was a car, it would be a mid-range sports model. It has precision […]

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Stick It to The Man!

The comedic adventure game has become somewhat of a rarity as of late. There was a time, in the late 80s and 90s, when the PC gaming landscape was dotted with frequent releases of marvelously […]

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Just Cause 2

The island of Panau is the perfect holiday destination – a place where anything goes, where the sky’s the limit; where the only thing keeping you grounded in Just Cause 2 is your trusty wrist-mounted […]

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Thief

Eidos Montreal’s reboot of the Thief franchise is a tense, tactical sneak-a-thon for the most part – but it tries too hard to please everyone. I’ll state from the outset that I’ve not played a […]

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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow

Few things are more comforting than the voice of Patrick Stewart. The fact that his narration is the first thing that greets you in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow lends an air of reassurance and familiarity […]

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Batman: Arkham Origins

Following on from the Cane and Rinse podcast issues 101 and 105, Brian Tarran reviews the latest addition to the Arkham franchise, Batman: Arkham Origins. But is it a worthy addition or a crafty cash-in? […]