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The gaming landscape seems to be full of 80+ hour games these days, and hardly anything that can be beaten in a single sitting. Much like Journey or Flower from thatgamecompany; developer Dotoyou has decided to create an experience that is not only short, but has a sweet message behind it. KOI is a top down...

When Project CARS was released it was unique in that it was a crowd-funded racing game that was trying to compete against the big players like Gran Turismo...

Coffin Dodgers aims to fill the current generation consoles’ lack of kart racers. With the distinct lack of competition, does this mean that Coffin...

It’s been a while since I tried something new, and whilst dungeon crawlers like Ray Gigant have been around for a while, I’ve never really...

I can’t remember the last time I completely drained the battery of my PS Vita, and it is fair to say I still play many games on it, but in small bite-size...

After Dark Souls 3’s introduction video, you awaken as the Ashen One in the Cemetery of Ash, and make your way through a basic tutorial, after which...

Bethesda has released the first add-on for Fallout 4, so we thought we’d have a quick look at it and see if it’s worth dishing £7.99/$9.99...

The Resident Evil Origins Collection includes both the original Resident Evil that released on the PlayStation, and the prequel,Resident Evil 0 which...

Ever since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released into the wild, the world immediately assumed that Fallout 4 was in development. Despite many many...

We were looking forward to reviewing Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma, considering the original game was pretty good. Revenge of Kuma is the first game...

FIFA has for many years now been the leader when it comes to football games(or soccer for our American friends), so you would assume that FIFA 16 would...

On the surface, PES 2016 looks practically identical to last years’ iteration, simply diving into the menu system, it is exactly the same as it...

Mike Bithell’s first game, Thomas Was Alone, gained a lot of attention when released in 2010. A relatively simple game, but an extremely engrossing...

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons released almost 2 years ago for last generation consoles and PC, and a new remastered version of the game is now available...

Long anticipated and frequently delayed, Project CARS is a crowd funded racing simulator game, akin to Gran Turismo and the Forza series. However it tries...