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If you’ve ever played the old Commandos games, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun will feel quite familiar, albeit taking place in the Japanese Edo period rather than during World War 2. This is one of the very few games on current generation consoles which feels quite unique, because there aren’t...

The beauty and advantage of VR is its ability to immerse you into a world like nothing else. Take control of your character and see the world through...

Superhot debuted back in February of last year, the slow motion mechanic pair with movement was revolutionary and taught players to slow down in order...

Cars 3: Driven to Win continues immediately after the big race at the end of the movie, so if you are worried about spoilers you have nothing to fear...

Housemarque are back with their second entry on the PS4. Nex Machina is a voxel-based dual-stick arcade shooter set in a universe where humans are scarce...

Mental illness is not often targeted in gaming as the main concept of a game. There are plenty of games that taken place in asylums, but you don’t...

Victor Vran attempts to fulfil that need in your life for dungeon crawlers. As Victor Vran you are tasked with finding fellow hunter, Adrian, in a 19th...

Tekken is back, after nearly 10 years since the release of a numbered sequel and almost 6 years since Tekken Tag Tournament 2, the hype for a new Tekken...

Crossout is a vehicular combat MMO, that lets you customise your vehicle and battle it out in a wasteland. It is very reminiscent on Mad Max, and Rage,...

PlayStation VR has already taken the leap of immersion by putting us inside the game; paired with some 5.1 surround sound headphones you can totally escape...

NetherRealm Studios set the bar for the best story mode in a fighting game with Mortal Kombat X; they kept this standard when they moved over to Injustice...

Ever since Mass Effect popularised the multiple choice conversation trees, games like The Walking Dead and many others from TellTale have really pushed...

It is undeniable that Tetris is one of, if not the best puzzle games ever made. It has been around for decades and still holds up to this day. With dozens...

Since the PS2 days, the sighting of a good platforming game has become a rare occurrence bar the Ratchet & Clank games. All were seemingly replaced...

Fated: The Silent Oath is one of the first attempts of story-telling in VR; it isn’t a movie, or a game with platforming or combat, but rather a mixture...