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  • Pure Pool Review

    Pure Pool Review

    Pool games over the years have never really been a gauge in which to test the power of a console, bu...

  • The Swapper Review

    The Swapper Review

    Many Indie based puzzle platformers have some kind of hook, in The Swapper the hook is that you need...

  • Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Review

    Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Review

    Back in 1997 a new character was born. His name was Abe and he would soon become a cult icon for man...

  • The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 4 – Amid The Ruins Review

    The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 4 – Amid The Ruins Review

    WARNING: THIS REVIEW OBVIOUSLY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR PREVIOUS EPISODES! As the penultimate episode b...

  • Rogue Legacy Review

    Rogue Legacy Review

    Ports! Some see it as a derogatory term with regards to games that are coming to consoles. The idea ...

Pure Pool Review

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Pool games over the years have never really been a gauge in which to test the power of a console, but it has always been interesting to see how the better hardware has affected things such as physics. Which has meant that since the days of Jimmy White’s Whirlwind Snooker and Super Sidepockets, that the pool game has certainly improved. ... Read More »

The Swapper Review

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Many Indie based puzzle platformers have some kind of hook, in The Swapper the hook is that you need to create clones of yourself to navigate through the various levels. What makes The Swapper a special game though is how well the various different parts come together to create something rather remarkable. The atmosphere, the mechanics, the level structure, all ... Read More »

Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty Review

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Back in 1997 a new character was born. His name was Abe and he would soon become a cult icon for many. His game Abe’s Oddyssey became somewhat of a cult hit too. A puzzle platformer that had a story smothered in satire. In fact, a lot of the story still holds true in today’s world 17 years later. We ... Read More »

The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 4 – Amid The Ruins Review

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WARNING: THIS REVIEW OBVIOUSLY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR PREVIOUS EPISODES! As the penultimate episode before the season finale, it goes without saying that Amid The Ruins is more of a stage setter, getting the player ready for the climactic end. But even in that sense, comparing it to Season 1 it struggles at getting you that excited for where Clementine’s quest ... Read More »

Rogue Legacy Review

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Ports! Some see it as a derogatory term with regards to games that are coming to consoles. The idea that games that have been on PC for a while now, are finally coming to console owners is in some way negative. We at Gamestyle aren’t in that camp, we love that many great games, once only available for PC owners ... Read More »

Crimsonland Review

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Do you remember Crimsonland the 2003 game? Probably not, but you’d be forgiven as not many will, however that hasn’t stopped a remake arriving on PC and PS4 in 2014. Crimsonland is a top down 2D Arena Shooter with RPG elements, which may also remind you of I MAED A GAM3 W1TH Z0MBIES 1N IT!!!1 which found critical and commercial success ... Read More »

Mousecraft Review

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Tetris was and still is a magnificent puzzler. Lemmings is up there as an all time classic. So what do you get when you send them both off to a hotel for a romantic weekend? Well nine months later you get Mousecraft a new puzzle game from developers Crunching Koalas. The game itself is more Lemmings than Tetris, with the ... Read More »

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition Review

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In Guacamelee we meet Juan, he is not the luckiest of chaps really, the woman he loves gets kidnapped by an evil skeleton, as you do… The story revolves around a small village in Mexico, the look & style of the game borrows very heavily from Mexican culture & folklore too, you play as a luchador also. This gives the ... Read More »

One Piece: Unlimited World Red Review

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We’re not going to lie and say we’re the foremost knowledge on all things One Piece, because apart from a few short clips of the anime, this game is pretty much our only experience with the series. And yet despite this, there is an awful lot to like about Unlimited World Red even from us non-fans. Although obviously aimed at ... Read More »

Blue Estate Review

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Remember the days of Time Crisis on the PS1? Using the Guncon, playing on-rails shooters, just like you did in the arcade, but in your own home? Well those games sort of dried up over the last few years, with only half-hearted Kinect games attempting to bring them back, to varying degrees of success. Step forward Viktor Kalvachev’s Blue Estate, ... Read More »

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