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  • D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die Review

    D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die Review

    Swery is the most interesting man working in games at the moment. He has this air of utter brillianc...

  • Far Cry 4 Review

    Far Cry 4 Review

    Far Cry 3 was a gem of a game. At the time it could easily have claimed to be one of the most ambiti...

  • GTA V Review

    GTA V Review

    GTA V has a remaster, a trend for late last gen games in 2014. But unlike Tomb Raider, Sleeping Dogs...

  • Arcana Heart 3: Love Max!!!!! Review

    Arcana Heart 3: Love Max!!!!! Review

    While far from an expert, I’ve been playing fighting games since Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat...

  • Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review

    Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review

    Borderlands: The Pre Sequel is an FPSRPG that is set before the events of Borderlands 2 and takes pl...

D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die Review

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Swery is the most interesting man working in games at the moment. He has this air of utter brilliance and insanity that makes all his games just so damn intriguing. Deadly Premonition was technically laughable, but gained a cult following just because of how damn weird it was. D4, Swery’s latest and Xbox One exclusive, follows a similar path. But ... Read More »

Far Cry 4 Review

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Far Cry 3 was a gem of a game. At the time it could easily have claimed to be one of the most ambitious on consoles to date. Having a well realised open world that was your own personal playground. It had a decent enough story to lead you through and a villain that would stand as fairly memorable.  Far ... Read More »

GTA V Review

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GTA V has a remaster, a trend for late last gen games in 2014. But unlike Tomb Raider, Sleeping Dogs and some others, this is a bit special and could well be worth a buy even if you rinsed the original release.  We won’t spend time talking about the core game, as that is pretty much the same and you ... Read More »

Arcana Heart 3: Love Max!!!!! Review

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While far from an expert, I’ve been playing fighting games since Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat. Street Fighter IV brought me back into the fold in 2008 when I found myself in Tokyo during the location tests, and since then I’ve spent more money than I care to admit on arcade sticks, yearly updates to my favourite fighters, costumes…. ... Read More »

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review

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Borderlands: The Pre Sequel is an FPSRPG that is set before the events of Borderlands 2 and takes place on and around the Pandoran moon of Elpis. You take the role of one of four playable characters, Athena “The Gladiator” who was previously in the Borderlands DLC The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, Nisha “The Lawbringer” who made her debut ... Read More »

Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones Review

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Welcome to one tough game, here you play as a clone who has escaped right at the beginning, your enemy in the game (apart from the deviously designed levels by Curve Studio) is an obsessed man who simply must be the best at his job. With cut-scenes throughout the game, your story unfolds gently. You are guided through test chambers ... Read More »

Sunset Overdrive Review

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If you had to boil Sunset Overdrive down to a sentence it’d probably sound something like “Sunset Overdrive is probably what would happen if Jet Set Radio had a one night stand with Crackdown and then the offspring fell into a vat of Mountain Dew and Doritos.” It’s both as wonderful and as cringe worthy as that sounds. Video games by their ... Read More »

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

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Look, if you like the previous LEGO games and you aren’t bored of them, then we will tell you right off the bat(man – sorry) that you will find a lot of entertainment from the third installment of the LEGO Batman series and the ten thousandth in the LEGO series as a whole. Well it isn’t quite that many, but ... Read More »

Never Alone Review

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Indie games have a reputation, they are either adored by those who love them, or vilified by those who think they are somehow stopping the development of the next big budget game. We at Gamestyle have always maintained that a game is a game, no matter the budget, the graphics, the studio or the cost.  So this brings us to ... Read More »

NBA 2K15 Review

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It was the summer of 2000, when I first played the original NBA2K on my beloved Dreamcast . My girlfriend at the time, was spending the weekend away, which meant I had the chance to spend the next two days without being disturbed. Popping the disc into the machine, I was to be given a lesson on just how good a sport game ... Read More »

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