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Tengami Review


Tengami caught our eye well over a year ago at the Eurogamer Expo back in 2013. Amidst the throng of noise and colour around the Nintendo stand was an unassuming screen displaying a delicate looking game.  A very apt first impression, this is a very calm and thoughtful game that is much more about contemplation and the journey than it ... Read More »

Shovel Knight Review


Shovel Knight has been looking like a good game for a very long time and we loved it when we tried the PC version out. Another in the long line of retro styled platformers, it has always had something a little bit special about it. It’s taken a while to get here from the PC and we are delighted to ... Read More »

Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones Review


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 »

Steamworld Dig Review


Rusty is the name, he is our intrepid robot prospector in Steamworld Dig, this time released on the Wii U. Within minutes of starting the game, Rusty has procured a precious and incredibly useful pickaxe for it is with this that you will use to chip away further & further into the land below the town above, getting richer as ... Read More »

One Piece: Unlimited World Red Review

One Piece

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 »

Mario Kart 8 Review

Mario Kart 8

Driving into the final corner, you jump and drift giving you a much needed boost. Victory is within your grasp, but at that moment a red shell appears. You are hit, coins flying, you are inches away from the finish, but alas cannot gain enough speed to make it across. As you finally come to the realisation that your victory ... Read More »

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Review

DKC Tropical Freeze

A bunch of floating platforms are placed in front of you, taking one leap you land safely on the first before something in the environment is triggered, platforms are falling and you make a lucky jump to the platform ahead. With vines located on the roof you’re able to jump and grab them while everything else collapses around you. In ... Read More »

Super Mario 3D World Review

Super Mario 3D World

Nintendo are masters of their craft. Even with a series that has seemingly been around since the dawn of time, they still manage to amaze, astound, and create a sense of wonder that takes you back to your childhood years. All of these feelings come thick and fast with Super Mario 3D World. The time to own a Wii U ... Read More »

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD

Wind Waker HD

It’s clear that no other Zelda game from years gone by would look this good in glorious HD. Originally released on the Gamecube, Wind Waker had something of a rocky time at first. A complete revamp of the graphical style, it was met with scorn, ridicule and general hatred from the more vocal of Zelda’s fans. It was an amusing ... Read More »

Kung Fu Rabbit Review


It’s an ordinary day in the Kung Fu Rabbit dojo when it’s suddenly invaded by Aliens who kidnap the rabbits to eat later. One brave rabbit remains and it is now up to you to rescue your friends. It’s a 2D platform game somewhere between Super Meat Boy and N+ with a toned down difficulty (compared to those two), and rabbits. If that’s got your interest then read on. Read More »

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