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Shardlands – Review

Shardlands – Review

Every thousand or so years, the planets align and mystical bodies converge to unleash something beautiful and all-powerful.  Sometimes it’s the birth of a new star, born out of a dense sea of nothing, and other times it’ll result in a mobile game so good…

Deadfall Adventures – Review

Deadfall Adventures – Review

Deadfall Adventures is an FPS from The Farm 51 and Nordic Games that adds a twist of puzzles and exploration to differentiate it slightly from all the other zombie/Nazi shooters out there.

You take on the role of James Lee Quatermain, great grandson of famed…

The Cave – Review

The Cave – Review

Self-discovery is normally one of those excuses or phrases you hear from a teenager as to why they’re spending their parents’ money on a year’s globe-trotting rather than making the jump to university, only for you to discover that, for the most part, they’ve only…

Just Point And Click

Just Point And Click

Being a long-time PC gamer, I’ve played my share of PC games in the past, and then some.  By far the biggest collection of PC games I own are “point and clicks”, which to the uninitiated involve walking around, picking stuff up, solving puzzles, MacGyvering…