Author: Jake Mellor

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All-Star Fruit Racing Review (PS4)

If you're a fan of kart racers but don't have a Nintendo console, or are simply sick to death of blue shells and bullet bills, 3DClouds is on hand to offer a fruit-based alternative. But should the game be considered one of your five a day,...

5.2 Average
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Surgeon Simulator CPR Coming to Nintendo Switch This Autumn

Squeamish beware: the game which, against all known logic, puts you in front of the operating table in charge of life-saving operations is heading to the Switch later this year—and this time, you can share the responsibility for the ensuing...

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Nickelodeon Characters to Get Kart Racer

We've spent decades annoying people on myriad arcade racing games covering every franchise imaginable, from Mario to Star Wars. Now it's the turn of Nickelodeon to join the kart racing party and ruin friendships in their own style. There wa...

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Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle Hits $1 Billion in Revenue

Data from app ranking site Sensor Tower reveals that the latest big earner is, for once, not a casual game, but a fighting game based upon one of the world's most well-known animes- Dragon Ball Z. In today's age, mobile gaming is a mass...

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Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebounds Review

Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebounds claims to be a love letter to classic JRPGs; but has Semisoft composed a letter worthy of Shakespeare, or merely produced something resembling nothing more than the messages inside budget Valentine's D...

7.3 Good
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Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy Review

There has been a smorgasbord in recent years of games being remastered from their original console releases and appearing on Steam- some of them are great, some of them are simply woeful. Like, who actually plays Final Fantasy VII on the PC...

8.1 Great
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Chaos Souls Review

The studio that brought you Rat Simulator returns to more familiar ground in the form of Chaos Souls, a 2.5D side-scroller which sees you fighting your way through hordes of enemies to rescue your sister. Enemies which wear very little clot...

5.2 Average
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Yakuza Kiwami Review (PS4)

Yakuza was originally released on the PlayStation 2 in 2005; following a prequel release earlier this year, SEGA has updated the graphics, frame rate and added content clarifying its plot somewhat for its PlayStation 4 upgrade. But is it wo...

7.2 Good
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Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! Preview

In late 2013 a surprisingly brilliant indie game hit the Steam Store in the form of restaurant sim Cook, Serve, Delicious! Nearly four years on, a sequel has been released, promising to add more than just two additional exclamation points i...

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Reaching for Petals Review

Blue Entropy Studios' masterpiece "Reaching for Petals" is getting a full release; it's a majestic adventure game that will fully captivate from start to finish, with stunning visuals and an endearing storyline. Introduction Back in July, I...

8.7 Great
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Reaching for Petals Preview

Reaching for Petals is a new first-person, narrative-driven adventure game. Can Blue Entropy Studios reach the same high standards of brilliance already set by preceding titles? No, I'm not going to apologise for that "reach" pun. Introduct...

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Vidar Review

In Norse Mythology, Vidar was a god associated with vengeance. In English mythology, Vidar is an Indie game in which everybody dies- more often than on Game of Thrones. Seriously. Introduction Vidar is an Indie RPG Puzzler that comes from R...

7.6 Good
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Dawn of Andromeda Review

In a growing world of 4X Strategy games, Grey Wolf allows you to boldly go where many games have gone before, and puts you in the shoes (or rather, space boots) of an alien civilisation as they set out to colonise Andromeda; but will that c...

4.6 Poor
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Robot Soccer Challenge Preview

What do you get when you combine remote controlled robots with association football? Havoc, that's what. Oh, and Robot Soccer Challenge. Render System Games enters the indie market with a game sure to appeal to fans of robotics and football...

7 Good
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Castle Torgeath: Descent into Darkness Review

Dungeoneering Studios aims to recapture the feel of a retro dungeon crawler in Castle Torgeath; but is it a descent into darkness, or a descent into madness? Introduction There is an ever-growing smorgasbord of indie titles released each ye...

4.6 Poor
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Dishonored 2 Review

Set 15 years after the original, Corvo Attano and Emily Kaldwin face a new threat- a woman claiming to be Emily's aunt and rightful heir to the throne. Before long, she's in charge, and Corvo and Emily become, once again, dishonored. Introd...

8 Great
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Disgaea 2 PC Review

Nippon Ichi's classic PlayStation 2 JRPG Disgaea 2 comes to PC platforms for the first time, but is it more than just a port, and is it a must-buy for new or returning gamers alike? Introduction I didn't play Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories...

8.3 Great
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Gwent to (finally) introduce Nilfgaard Faction

CD PROJEKT RED's standalone Witcher 3 spin-off Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is to reintroduce one of the original four factions, Nilfgaard, in its latest update. When The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was released in May 2015, a new bar for immersiv...

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