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Bedlam review

It’s not been a particular easy day for Heather Quinn when you join her in her struggles. Firstly, she’s ended up in a litigiously safe knock off of Quake called Starfire. Secondly, she now has the body of a pixelated

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Guns, Gore & Cannoli review

Occasionally, Guns, Gore & Cannoli’s lead character, Vinnie Cannoli, will eat an actual cannoli. Upon doing so, you’ll hear Vinnie Cannoli, through a mouthful of cannoli, say, “mmm! That’s a good cannoli!” After the third time hearing this, I found

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Plague Inc: Evolved review

You may remember Plague Inc. from a couple of years ago, when it popped up in form of a very infectious strategy game on people’s phones. Evolved lets you wreak havoc and buboes in greater definition and with more flair

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Penarium review

Penarium is an arcade-style 2D platformer set in a brutal circus where the main attraction is you. Cheered on by a bloodthirsty crowd, you must frantically hop between platforms completing a series of fiendish challenges, all the while dodging an

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Blood Bowl 2 review

For those not educated in the unholy union of gridiron and goblins, Blood Bowl 2 is the love child of a drunken fling between an American Football simulator, a Discworld novel and a particularly violent game of chess. Quite how

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Lego Dimensions review

Within the first 15 minutes, Lego Dimensions rips its characters out of their worlds, smashes them together, and dumps them inside The Wizard Of Oz. During this intro I laugh about three or four times – not polite “I see

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FIFA 16 review

Ta-da! FIFA 16 gets four stars. You already know that since those stars are right there, just above, and the first thing you looked at when you opened this page up. But what kind of stars are they? An enthusiastic

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Soma review: deep sea nightmares

We’ve all done it: you wake up on an undersea research station with no idea how you got there, and have to spend the rest of the day hiding behind tables from insane killer robots. Aaand that… [checks notes] is

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The Golf Club: Collector’s Edition review

The Golf Club, if you missed it the first time round back in 2014, strips out all the bells and whistles that have feature crept their way into the official PGA series and attempts to dial things back to the

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Pure Hold’em review: No poker face to speak of

If you like your card games served with a helping of dystopian horror, Pure Hold’em has you covered. It presents a disturbing vision where the titular pastime is enjoyed not by human beings but by sentient tablets, which gather together

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