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Mega Man Legacy Collection review

Mega Man re-releases have dotted the video game landscape for decades. From PlayStation to iOS to Wii U and more, the Blue Bomber is always close at hand. But not since his debut on the original NES has he enjoyed

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Giana Sisters: Dream Runners review

The revival of the Giana Sisters has to be one of the most unexpected comebacks of recent times, but 2013’s Twisted Dreams suggested Black Forest Games had enough talent and ideas to make the siblings’ career renaissance worthwhile. Two years

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The Bridge review: Escher pressure

With a great many contemporary games obsessed with rendering the real world in increasingly authentic detail, it’s refreshing to play something that goes in completely the opposite direction. The Bridge is a puzzle game that explores a bizarre, dreamlike world

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Velocity 2X review: Speed is everything

As you might have guessed from the name, Futurlab’s slick sci-fi actioner is a game primarily about moving very quickly. Sure, it has plenty more verbs in its vocabulary – you’ll also leap, slide, throw, shoot and teleport – but

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Volume review: The rich man’s stealth game

Volume is a retelling of the classic tale of Robin Hood: you steal from the rich, and give to the poor. Whether you’re more familiar with the Douglas Fairbanks version or Disney’s animated fox, you know the story. But where

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Zombi review: Shambles

In a world of weapon-wielding, ever-mutating, parkouring undead, the reanimated corpses in Zombi lurching after you for a big, grisly hug will bring a nostalgic tear to your eye, even as they sweep you up into their arms and take

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Kings Quest – Chapter 1: A Knight to Remember review

King’s Quest is back in a charismatic new game that suits the 30-year-old series to a royal tee. The marvellous first chapter in an original tale, ‘A Knight to Remember,’ succeeds not because it exhumes a classic ever so delicately,

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So Many Me review

What would you do if you could clone yourself? Stay in bed and let your doppelgänger endure your job for you? Become a magician and ruin Hugh Jackman’s life? Solve increasingly complex problems in a 2D puzzle platformer? You’ll have

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Tembo The Badass Elephant review

If you thought a war-torn elephant with a possible case of PTSD would never make a suitable hero for a video game, you’d be wrong. Living out his retirement in the jungle, Tembo is called back into action to save

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Final Fantasy 14: Heavensward review

Heavensward is massive. Obviously as an expansion it was always going to make Final Fantasy 14 bigger, but the amount on offer is staggering. With nine new areas (each one 50-100% larger than anywhere existing in the game already), a

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