The 12 Scariest Levels in Non-Horror Games Double-Jump Scare

Among other purposes, video games are about immersion, arguably more so than other entertainment mediums. You control the characters onscreen

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‘2084’ PC Game Review A Cyberpunk Shooter Lacking Substance

With a cyberpunk aesthetic and boasting a fast-paced combat system, 2084 is a fun game that quickly loses its charm. Given the game is still in early-access, it’s worth noting that the game is a little over £7 and if I’m honest, it doesn’t even feel like it’s worth that in its current form.

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‘FrostRunner’ | Game Review Slip and slide

Scrolling through Steam’s new releases can be a lot like rooting through a bin with a particularly draconian refund policy,

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‘HellSign’ | Early Access Game Review Ghostwatch

The general ambience is on point and no other game has managed to make you feel like a ghost hunter quite like HellSign. Unfortunately the issues with the gameplay are too deeply embedded in the core enjoyment with the title that it’s hard not to come away disappointed with this one.

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‘Book Of Demons’ | Game Review Bestseller

Book Of Demons is an action hack’n’slash RPG that almost gets everything right. Inspired by the original Diablo, Indie company Thing Trunk have put together the perfect love letter to that game, mixing a range of challenging enemies to boot with a well-implemented card deck system.

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‘Telltale’s Poker Night’ Series | Game Review Full House

Translating a casino game into another environment is a difficult art to master. Even the critically acclaimed Red Dead Redemption

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‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ | Game Review Horsing around

In 20+ years of gaming, I’ve never been so conflicted over a video game as I have with Red Dead

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‘Mutant Year One: Road To Eden’ | Game Review Sneaky Sneaky

Mutant Year One: Road To Eden is a game that combines the lore and exploration of the original Fallout with the intricately detailed and strategic combat of X-Com to perfection. With a gorgeous art style and an interesting story, Mutant Year One is let down only by its short run time and limited customisation.

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‘Far Cry 5’ | Game Review Glimmers of brilliance in a vanilla experience

Far Cry 5 could and should be one of the best games of 2018. Set in the fictional Hope County

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‘Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom’ | Game Review An innovative and worthy sequel

After its surprise success back on PlayStation 3, Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom follows up on the success of

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‘Armello Special Edition’ | Game Review A turn-based strategy game relying too heavily on luck

Originally released in 2015, Armello’s Special Edition is largely the same game (which we’ll review below) but does come with

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‘Q.U.B.E. 2’ | Game Review A highly enjoyable physics-based puzzle game

Split across 11 beautifully rendered levels, Qube 2 is a first-person physics-based puzzle game that mixes challenging, thought-provoking puzzles with

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‘NORTH’ | Game Review A lackluster but interestingly conceptualized game

Walking simulators are to games what art-house is to film. Whilst the quality is a little hit or miss at

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‘Past Cure’ | Game Review A disappointing, convoluted mess

Past Cure presents itself as an intense, story-driven psychological thriller. Not only does Past Cure fail to offer up any

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‘Secret of Mana’ | Game Review A disappointing remake of a role-playing classic

When done correctly, remakes can bring back the nostalgia of a bygone era and allow a new generation of gamers

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‘Shiny’ | Game Review A lackluster and simple platform game

Shiny is the latest in a slew of indie platformers to be released and right from the start, it’s obvious

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‘Lost Sphear’ | Game Review A nostalgic, mediocre game lacking in originality

In an age of evolving role-playing games like Persona 5 and Final Fantasy XV, it’s somewhat refreshing to see a

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