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Root Letter Review

on Mon, Sep 4, 2017 | By Tow

Root Letter is the first title in the Kadokawa Game Mystery series with contributions from key staff who worked on Konami’s LovePlus series, like character designer Mino Taro. When it was first announced, I was drawn in by the gorgeous art and knew I needed to play it. Other than its art, Root Letter also interested...

Score: 6

High Hell Trailer

on Mon, Sep 4, 2017 | By Tow

Devolver Digital is known for bringing amazing indie titles to the gaming community, and it remains keen on keeping up with this track record. Developed by Terri Vellmann, the mind behind Heavy Bullets, High Hell has made its dramatic entrance with this eye-popping reveal trailer. High Hell will be paradise for adrenaline...

How to Game for Relaxation

on Mon, Sep 4, 2017 | By Emmaline Shettel

Knee deep in school or work and you’ve forgotten about video games? Video games add to the challenges you face everyday? Feeling stressed to complete a goal in a game? Can’t relax with video games? Here’s my advice to curb video-game-inspired stress. 1. Play a game you’ve beaten before. You know...

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Review

on Sat, Sep 2, 2017 | By Simon Smith

It’s hard not to like the Rabbids. Their wacky antics and comedic style make for charming and simply silly games. Merge that with the lighthearted and fun world of Mario and you are in for a good time. These words are ones that you would think you’d never say, yet here we are: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has to...

Score: 9

T. J.’s Ten, Part 2

on Fri, Sep 1, 2017 | By Joseph Tomlinson-Jones

This is the second instalment of my top 10 list – 7 through 5. These games are from the deepest realms of my heart. I hope you enjoy. 7. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is the Nintendo GameCube’s reincarnation of the series with a slight variation on the traditional recipe....

Nominees Announced for European Women in Mobile Gaming

on Thu, Aug 31, 2017 | By DougiePowell

Yesterday, the organisation Women in Games announced the nominees for the European Women in Mobile Games Awards. The award ceremony will take place on September 6 at the East London Arts and Music Academy in London. Nominees include: South Park Phone Destroyer. Led by Neha Joshi, Producer at RedLynx, a Ubisoft Studio...

Playstation Plus September Lineup Revealed

on Thu, Aug 31, 2017 | By Simon Smith

It’s that time again. Sony has unveiled the games that Playstation Plus subscribers will be able to purchase this September. This month will see a follow up to July and August with another major game available on the Playstation 4. So without further adieu, here are the Playstation Plus games for September. Playstation...

Dusk Impressions: A True Throwback

on Thu, Aug 31, 2017 | By Trevor Whalen

David Szymanski’s Dusk is a ’90s-inspired first-person shooter set in rural America. The game feels like Quake and looks like a marriage of Blood and Redneck Rampage. It releases Halloween, but if you pre-purchase it on Steam you can play Episode 1, The Foothills, right now. Unlike other throwback shooters — Serious...