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REVIEW: Final Fantasy XV

by Ants “A game for fans and newcomers alike,” is boasted on the title screen of Square Enix’s latest instalment into the franchise. On that simple premise, we are delivered one of the finest FF…


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REVIEW: The Binding Of Isaac Afterbirth

by Ants After seven months of anticipation, the long awaited follow DLC has arrived on the PS4. Originally released on the PC in October 2015 to a fun, but short lived amount of speculation about…


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REVIEW: Dark Souls III

by Ants In the short lived series Masters of Horror, John Carpenter directs (the best) episode called ‘Cigarette Burns’. In this episode a guy is tracking down a copy of ‘Le Film Absolut Du Monde’…


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REVIEW: Resident Evil 6 Remaster

by Hal As the touched up Resident Evil 6 lands on my desk, I am immediately reminded of the scorn it received upon entry into its much beloved franchise. But after five sequels, and around…


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REVIEW: EA Sports UFC 2

by Ants It’s hard for a couch gamer like myself to encourage anyone to play UFC 2 with me, as only a handful of friends like UFC at all, and even fewer interested in playing…


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REVIEW: Nights Of Azure

by Ants During an opening conversation between the two female protagonists in Nights of Azure, there is a fair amount of ‘RPG nodding’, each nod making the gargantuan tits on the characters wobble for a…


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REVIEW: Sheltered

by Ants Sheltered is a rogue-like RPG where the player controls a family living in a post nuclear apocalypse fallout shelter. It draws many comparisons to Bethesda’s free to play game Fallout Shelter released on…


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REVIEW: Bloodborne: The Old Hunters

by Ants Bit late to the table with this review, but as mentioned in a previous article, we are poor and don’t get sent everything for free, so better late than never. I’m a huge…