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Ellen – The Game Review

Ellen, the latest title from Red Mount Media, is a strange mix of components seemingly thrown together in some kind of twisted video game blender. It's a 2D pixel sidescroller. It's also a murder mystery. And it's also a somewhat unsettling paranormal horror game. The result? Ellen works more often than it doesn't, despite some problems.

Pandemic: The Board Game Review

As someone who owns the board game, I can vouch for Pandemic. It's an incredibly fun concept that forces you to work strategically with your friends, and it's hugely satisfying when you finally manage to win. The video game version is pretty much a carbon copy of the original board game, but instead, you play it on an Xbox. So, does Pandemic translate well to consoles, or is it a failure?

Paradox Soul Review

It is truly impressive just how many games Ratalaika Games manages to port and release on such a regular scale. However, the frequency of their output means that their library of games seems quite inconsistent in terms of overall quality. So where exactly does Paradox Soul fit?

Omensight Review

There's a lot going on in Omensight. A mystical fantasy world. The murder of a priestess. And a giant snake looking to end the world. The fact that so many of these narrative pieces work so well in tandem with one another is a testament to the ability of Canadian studio, Spearhead Games.

Crayola Scoot Review

Skating games have a very unique place in the history of video games. They may not be something that many would associate as significant, but the Tony Hawk and Skate series’ would beg to differ, with certain instalments regarded as some of the best games of all time. Now this formula is back, but with a slight twist. Ditch the board, grab some scooters, throw in a bit of Splatoon, and add some cartoon style graphics, and you end up with Crayola Scoot.

Sigi – A Fart for Melusina Review

Some games stretch out for long periods of time, enveloping you in their worlds, drowning in you everything they have to offer. Some games can suck up hours and hours of your time, and seemingly wind on forever. Sigi doesn't. Sigi is a game that doesn't hang around, and it never overstays its welcome. It's short, fleeting and over before you know it. But there's also a lot to admire here. There's a lot that the game gets right, and if you're looking for an easy going experience that you can complete in a sitting, there are few better options out there.

Devious Dungeon Review

In a time where games are becoming increasingly more complex and layered, it’s interesting to see one which does the complete opposite.

5 of the most exciting Xbox One releases left in 2018

That time of the year is here. The time where every gamer becomes spoilt for choice. There are a multitude of massive titles coming out, and you have no idea which ones to buy. Be it time or money, you might not be able to get them all (or maybe you can). Either way, here are five of the most exciting titles coming out between now and the end of 2018.

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Looking Back to 2012 and the super sexy combos of Devil May Cry HD Collection

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Forza Horizon 5 Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges Guide Series 32 – Autumn

Storm Season is rolling into Forza Horizon 5, and with it dawns a whole new week’s worth of Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges in Series 32 Autumn, mainly focusing on the racing

Goons: Legends & Mayhem takes on Mario Strikers!

Announced back in the early months of 2023, Goons: Legends & Mayhem has got something about it. Mostly a bit of Mario Strikers and a bit of Windjammers! Them's good things though, yeah?

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Taking a look at the best cars and tunes needed to complete the Forza Horizon 5 Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges on Xbox, Game Pass and PC

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