Reviews

Merek’s Market

On the first day of the year, most of the population is waking up with a hangover. Either that or they’re contemplating a gym membership. For humble medieval shop keep Merek, it’s a case of getting back to work to make some...
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Cruis’n Blast

You’ll know exactly what to expect from brand new arcade-to-home port Cruis’n Blast just moments after firing it up for the first time. This is a game that unashamedly revels in its garish demeanour, its flashy presentation and wild vehicle line-up accurately...
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Catlateral Damage: Remeowstered

Essentially a cat simulator, in a similar vein to the equally daft Goat Simulator, Catlateral Damage: Remeowstered entails making a mess in various households – in first person – before letting your chosen kitty run riot in a supermarket, a museum and...
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Deadly Days

Roguelikes are tricky beasts. They take a certain amount of resilience to take on. With highly randomised elements they can be fun after obtaining items that synergise well, or your YouTube-worthy controller smashing moment as you take that disastrous final hit which...
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Dariusburst Another Chronicle EX+

2021 seems like a strange time to release a game based on the career of Pop Idol bronze medallist Darius Danesh. Whilst he’s had great success in musicals, he hasn’t been a mainstream concern since 2002’s Colourblind… [Actually, Dariusburst Another Chronicle EX+...
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Aliens: Fireteam Elite

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Saber Interactive should consider themselves flattered. Aliens: Fireteam Elite builds upon the groundwork laid by Saber for their belated World War Z tie-in, adapting it to fit the confines of the Aliens franchise. Like...
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