We. The Revolution

Justice is a difficult thing. A young stable boy of limited cognition ties a saddle loosely. He doesn’t want to hurt the horse. His master yells at him for a job badly done, the boy pushes the master down the stairs. The...
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Supermarket Shriek

The ‘80s microcomputer scene saw many homegrown quintessentially British games, adapting the quirks of British life into every genre possible. Some even formed new genres during their creation – the sandbox-style Skool Daze took a typical day at school and allowed gamers...
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Gunlord X

Giving certain games the review treatment feels pointless. For instance, listen to this: It’s almost as if developers NG:DEV TEAM knew this musical piece alone would bring back fond memories of the Amiga 500. Going one step further, if you’re aware of...
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