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REVIEW – Assassin’s Creed: Mirage

Assassin’s Creed as a franchise has come a long way since the launch of its first title in 2007, with Assassin’s Creed: Mirage marking the thirteenth main entry title amidst

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Review – Immortals of Aveum

Magic has driven the fantastical world of Aveum into decay under an oppressive regime. Replacing guns and traditional weapons with spellbinding gauntlets and sorcery, Immortals of Aveum puts a magical

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Review – Atlas Fallen

Amidst the vast sand dunes of Atlas lies a ravaged and broken world inhabited by malevolent monstrosities known as the Wraith, loyal to an ancient tyrannical Sun God named Thelos.

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Review – The Expanse: A Telltale Series – Episode 1

Telltale Games reinvigorated the point-and-click genre by injecting a narrative driven focus, heavy emphasis on choices and consequences, and adoption of beloved IPs that spanned film, television, comics and other

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Review – Aliens: Dark Descent

Over the years the iconic Alien film franchise has been adapted into many video games, spanning multiple genres to varying levels of success and acclaim. 2023 has added strategy to

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Review – Somerville

Weird, wonderful and with obvious nods to indie powerhouses Inside and Limbo, developer Jumpship’s Somerville is a physics-based puzzle adventure game that leans into science fiction to tell a tale

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Review – Miraculous: Rise of the Sphinx

The French-born animated series Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir has become something of a hit among children since its debut in 2015. Toys and clothing have flown off

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Review – Bratz: Flaunt Your Fashion

For over twenty years the Bratz franchise has maintained a solid foothold in the fashion doll space and has spawned a variety of media such as animated television shows, music

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Review – Scorn

Initially announced back in 2014, it’s safe to say that the first person horror has had a hellish development. Two kickstarter campaigns, a change from its intended two part release

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Review – The Chant

More often than not spirituality and the supernatural find themselves hand in hand, a yin and yang of themes that compliments as easily as it contradicts. Within the opening moments

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