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78 games reviewed
73.3 average score
70 median score
67.9% of games recommended
Scores 13.2 higher than average

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Neil Watton
Nov 28, 2018

That aside, the multiplayer madness found in Think of the Children is good and the combination of boxy voxel visuals and a rather delightful, hugely catchy soundtrack mixes with the fast paced gameplay really well

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Neil Watton
Nov 22, 2018

That all sees Catastronauts come in to deal a rather nifty little space-themed chaotic cooperative adventure – one which will both bring together, and totally ruin, any friendships at the same time

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Neil Watton
Nov 8, 2018

Dimension Drive is fluid at all times, fast when it needs to be, and clever enough to be able to integrate in the unique dimension hopping feature to ensure that it is something many fans of the genre will want to get hands on with

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Neil Watton

If you hadn’t guessed already, I’ve been rather taken in by the world of Vinnie Cannoli once more. The development team have ensured that they’ve kept everything that was good about the first game

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Neil Watton
Mar 23, 2018

At the end of the day, if you were one of those who loved gaming back in the day, then you’ll enjoy what Rad Rodgers brings. It’s not the best platformer out there, but it’s still fun and will let you kick back with a huge smile on your face. Unfortunately you may begin to find that grin slowly turning to a grimace as the confusion and lack of direction in the latter levels takes hold.

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Neil Watton
Mar 1, 2018

Seeing past that though, and it is most certainly an addictive little well paced game – but only really for those who wish to go cheevo hunting in the process.

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Neil Watton
Feb 28, 2018

By all means check it out if you can grab it in a sale and have some mates over for a night of fun and games, but otherwise Guilt Bullet Arena misses the mark. Even with that one deadly bullet it plays on.

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Neil Watton
- DYE
Feb 22, 2018

DYE or DIE? Whatever it is, it’s a rock hard game that will keep you busy for many a week – but only if you like a challenge. If you don’t, then it’ll be best that you stay away.

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Neil Watton
Feb 20, 2018

Don’t expect anything that will wow you, but for less than half a pint of beer, Dig Dog is a game that will keep you busy for an hour or so.

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Neil Watton
Feb 14, 2018

Don’t expect to be blown away, but should you fancy spending sometime with a reflective puzzler, then Samsara will get you thinking.

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Neil Watton
Jan 31, 2018

It is hugely obvious that a whole load of love has been thrown into this game over the course of development, and whilst that alone shouldn’t be the single reason you buy it, when you combine that commitment, that passion and that love with brilliant gameplay mechanics, fantastic visuals and a story that just keeps on unfolding, you’ll get a great outcome.

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Neil Watton
Jan 19, 2018

Vesta is a lovely little story-filled puzzler that is powered by humour and brings enough thought as to why, what and when at all times. It’s not the most perfect game, and slight control issues, a repetitive soundtrack and massive save problems put a downer on things, but it’s still worth taking a shot at.

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Neil Watton
Jan 17, 2018

If you’re looking for a cheap new adventure to get your teeth into, or are just after a loot collector that will invoke memories of the classic hack ‘n’ slash era, then Hammerwatch will happily ply you with the content required.

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Neil Watton
Jan 8, 2018

Defunct isn’t a game that must be played, and the damn camera and poor audio don’t ever breed much confidence. But underneath the issues is a fun little title that is just begging to get out.

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Neil Watton
Jan 7, 2018

If you’re looking to harness your inner rescue pilot and take a chance to reign terror from above onto the enemy forces below, then Dustoff Heli Rescue 2 should be checked out.

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Neil Watton
Dec 12, 2017

From the grind of a seemingly pointless Story, and the one off hits of an even more pointless Exhibition Game, you won’t find much to keep anyone other than the most ardent of hockey fans from going back  - and even then it’s never going to have much of an appeal over the NHL games that are out there. By all means give it a shot with a mate or two, but the repetition will soon win over the day.

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Neil Watton
Dec 7, 2017

Paladin is a cheap and cheerful twin stick shooter that gives plenty of ship upgrading abilities. But for what boils down to an hour’s worth of game time, that price still seems a little high and probably makes sure the game is something you’ll wish to pick up in a sale rather than at full price.

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Neil Watton
Dec 1, 2017

The grind is real. The grind is great. Sky Force Reloaded is quite possibly the best arcade shmup money can buy.

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Neil Watton

Grab your phone, call your friends and promise them some free beers as The Jackbox Party Pack 4 is a brilliant combination of mini-games that any budding host will need to add to their arsenal. It may just save Christmas and New Year!

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Neil Watton

You won't find much turtle racing in Akuatica: Turtle Racing

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