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Review: Herald: An Interactive Period Drama – Book I and II

Alex reviews a point-and-click adventure with diverging storylines and a diverse cast.

Torment: Tides of Numenera – Accolades Trailer

Since Torment: Tides of Numenera released last week, it’s been fairing well in its review scores – we in fact awarded the game a full five Barrels. Well rightly so, publisher Techland feels their success deserves some boasting and boast they shall via the game’s Accolades Trailer. Torment: Tides of Numenera is available right now on PC, Mac, Linux, […]

Vive le Roi – Trailer

Vive le Roi (or Long live the King in English) is a puzzle-platform game that has a similar silhouetted style toLimbo and Inside. Taking place during the French Revolution, it’s up to you to prevent the execution of your King. Releasing on the 23rd February, Vive le Roi will be available on PC and Mac through Steam.

Review: The Little Acre

After being invited to check out Curve Digital’s current line-up of titles, The Little Acre caught my eye above everything else. With its hand-drawn style, point & click style of play and involvement from Charles Cecil (creator of the Broken Sword series), I knew the this would be a day one purchase. Set in a […]

Review: Moto Racer 4

Moto Racer 4 is a fun, arcade racer that lacks some polish, especially with regards to its VR implementation.

She Remembered Caterpillars @ EGX 2016

She Remembers Caterpillars is a game drip-feeding you story as you fall into its beautiful world.

Big Release Roundup w/c July 25th 2016

Running down the biggest video game releases for the week of the 25th July Click to Subscribe ► http://bit.do/BRBTVSubscribe

Review: Democracy 3: Africa

Political simulation games have always carried a good amount of intrigue for me – does Democracy 3: Africa deliver?

Review: Assault Android Cactus

With a pulsing soundtrack, vibrant visuals and kinetic game-play, Assault Android Cactus is an energetic and relentless shooter.

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