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Better Late Than Never: Gone Home

Following a tally up of all of the games in my pile of titles I have shamefully not played yet, I have decided to do a mini series dedicated to finally taking some time to ticking them off the list! These titles span across indie, triple As and maybe even some games I wanted to… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Gone Home

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Charterstone

Charterstone is a legacy board game created by Stonemaier games, makers of Scythe, Euphoria, and Viticulture. A legacy game is one where players continue playing, week on week, and each time they play the game changes. These changes can be character development, additions to the board, new pieces and even new rules! The prosperous Kingdom of Greengully, ruled for centuries by the… Continue reading Charterstone

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DMC: Devil May Cry Review

Devil May Cry first burst onto the PS2 in 2001. The game followed the anti-hero called Dante on a somewhat plotless grind through a castle. Dante was armed with a melee weapon, duel pistols, daft white hair, a bad attitude and a seriously barbed tongue. It was this barbed tongue and fluid combination style hack… Continue reading DMC: Devil May Cry Review

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Oh Sir…! The Review

If there’s one thing I’m terrible at, it’s insulting people. There are a couple of reasons for this. Firstly, I’m not a horrible person and I really dislike offending people and secondly, I'm not good at comebacks so combining a swear word or similar with a well-loved food item is my usual go to. Prepare… Continue reading Oh Sir…! The Review

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Football Manager 2018 Review

Football manager is something of an industry in its own right. Having started out as Championship Manager in 1993 it has grown into perhaps the biggest sports simulation franchise out there, frankly if you are into football and have never heard of it, where have you been hiding? The series has been blamed for many… Continue reading Football Manager 2018 Review