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Superhot

On Steam, the second tag for SUPERHOT is ‘First Person Shooter’ (FPS). In reality, the FPS aspect is just a disguise for a unique puzzle experience, unlike anything seen before.

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The Culling

The Culling is a fresh concept for a multiplayer PVP game.

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Unravel

Unravel is one of the few games out there that really pulls on your heart strings.

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Kona: Day One

Kona: Day One… a very mysterious game indeed.

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The Division

After all the delays, Tom Clancy’s The Division is finally here, the beta anyway.

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Firewatch

Set nearly 30 years ago in 1989, you play as protagonist Henry, a fire lookout in Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming.

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Rise of the Tomb Raider

Lara Croft bursts back into action with a bang in Rise of the Tomb Raider, the second in the restart series from Crystal Dynamics exclusive to Xbox One.

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#Pokemon20

In celebration of Pokémon’s 20th Birthday, Nintendo are doing a whole host of special Pokémon stuff!

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Uncharted 4 Beta

With less than 100 days to go until release, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is looking very promising indeed - on the multiplayer portion of things anyway.

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King's Quest: A Knight to Remember

Point and click games are one of the few genres that have rarely evolved since the early 1980's, with the very original King's Quest being one of the first.

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The Game Awards 2015 Highlights

The Game Awards this year was always going to be a hell of an event. Especially in a year that saw the passing of Satoru Iwata (with a touching tribute), the epic fall of Hideo Kojima (he was banned from the event) and a whole host of blockbuster game releases. And it surely delivered.

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Tango Fiesta

Tango Fiesta… a homage to 80s action films if there ever was one, all thanks to the amazing soundtrack and narration that sounds strikingly similar to Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Nintendo Direct

Last night we witnessed the first presentation since Nintendo's E3 showing, and it's safe to say it delivered.

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Assassin's Creed: Syndicate

Assassins Creed Syndicate, where to start? Well for one this addition to the series should be welcomed with open arms and a loving embrace as it is probably one of the best in the series.

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H1Z1

Hype has gripped H1Z1, but to recommend this title at this moment in time… Not possible.

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Killing Floor 2

Killing Floor 2 is a hectic and extremely gory survival game, where up-to-six players take on hordes of Zeds.

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Life is Strange

Life Is Hella Strange!

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Never Alone

Never Alone is a platformer based around the culture and folklore of the Native Alaskan Iñupiaq people.

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

The Phantom Pain is a barrage of finely crafted elements fused together with the fine cement that is the Fox Engine.

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The Beginner's Guide

Wreden has evoked feelings that were never expected going in. It’s an emotional journey with an ending that can be foreseen with some thought, however you have to keep going to the end to feel its true impact.

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Until Dawn

Recently, there has been a trend in video games which allows players to decide the characters’ fates.

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Bubble Bobble

During the age where 8-bit video games started to enter homes and arcade cabinets were still very relevant as arcades still had the better option with much higher graphics and machines that could handle way more processing compared to the Nintendo Entertainment System or Sega Master System. One of those options was a cute charming game called Bubble Bobble

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Batman Arkham Knight

Not much has actually changed when you look at Arkham Knight as a whole compared to the previous instalments, whether that is a good or bad is up to your own personal opinion, but this leaves the game a bit dry.

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Fable 3

Albion is at your mercy for the third time in Lionhead's anticipated Fable 3

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