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Crysis Remastered (PS4) Review – A Crysis Of Consistency

Crysis Remastered (PS4) Review – A Crysis Of Consistency

A benchmark for excellence on the PC some thirteen years ago, can Crysis Remastered hold up the lofty mantle it brings with it? Short answer: no. But at least it looks good… kinda. The Finger Guns review:

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Pendragon (PC) Review – Camelot Of Fun

Pendragon (PC) Review – Camelot Of Fun

An impressive blend of narrative and strategy, Inkle’s Pendragon tells a unique tale with each move you make. The Finger Guns Review.

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Bartlow’s Dread Machine (Xbox One) Review – Arcadian Rhythms

Bartlow’s Dread Machine (Xbox One) Review – Arcadian Rhythms

A twin stick shooter with a difference, Bartlow’s Dread Machine deserves an audience. The Finger Guns Review.

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Road Bustle (PS4) Review – Roadkill

Road Bustle (PS4) Review – Roadkill

Imagine Crossy Road but utterly terrible. That’s Road Bustle, a cheap game that proves that you get what you pay for. The Finger Guns Review.

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Dog Duty (PS4) Review – The Dog’s Fodder

Dog Duty (PS4) Review – The Dog’s Fodder

A somewhat familiar take on the old point, click and shoot of the old days, Dog Duty is refreshing in a time of modern shooters. But how far can the basic “retro” novelty last? The Finger Guns review:

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Table Tennis (PS4) Review – Swerve This One

Table Tennis (PS4) Review – Swerve This One

With physics that takes a lot of getting used to, Sabec’s Table Tennis is a substandard attempt to replicate the real world sport. The Finger Guns Review.

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Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars (Xbox One) Review – This Bites

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars (Xbox One) Review – This Bites

A turn-based tactical battler and empire sim, Immortal Realms Vampire Wars pits vampires against humans, in a slow and dull war of attrition. It’s your will to play that’s being drained. The Finger Guns Review:

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Ori and the Will of the Wisps (Switch) Review – The Perfect Port?

Ori and the Will of the Wisps (Switch) Review – The Perfect Port?

Ori returns to the Nintendo Switch and is practically perfect in every single way. The Finger Guns Review.

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Raji: An Ancient Epic (Switch) Review – Good But Not Quite Epic

Raji: An Ancient Epic (Switch) Review – Good But Not Quite Epic

An action adventure game that’s steeped in Hindu iconography and Balinese mythology, Raji: An Ancient Epic is a fun debut game from Nodding Head Games. The Finger Guns Review.

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Tennis World Tour 2 (PS4) Review – A Limp Lob

Tennis World Tour 2 (PS4) Review – A Limp Lob

Tennis World Tour 2 comes to playstation 4 and we have the review

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