Golf It!

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Golf It! Is one of those peculiar, yet, charming games. A rare sight for Early Access, made even rarer by the fact that it has been very well received by the public. A quick browse through the reviews on Steam, or a YouTube search, and you’ll see that a metric tonne of people have played […]

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Red Dead Redemption II: Rockstar’s Western Tragedy

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Eight Years Out in Pasture Please note that this will cover spoilers. It has been a grueling eight years since Red Dead Redemption; eight years since I truly saw and felt a story I was so immersed with I was left despairing for weeks. As time went on, my heart was able to heal however, […]

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Garry’s Mod

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Oh Garry’s Mod, you absolutely beautiful mess. A game which consists of a seemingly infinite amount of games within it, Garry’s Mod (G Mod) has been a significant success over the years and pulls many players to this day. If there was a phrase to perfectly sum up this game and its contents it would […]

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

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The latest installment in the Jurassic franchise has a very apt name. This kingdom has indeed fallen. And boy oh boy does it need to be buried until a more Utopian civilisation can do something with it. Studios are able to make a film memorable, likable or at least decent with one or more pillars […]

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Fallout: Shelter, a Loot Box Apocalypse

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This week’s review is going to be on something a little different. A mobile game, Fallout: Shelter, which was then put on Steam so I count that as a video game and shall review it as such. Falling Out with Fallout It has now become evident that over the past couple of years, Bethesda has […]

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The Mummy (1999)

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The Mummy. One of my favourite films from the 90’s and one which embodies everything that made the 90’s so flamboyant. The Mummy stars the Internet’s adored hero Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz. Director Karl Freund manages to perfectly balance the blend of horror and comedy. The premise itself is quite grotesque; a mummy comes […]

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Total War: Warhammer 2 Review

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After leaving Total War: Warhammer 2 until more factions had been included, I have finally come back to its pampering arms. I was ready to see the hours of my life drift away, muttering to myself those stupid words “one more turn”. What’s new? So, Warhammer 2 has been out for quite a while now […]

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Holdfast: Nations at War Early Access Review

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Holdfast is set in the Napoleonic era where the English and French are at one another’s throats. People are shouting all sorts of slurs and playing the most existentialist beats over voice chat. It is time to go back centuries and decide the fate of two great nations…again. Arming themselves with standard blunderbusses to nationalistic […]

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Blackwake: Naval Warfare Early Access Review

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ll is quiet aboard the galleon, all 13 crew members nervously waiting by their cannons. Torches in hands, ears pricked back, ears perked back in anticipation of the one word to make an otherwise beautiful day a horrific mess: “fire!” Unable to swivel the broadside cannons, you’ve got to wait until the time is perfect […]

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The Small Universe of Star Wars

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So I recently re-watched RedLetterMedia’s review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Mostly to remind myself of critiques presented in a fashion which didn’t read like somebody bitching for the sake of popularity. During the episode the hosts raised a very interesting thought; that the Star Wars universe is really small in regards to what […]

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