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Minecraft themed Xbox One S bundle and controllers announced

The Xbox One X wasn’t the only console to receive attention during Microsoft’s Gamescom 2017 conference. The company also took some time to announce a new limited edition Minecraft themed Xbox One S bundle and controllers will ...
 
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Jurassic World Evolution theme park simulator announced

Frontier Developments has announced they will be bringing Jurassic World Evolution to the PC, Xbox One and PS4 in Q2-Q3 2018. Apart from a short teaser trailer which we have embed below, not much is known about the title other ...
 
 
PC
 

LawBreakers Review

When LawBreakers was originally announced as the first game from new studio Boss Key Productions, Rocket Chainsaw was very excited to see how the game would fit in to the saturated market of online shooters. LawBreakers (previo...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
3DS
 

Miitopia Review – An Accessible Adventure

When I was first introduced to Miis by the Nintendo Wii, I didn’t know how to feel about the strange little avatars I was forced to create. As time went on, and each subsequent generation of Nintendo hardware included Miis, I g...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Past Cure Preview

It’s never easy, being the new kid on the block. Particularly in an industry like gaming, where a less-than-stellar debut can seal the fate of a new company, relegating them to the ‘Under $5’ section on Steam ...
 
 
Switch
 

Splatoon 2 Review – Splat-tastic!

The original Splatoon was a surprise hit. Not only was the game an original IP but it was also a third person shooter; a genre that you just wouldn’t normally associate with Nintendo. Yet they developed the game with its own di...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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Project Cars 2 Hands-On Preview

2015’s Project CARS, or Community Assisted Racing Simulator, stands as an example of what can happen when a passionate, well organised community comes together behind a project. Largely crowdfunded, and developed with con...
 
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E3 2017: Moss Preview

We’d all worn those red/blue glasses before, but do you remember the first time you sat down in front of a 3D movie, at home or at the cinema, and were just so blown away that you thought to yourself “Holy Cow, this...
 
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E3 2017: Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Hands-On

Since its first appearance on the SNES, way back in 1996, Natsume’s Harvest Moon franchise has been regarded as the pinnacle of relaxed, good-natured adventure in gaming. All 26 (!) games in the ‘Story of Seasons...

 
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E3 2017: Life Is Strange: Before The Storm Preview

It was back in 2010, with the release of David Cage’s Heavy Rain, that I was first exposed to ‘interactive cinema‘; an emergent genre, focusing on rich plots and cinematic storytelling in lieu of complex gamep...