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Skip’s Sanity Review – No Pay 2 Play

In ‘No Pay 2 Play’, we review free video games (whether they’re riddled with microtransactions and season passes or not) and then answer the golden question: is it worth adding to your game library? Boring Details Developed and published by…
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Review – Mango Cart

Whether you’re running a hospital, mining for minerals on Mars, or even developing indie games within an indie game, business simulations all share an important objective, and that’s to make as much dosh as possible. Enter AkriGames with an oddly-specific…
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Retro Rated – Blood

Few games have titles that are as to-the-point as Monolith Studios’ Blood. This ultra-visceral shooter from 1998 was built within the same game engine as the legendary Duke Nukem 3D, which was known for its action-packed gameplay, high level of…
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Project Winter: Blood and lies on the snow.

An assumption that’s easy to make, specially when on the internet, is that very one. Project Winter presents you with a wide open situation and a simple premise: Eight survivors need to escape a secluded mountain facility before a mega…
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Retro Rated – Columns (Sega Mega Drive)

After Tetris came out, plenty of game companies wanted to add their own spin to the falling block puzzle sub-genre. SEGA’s answer was Columns, released in 1990 for the Mega Drive (or Genesis). The original idea was made by a…
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Jon St. John (Duke Nukem) Interview – The Cyber Den

Hail to the king, baby! This is an interview with professional voice actor and radio presenter Jon St. John, famously known as the voice of Duke Nukem. After the release of two successful side-scrollers and a critically-acclaimed first-person shooter, Duke was…
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5 Unbelievable Outfits in Gaming

Decorating characters in video games can be a lot of fun. While armour and camouflage have their practical uses, it can be great fun to suit up a character or avatar in some sweet-looking gear to help them stand out…
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PRESS RELEASE: Yorkshire Gaming Festival’s Return In February 2019

Charles Cecil and Media Molecule’s Gem Abdeen Confirmed for Yorkshire Games Festival’s Return in February 2019! Passes now on sale, with further big announcements ahead  Wednesday 26th September, 2018, Bradford, UK: Having previously confirmed the legendary Jeff Minter of Llamasoft fame at the…
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