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Review - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine DLC

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The Witcher 3 had my game of the year title back when it released last year. A year has passed and it is still one of the best experiences I have had on the new consoles. I finally finished the latest DLC Blood and Wine and I’ll be damned if this isn't one of the best games I have played in a long time and the DLC just goes to show how much love and passion CD Project Red puts into their releases

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Review - N.E.R.O

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NERO, or Nothing Ever Remains Obscure is one of those experiences that you sit back and question what a game truly is anymore. It has many description but the official one is “a wonderful journey in a world of incredible beauty...” or to be more specific “a story-driven first-person puzzle game with intuitive controls”. So if any of what has just been described to you sounds boring this is probably not the game for you, however if you are intrigued with this then NERO might just be what you need right now

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Review - Lost Sea

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Ah, the Bermuda Triangle, a ancient legend that has been played out for years while still nobody has been able to answer its questions. Seems fitting to call a game that takes place within this triangle Lost Sea, and that is precisely what Eastasiasoft has called their latest game

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Review - Fenix Furia

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Fenix Furia is as close to a new Super Meatboy game you can get at the moment. It is a 2D action platformer which calls for quick reactions and 100 % total control of the controller at all times. With hairpin precision this is one of those “try and fail” games where you at times pull every strain of hair from your head in frustration while almost imploding of excitement whenever you conquer a hard level

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Review - Uncharted 4

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Lets be honest, if you own a Playstation there is no chance in hell you do not already know what the Uncharted series is. Either you have played all of them, played some of them or at least one of them and you already have a opinion on whether you like the series or not. If you are reading this chances are you are a fan of the series and want to know if you should pick up the long awaited sequel to Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, the short answer to that is yes, and my follow-up question to you is, why haven't you already? And what if I told you this might be the best game in the series. This is our review for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and it is amazing. Don't worry, this review is totally spoiler free!

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Review - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan

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PlatinumGames has a couple of games that I hold dearly, MadWorld, Bayonetta and last but not least Transformers: Devastation, but they have also made some games that I was not particularly excited about like Anarchy Reigns and The Legend of Korra, so I was a little afraid when I was set with reviewing the newest Ninja Turtles games seeing their track record. But since I enjoyed Transformers: Devastation I figured I would enjoy this too as it seemed to be heading down the same track, and sadly I was correct, because Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan is mainly a re skinned version of Transformers: Devastation

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Review - Shadwen

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Frozenbyte is known for a series that has become one of my favourites within that specific genre, mainly the Trine series, but this latest release from the Finnish developers have them dipping their toes into unknown waters and sadly the end result is mixed. We take a look at the latest release from Frozenbyte the stealth game called Shadwen

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Review - Hitman Episode 2: Sapienza

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The second episode of the new Hitman game is upon us and after numerous play through and a playtime of too many hours to even share with you we finally reached a verdict. This is, for some people, the make or break if they should buy all the episodes or just leave it at that first episode, but let me tell you, it keeps getting better and better with each episode. This is the Playstation 4 review of the second episode for Hitman, “Sapienza”

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Review - Ratchet and Clank (PS4)

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Ratchet and Clank brings back a lot of good memories for me personally. I remember when me and my brother in law got addicted to the first Ratchet and Clank game, when we shared an apartment back in the day. Our days consisted of working, getting home from work, then return to Ratchet and Clank and play until the night and then rinse and repeat. We almost 100% the first game, the only thing we we're missing was one collectible. That was years ago, so you can imagine my excitement when I was set with reviewing the newest release in the Ratchet and Clank saga for the Playstation 4

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Review - Stories: The Path of Destinies

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Stories: The Path of Destinies is a narrative game and as the title implies it has a path of destinies, not a destiny but multiple destinies. It puts you in the role of a fox named Reynardo and you are pinned against an evil frog who has ravens as his employers. With the help of a book Reynardo needs to learn from his mistakes and ultimately find the correct path, but to do so he needs to fail. Seems like a weird setup for a game right? The funny thing is though that it totally works

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Review - Dark Souls III

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After about 2-3 minutes into Dark Souls III I met my first boss, not random, it was meant for us to cross paths at this moment, and at that exact moment I knew I had made a huge mistake trying to do this review for Dark Souls III in time. However, I survived, not only that battle but all the other ones at well. No controllers was broken, no TV screens was shattered and no foul language was... well, some foul language was spoken, actually, a lot of foul language was not only spoken but yelled, but the weirdest part of this whole circus was the share enjoyment I have had reviewing Dark Souls III on the Playstation 4

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Review - Nights of Azure

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If you have an interest in JRPGs then you are already familiar with developer Gust, known for the Atelier and Ar tonelico series. However, if you are not familiar with these games and still interested in Nights of Azure, you might be fond of another series that this game lends heavily from, mainly the Dynasty Warriors series. As a gamer who has no specific genre they enjoy the most it is sometimes my duty to review JRPGs, simply because I have the time and a weird interest for insane and wacky storylines, and who does all of the above better than JRPGs? It is time I try my sanity on Nights of Azure the latest release from Gust and Koei Tecmo, the Playstation 4 version

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Review - Hitman Episode 1: Paris

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As a long time Hitman fan it is always scary for me personally whenever a new Hitman game releases, not because I am afraid it won't live up to my expectations but simply the fear of not having enough time to play it all the time, stupid sleep and family. You can imagine my ears perked up when I heard they were releasing an episodic Hitman game, because this way I could sleep, spend time with my family and play Hitman all in one day. And here we are, the first episode of Hitman is upon us and we get to sharpened or fibre wire and clean out our silenced pistols, clear out any empathy we had for humanity and go all in as I review the Playstation 4 version of the first episode in the Hitman series, Paris

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Review - Day of the Tentacle Remastered

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I played this original game when it first released, back then I was 12 years old, I am now … older than that but it still evokes the same amazing experience as it did back then. And that is a true testament to how incredible good this game was, and is. I go back to my childhood and re-play the revamped and remastered version of a old time classic, Day of the Tentacle on the Playstation 4

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Review - Salt and Sanctuary

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Dark Souls III is right around the corner and I just played something that might interest you and kill some of this horrible downtime you are experiencing right now as you wait for the game to release. The game I am talking about is a 2D... wait, where are you going? Hear me out! This game is a 2D Dark Souls and it is called Salt and Sanctuary and it is just as hard as any Dark Souls game, and the scary thing is that it is just as entertaining. This is the review for the Playstation 4 version of Salt and Sanctuary

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Review - Kholat

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There has been numerous games released under the indie survival horror game genre these last couple of years, most of these has created a mediocre to low critical praise while others such as Outlast, Slender and Amnesia: The Dark Descent has managed to create a rather positive buzz, so when I discovered Kholat I knew I had to read up on the Dyatlo Pass incident in which this game is based upon and I was pleasantly surprised the further I dug into both the game and the story. This is a game you really should pay attention to. This is our review of the Playstation 4 version of Kholat

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Review - Deadpool (PS4)

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Better late than never. When Deadpool first arrived on the previous consoles we wrote “There is nothing unique here, but it is still one of the most fun and entertaining experiences I have had in a long time. It is good to play a game that is just that, a game, a fun and entertaining experience that disconnects you from the real-world for a few hours and takes you on an insane journey through the mind of Deadpool.” and this still stands when we once again revisit Deadpool, only this time on the current gen consoles

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Review - Dying Light: The Following

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How bold is it to remove one of the main draws of a product and replace it with something completely new? Dying Light The Following does just that, the parkour aspect of the game that was hailed when it first released as a game changer has now been pushed aside and instead you get a vehicle, a dune buggy to be precise. Techland goes out of their way to introduce this new mechanics in the expansion to Dying Light named The Following. And you know what.. it works!

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Review - Arslan: The Warriors of Legend

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Omega Force is back at it again with another release, Arslan: The Warriors of Legend. Omega Force most noticeably known for their work on the Dynasty Warriors series, but also games like One Piece: Pirate Warriors, Hyrule Warriors, Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below among others. So you already know what you get once you go looking for a Omega Force developed game, and if you don't allow me to educate you the easiest way I know, they all feel like playing a Dynasty Warriors game with other characters, story and some tweaks to gameplay mechanics. But other than that, they are pretty similar to previous releases

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Review - This War of Mine: The Little Ones

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Are you ready for some darkness? Are you ready to have the lives of different survivors in your hands, keeping them fed, medicated, and away from depression during a raging war? This is a survival war game with the inspiration taken from the 92-96 Siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War, and it is heavy. Are you ready for this?

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