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It might not be for everybody, but for me, Fire Emblem Echoes is damn rad.
We had to get to it eventually. It's time to talk Fire Emblem.
Small games, Zelda, and a new project!
Digging into the hottest releases of the mid 90's.
2 great small games - one perfect for the Switch, the other a free psychological horror.
2017... What a year hey?
We're probably not going to see another Killzone any time soon.
A must play first person game that easily sits alongside Firewatch, Gone Home and more.
A solid performance.
Will single player games soon be a thing of the past?
4/5ths of the way through, The Witcher is still pretty great - though a little long in the tooth.
Neck deep in politcal intrigue - just the way I like it.
2007 produced some great games, of which The Witcher deserves to be recognized as a part of.
Is the original Witcher worth playing in a post "The Witcher 3" world?
Truly a 7/10, Far Cry Primal sits as a solid video game ass video game.
For those times when a video game means more than the pixels on the screen.
Fine tuned numbers.
This week, I did the one thing you should not do when trying to trim down your pile of shame - log in to an MMO.
There's a New Order of business - out with fascists.
Wonder is such a beautiful thing.
No Man's Sky is still my favourite chill simulator.
A bit of Mario a day keeps the bad feelings away.
A JRPG worth sinking your teeth into.
There's a good reason I'm still playing this game 4 weeks later!
Strap in for one of the deepest hidden secrets in gaming from 2017.
The final roundup of the best games of 2017.
Part 2 of 2017's best games - released from May through August.
Part 1 of the list of the best games from 2017!
Wrapping up E3 with Nintendo, plus a few extra tidbids.
Part 2 for E3 2017 - covering Ubisoft, Sony and PC Gaming Show
Part 1 of PPG E3 coverage, beginning with EA, Microsoft and Bethesda's press conferences.
A breakdown of what we think is coming next week for gaming's biggest yearly event - E3.
Why the company that changed the game doesn't owe us a thing.
2016 was a shit year overall, but an amazing one for games.
An in depth investigation into the movement of limited prints of physical indie games.
It took a second play through for me to understand what makes Journey such a special game.
Here are 5 fantastic gaming podcasts worth listening to each week.
For such a massive game, the best part about No Man's Sky turned out to be the very personal stories.
Banjo-Kazooie 3 is shaping up quite nicely!
Stardew Valley holds many secrets! Here's some stuff I wished I'd knew before hitting hour 100.
What's better: Binge watching your favourite show / binge playing your favourite game - or taking it slow and methodical?
12 Games! I'm definitely probably maybe hopefully going to play them all in 2016.
The Black Glove - a game that could have been wonderful, but unfortunately couldn't find it's feet.
The tale of how I came across the collection of a lifetime.
The PS4 has had a stellar year for exclusive games, with Horizon Zero Dawn sitting as one of the best.
Unpredictable, deep, brilliant.
A shift in Nintendo's signature franchise signals a bold direction with incredible results.
An exceptional story, multi-faceted characters and more racism than the rest of the video games of 2016 put together.
A surprisingly great Minecraft-a-like that stands out as it's own cool, new thing.
A stylish puzzle platformer that is well worth your time.
Are you ready for a rad space truckin' adventure?
A must have Wii U exclusive.
Stardew Valley is a happy game.
Much like true love, Unravel grows and grows on you the more time goes on.
Yo Portal, I'm real happy for you, I’ma let you finish, but The Witness is one of the best first person puzzle games of all time.
This game is the most affecting experience I've ever had.
Video games & teenage sex - Cibele is an exploration of themes 'traditional' games don't dare touch.
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