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Weekly Round-Up

It’s been a while since I’ve done a round up of articles, but I’ve covered quite a bit of ground this week and even managed to finish off the original Gears of War trilogy too. Thanks COVID-19! Alien Day Last Sunday was Alien Day, it being the date which matches the number designed to the planet under threat in 1986 […]

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Preview: Pope Simulator

Ultimate Games seem to be trying to corner the market in bizarre, controversial ‘Simulator’ games. Despite the Polish indie making their name with a straightforward and highly regarded sim game – Ultimate Fishing Simulator – they’ve released other sims, some more straight faced than others, but perhaps the most oddball (not to mention the most deliberately controversial) sim they’ve been […]

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Review: Can Androids Pray: variation_Blue

Version Played: Switch (Also available on: Mac, WIndows, Xbox One) – Published by: aPriori Digital It’s very rare that a game can really make you ponder the deeper, more existential questions that sometimes nag at us in our more contemplative moments. Perhaps even more unexpected is that the rather philosophical game in question would be set during a conversation between […]

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TV Review: Red Dwarf: The Promised Land

I was there at the beginning, you know. Of course the beginning – episode one of Red Dwarf, broadcast on BBC 2 way back in 1988 – was actually called The End. I was immediately hooked. Essentially a traditional sitcom featuring mismatched characters butting heads to amusing effect – that just happens to be set in space – Red Dwarf […]

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Review: Rise of the Tomb Raider

Version Played: Xbox One – Also available on PS4, PC, Mac, Linux and Google Stadia The sequel to 2013’s critically and commercially successful Tomb Raider reboot, Rise of the Tomb Raider continues Lara’s story; her experience of supernatural phenomena in the previous game leads to Lara finally believing in her late father’s research into the secret for immortality – which […]

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Review: Agony (Switch)

Out Now – ($19.99/£17.99) – Published by: Forever Entertainment A descent into a visceral, bone and sinew-covered hell with some astonishingly graphic visuals and often explicit nudity (though not sexualised, […]