Watch Dogs 2: A Dream Come True

– Andrew Charlton A lot of people were very excited when Watch Dogs was first revealed. A hacking sandbox playground? It sounded like something many gamers had been wanting for a very long time; it sounded like the perfect culmination of the GTA-style of game. Watch Dogs didn’t live up…

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Bethesda Brings It Back: Dishonored 2 Review

By Andrew Charlton Dishonored was considered something of a revolutionary game. A return to form for the stealth genre, it brought back what made the old Thief series wonderful, and improved upon it tenfold. It had some of the finest tuned stealth ever seen, mixed in with a bewildering number…

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Dark Souls 3: Ashes of Ariandiel Review

– Andrew Charlton I admit, I’ve been very excited for the release of this DLC. A snowy adventure into a land of bird monsters, Vikings and screaming trees? Sounds just what I’d hope for from Dark Souls. Now that it’s here, I can say that it’s satisfying. It’s not great,…

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Titanfall 2: An unexpected beauty

– by Andrew Charlton It’s rare that a first person shooter has a campaign that really sticks with you; Bioshock 1, Call of Duty 4, the new Doom. So you can imagine my surprise when Titanfall 2 — the sequel to a game that didn’t even have a single player…

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The Rise and Fall of Silent Hill

– by Andrew Charlton   Silent Hill. We think of it as one of the greats in the horror genre; one of the most terrifying series to the see the half-light of a foggy day. But really, how many good games have there been in the series? Sadly, not as…

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