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Yooka-Laylee was originally announced back in 2012 as ex-Rare employees stating that they wanted to make a spiritual successor to the 'Banjo-Kazooie' franchise, which was developed by Rare and was a successful, well loved game. Here I am in...
Here we have a Platforming puzzler, where the aim is to save the universe from the looming threat, avoiding death and traps to navigate puzzles. A game that follows some classic gaming traditions as you'll see in this A Pixel...
Sumo Digital brings a charming game to the PS4, Xbox One and PC plus, they have brought it to Nintendo Switch users too. My Snake Pass review that you're reading, is based on the Switch version but is certainly...
Ever since I saw the first trailer I was looking forward to getting a 88 Heroes review done. It has such a completely random concept and was clearly a game going to be made for the fun if playing. A concept...
When a game takes a known formula and switches it on its head that game is often subject to either high praise or high criticism. And this is often what the developer, in this case Nerdook Productions, wants: to be discussed...
There has been a lot of positive response in the indie game world, and wider gaming too, with dark 2D platform/puzzle games. One of our games of 2016 was the incredible Inside(Review) that was close to an official GOTY...
Everyone is bored of remasters right? No way! It's great to see classic games make a comeback and today we got some great news from Activision and Vicarious Visions. We know the Crash Bandicoot Trilogy PS4 release will be on...
Great news for fans of platforming games, and ones that are a bit different too. Today we've been updated by the guys at Sumo Digital about when we'll see their latest game launch. You'll now be able to play...
We have an update on a really cool looking indie game from Team 17 and Playtonic Games today. It's had to move a little but we now have a Yooka Laylee release date set for April in 2017. And interestingly,...
Rarely does a game leave an impression like Inside does. So much so that, in the beginning of this review, I'm asking you to go and play it before reading. The latest creation of Playdead (makers of Limbo) wastes...

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