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Legend of Zelda – Breath of the Wild Review: A new take on a classically loved game

By: Rachel Frederick After a long, painful wait, Zelda fans around the world can finally rejoice at the arrival of the new Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild game. While the game was first promised before the release of … Continue reading

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The Elder Scrolls: Legends – Truly Legendary? Or just another Disappointing Myth?

By Thomas Rahal With the recent surge in the popularity of CCGs/TCGs among game developers and designers, largely due to the release of Blizzard’s Hearthstone 2 years back, there have been many attempts at reinventing and improving the formula. While … Continue reading

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DLCs Transform Destiny into the Game We All Wanted

By Sarah White When I first played Destiny I wasn’t overwhelmed with a sense of excitement, I wasn’t itching to go back and play the game again and again for hours on end. When I first played Destiny it felt … Continue reading

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Feathery Justice: Aviary Attorney brings Meaning to Fight or Flight

By: Ashley Quirke If you’re a fan of Phoenix Wright – or just a bird lover, like myself, then you’ll be hooked on Aviary Attorney by Sketchy Logic Games. You play as Jayjay Falcon, the owner and operator of Aviary … Continue reading

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The Rivals for Catan: Rivals the Settlers of Catan

By Sarah Boyd The Settlers of Catan has to be one of the most recognizable tabletop games in the gaming community. While I always enjoy playing it with a group of friends, I have grown to love the Rivals for … Continue reading

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Kirby: Planet Robobot Review

By: Jillian Thistle Kirby Planet Robobot provides a refreshing, less gimmick filled game to a series that desperately needed it. This new game was recently released for the Nintendo 3DS and is the most recent title for the Kirby series. … Continue reading

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Stardew Valley: why you need to play it and why everyone else already has

By James Reid Indie developers are constantly proving to the gaming world that they can create games that are just as good, if not better, than any AAA title made by a big name company like Bethesda, EA, or Ubisoft. … Continue reading

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Fire Emblem Fates – Birthright Review: “Hoshido-n’t worry, Play Birthright”

By: Ashley Quirke Greetings friend! No doubt you’ve read the other article about Fire Emblem Fates that Nohr recently released. All heresy and propaganda I assure you. Let me tell you about a brighter, sunnier world away from the dark … Continue reading

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“All is Fair in love and Nohr”: A Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest Review

By: Dylan Hardy Having played all of the Fire Emblem games to date I was ecstatic to hear that the latest installment, Fire Emblem Fates, would be split into three branching storylines. Fates takes place in a country where two … Continue reading

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Undertale: The Ever-Growing Popular Indie Hit.

By: Ashley Quirke Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you have definitely heard of Undertale, the indie smash hit created by Toby Fox and released in September of 2015. In this game, the player is placed in the role … Continue reading

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