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  • Total War: ATTILA Review

    Total War: ATTILA Review

    Let's talk about the elephant in the room and get it out of the way before we begin with Attila. Rome 2 was a disaster. Almost everything about it was terrible. The music was so poor that it sucked the life out of the game (not that there was much life in it to begin with mind you). There was no family tree. The politics system was neither politics nor a system, it was an afterthought that made no sense and had no impact on anything. Your generals and "family members" were faceless pawns...
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    Last edited by Dayve; 19-02-15, 18:59.

  • Dying Light Review

    Dying Light Review

    Dying Light, developed by Techland and released on 27 Jan 2015, is an open world zombie survival game with a heavy emphasis on parkour which, for those of you who are not sure, is basically jumping from one rooftop to another until you break something. Parkour is unusual for a zombie survival game but is incredibly useful in Dying Light. There are all kinds of goodies hidden on rooftops and the majority of zombies you're dealing with in the game are the traditional slow and mindless variety, not...
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    Last edited by Dayve; 06-02-15, 10:42.

  • Thief:- Definitive review!

    Thief:- Definitive review!

    Its shit.
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  • Happy New Year!!!!

    Happy New Year!!!!

    Happy New Year....
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  • Tropico 5

    Tropico 5

    First there was Tropico.
    Then there was another one of it.
    Then there was a 3D one of it.
    Then there was another one of that.
    This is another one of the 3D one.
    Now I would imagine that most people who have rad this far will know that Tropico is amoderately amusing city builder / dictatorship simulator with a distinctly caribean flavour. And most of them will have at least tried one of the prequels, and yes to use a rather obvious cop out, if you liked...
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  • Buy yourself a present

    Buy yourself a present

    This year we have created something special for you, our fans, a Christmas Surprise bulging with delights. This festive deal is available from 8th December – 18th December 2014, only at the Square Enix Store.

    For just £4.99 you will receive a surprise selection of our most exciting Steam games from our global catalogue, worth over £70 (RRP or equivalent).

    Stuffed with 6 individual Steam keys, and additional store offers, this is one Christmas treat you just can´t
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    Ban This Sick Filth

    Now I hope you are all proud of yourselves!
    Collectively, as a group, you should hang your heads in shame!
    Do you see the damage you have wrought? With all your #gamer gate conspiracy nonsense and shameful painting of Social Justice Warriors like myself as professional victims actively seeking out anything to be offended by and to morally rally against, when we simply want to improve society!
    To make the world a...
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  • Wings: Remastered

    Wings: Remastered

    The problem with nostalgia, is that there are not enough good jokes about it. Oh sure, there’s the “It’s not like when I was a kid” but everyone and their Gran uses that one in retro gaming reviews. Clearly what the world needs are more good jokes about nostalgia, because with the increasing number of retro games that are being “remastered”, it looks like we are going to need them
    Harking back to the days when all a computer game needed to do to be described as “cinematic” was...
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  • Rise of Nations... greatest real-time strategy game ever?

    Rise of Nations... greatest real-time strategy game ever?

    Out of all the strategy games I've ever played (and there have been a lot) Rise of Nations gave me the biggest challenge and the most fun gaming session in a RTS that I've ever experienced.. I played on a medium sized map against an AI opponent. I was Russia, the AI was Germany. The game mirrored the Russian-German conflict of World War 2 with 100% accuracy. I set the rules so that combat would not start until 1 hour had passed, giving me time to build up and prepare for the...
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  • JackRabbits Shameless Content Push.

    JackRabbits Shameless Content Push.

    Rise of Nations, released over a decade ago (arn't we getting old!) it managed to expertly merge the scale of the Civilisation games with the action, excitement and speed of a traditional RTS, and whilst its currently available on Steam for £3.74, you never know, some kindly associate might buy the 4-pack and hand out copies for free.
    Unfortunately for you lot, that kindly associate isn't me, I want you to dance for your "free" game!
    So in a shameless...
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    Last edited by Belimawr; 19-11-14, 22:09.
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    So EA's perennial uphill task to provide a counter to the market dominance of Steam continues and this blue moons (Bit harsh. EA do give these away fairly frequently to be honest) free golden oldie is ...... Ultima III - PAGAN (for those didn't see the picture)
    Of course, it requires origin.
    But it is FREE.
    Not that anyone would buy such an old game anyway.
    Mumble mumble I just wanted the...
    30-04-15, 23:15
  • Calling all budding designers......

    Currently available on Bundle Stars for the amazing knockdown price of £2.24 the game creation program AXIS GAME FACTORY!!!
    Now for all you budding games developers (and Spats), I have a free copy of the software which will be gifted to whoever comes up with the most impressive reason as to why I should give it to them.
    I couldn't be bothered to create a picture...
    24-03-15, 18:11
  • Back to the Future!!!!!


    So the re-imagining of top 80's multiplayer dungeon hack and slash "Gauntlet" is available at 75% off, probably for a limited time only, on the above link.

    What 1985 looked like....
    18-03-15, 17:52
  • Sim City 2000:- Free

    The 90's were great wern't they. Some of the best games created in that decade. Thief, Alpha Centauri and Sim City. All suffered from abominations of re-boots over the last year.
    Hark back to a better time with the original (cough cough cough erm are you entirely sure about that?) Sim City FREE on Origin....
    10-12-14, 21:17
  • CloudBuilt on sale


    Currently available for £3 on Bundlestars (unlocks on Steam) is the rather excellent and not at all imaginary "Cloudbuilt"
    Which I would, and indeed did ( http://pcgamesc.com/3816-cloudbuilt) heartily recommend...
    09-12-14, 22:03
  • Bollocks.
    So it was boud to happen one day. I bought something and then found out I already owned it!.
    Don't I feel stupid.
    So there you go. I'm not saying what it is, though I would ask that whoever succesfully activates it lets everyone know.
    Maybe I will give other shit away in this fashon, because clearly the whole "write and article" isnt working.

    28-11-14, 20:48