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Thrustmaster T300 Ferrari GTE Wheel Review http://bit.ly/1GjDHMe
I’ve spent the past couple of weeks racing about with a T300 Force Feedback Wheel. It’s great. Ridiculously powerful to the point that it attempted to rip itself off my desk multiple times during DiRT Rally yet with such lovely control that even I could make proper turns in Euro Truck Simulator 2 (ETS2). The …
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Mortal Kombat X Review (Xbox One) http://bit.ly/1RcNrfr
Mortal Kombat X sets a great standard for fighting game storytelling. The characters aren’t exactly complex but they all have their own set of problems, from family issues to age old clan rivalries. Along the way there’s a bunch of twists and turns; enemies become allies and allies become enemies as you smash your way …
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Amazing work to reverse engineer this classic game #wipeout  #ps1
20 years after first poking about contents of the classic PlayStation racing game WipEout, developer Dominic Szablewski (@phoboslab) has brought the racer to life in your browser. All it took was the inquisitive mind of Szablewski, C code from a reverse engineering wiki, the assorted jumble of original WipEout game files and 800 lines of …
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Life Is Strange Episode 2 Review (PC)
Episode 2 continues to develop the themes set out in the first part of Life Is Strange. Max and other kids are still struggling with cliques in school while she learns more about her time-travelling powers. We see more of Arcadia Bay, checking out the diner where Chloe’s mother works and a few other areas. …
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Cities Skylines Review (PC)
I want my cities like I want my men; organised, efficient, and um, clean? With this in mind I was determined to create a burgeoning yet pleasant metropolis for my Skylinians to spend their days. They would want for nothing, especially not doughnuts. From the very start of Cities: Skylines there’s options galore with a …
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Resident Evil Revelations 2 Episode 4 Review (Xbox One)
The end is nigh. Following a very strong 3rd episode, containing some of the best elements that the Resident Evil franchise has had to offer, anticipation (and expectation) for the finale was high. Do Claire and Moira survive? Does Barry find his daughter, and do we finally discover Natalia’s secret? The meaning of the word …
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World of Warships Preview
World of Warships is crazy fun! Currently in closed beta from the same company that makes World of Tanks and World of Warplanes, Warships brings the same style of gaming to the oceans. As a relative noob to all their games, I’ve been whooshing about in cruisers and destroyers for the past week, shooting ships …
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Commodore Amiga 30th Anniversary Events #Amiga #retro
In 1985, Commodore launched wonderful Amiga computer family. During the late 80s and early 90s the Amiga became home to a huge range of classic games and applications. It shaped my childhood as I grew up playing games like Dungeon Master, Stunt Car Racer, Carrier Command and Sensible World of soccer on my A500 and …
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First Impressions: Pillars of Eternity
I love this game. Made by Obsidian Entertainment (South Park: The Stick of Truth, Fallout New Vegas), after a tremendously successful KickStarter, Pillars of Eternity lives up to its promise as a spiritual successor to Baldur’s Gate and other Infinity Engine games of the 90s. It’s filled with love and references. After playing through the …
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Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition Review (PC) http://bit.ly/1BWVk0r
The Extended Edition of Three Fourths Home is out today. Coming from Bracket Games, it’s a visual novel of sorts that has you holding down the “drive” button in a car while choosing dialogue options. It’s… not my style of game, nor of storytelling. Everything is told as a conversation between your character, Kelly, and …
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Ad: Battlefield Hardline http://bit.ly/1I4pT6D
Battlefield Hardline was released this week, the militarised cops and robbers version of the popular FPS series. The single-player campaign has been described as “memorable, innovative and worth playing“. It follows the story of Nick Mendoza, a detective travelling across the country in a plethora of vehicles to seek revenge on dirty cops through the …
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