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The Swapper – Review

8.5 out of 10 Great

The Swapper is a puzzle-platformer video game with heart which combines challenging gameplay with atmospheric level design to create an experience that’s well worth a try. Originally released on PC in May 2013, the game is now available for PS3, PS4 and PS Vita. For those gamers looking for something a touch different to try – The Swapper should definitely be on your list.

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Bioware announces multiplayer for Dragon Age Inquisition


We all pretty much knew it was coming, but it’s still exciting to see it officially announced.  Multiplayer will be coming to Dragon Age Inquisition.  In much the same way multiplayer was added to the Mass Effect universe, multiplayer in Dragon Age will be a cooperative experience, separate from the single player campaign.  Read on for all the details.

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Ubisoft releases latest trailer for The Crew, detailing the environments featured


What’s better than one city to race in? Twelve cities to race in! And in the latest trailer for The Crew, those cities and environments are shown in all their splendor.

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Save Game Sunday Kickday – Culina: Hands in the Kitchen


This week’s pick for our Save Game Sunday Kickday is something a little different.  Culina: Hands in the Kitchen is a unique blend of simulation and visual novel, diving into the world of restaurant ownership.  If you love to cook, or have ever dreamed of owning your own restaurant, then this Kickstarter campaign might be worth a look.  Read on to check it out.

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Forza Horizon 2 reveals more cars in week 5 car reveal


I admit that I’m biased – I do love a good car racing game, especially if the cars featured are a mix of classic and high performance vehicles. Forza Horizon 2, therefore, has a special place in my cannot wait to be released heart, and the recently announced cars detailed as part of the game’s weekly new car announcement are making me wish the September release date was closer.

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Gaze in wonder at the Destiny launch trailer


It’s finally that time.  After years of anticipation, and what seems like a hundred different trailers and commercials, Bungie has released what will likely be the last big promotional video before the launch of Destiny.  Yes, folks, it’s time for the launch trailer.  That final mile marker on the way to release.  Read on to gaze upon in awe and wonder.

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Sony takes you inside the making of Far Cry 4


Can you hear that whistle in the distance?  It sounds like the Ubisoft hype train, and it’s getting closer.  Far Cry 4 is angling to be one of the big multi-platform releases of the holiday season, and Sony wants to show you why in a new video that takes you inside the Ubisoft development studio for some developer commentary.  Read on to check it out.

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Hands on preview – Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris


Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a little different to most Tomb Raider games, in that it’s a co-operative game for up to 4 players. It combines RPG elements with the platforming, shooting and puzzling that you’d expect from a Tomb Raider game.

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CD Projekt Red releases 35 minutes of Witcher 3 gameplay footage


Are you a Witcher fan?  Do you have a half hour to spare?  If you answered yes to those two questions, you owe it to yourself to check out the latest gameplay footage released by CD Projekt Red.  Clocking in at a staggering 35 minutes, it is the best look yet at the upcoming Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.  So sit back, relax, and read on to see it for yourself.

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Square Enix announces new game: Life Is Strange


In an industry clogged with sequels and prequels and spin-offs of already established franchises, it’s nice to see new IP announcements. The most recent of which comes from Square Enix, who have announced Life Is Strange, an episodic, digitally delivered, narrative driven adventure game developed by DONTNOD Entertainment.

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