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Nostalgic Illuminations: Remembering Eternal Darkness


Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem is one of the few games I still find enjoyable today, and one of the few games that surpassed my expectations when I started playing it. Even now, I have yet to come across a game possessing such a tight narration.

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review


Every now and then a game comes along that is so amazingly realised time seems to stand still when you’re playing it. These games immerse you entirely in their world – you feel like you know the characters – you feel like you’re a part of the universe – you’re so completely and utterly entranced by the world they have created that you forget about everything around you. This happened for me with Mass Effect. It happened with The Witcher and Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines. And now it’s happened with Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

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Bastion… Stranded on a Rock in the Sky


Bastion is basically a simplistic narrative buoyed by a surprisingly deep combat system… I am usually not one for such single player experiences but Bastion provides an engaging world to play in and an intriguing little story to follow.

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Dragon Age 2 Review


Bioware’s Dragon Age: Origins was a hit with fans. Does the sequel live up to the lofty heights of its predecessor?

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