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Night of the Living Frank
April 8, 2017 - After Capcom's latest B movie zombie-slaughtering escapade ended abruptly, fans finally have an opportunity to get some closure with this latest expansion. The problem is; Frank is now hungry for brains so let's see if this DLC can sate his appetite.
Read more: Dead Rising 4: Frank Rising Review
A long and tedious tale
April 7, 2017 - After previously being available separately on console and PC, the Banner Saga games are now being re-released as a bundle with some brand-new DLC. However, is their combined epic journey one worth taking?
Read more: Banner Saga Complete Pack + Survival Mode Review
A formidable 3D buddy platformer
April 5, 2017 - What do you get when a bat and a chameleon team up for a colourful adventure? One heck of a good time. So, let's head over to Shipwreck Creek and get ready for a modern take on classic 3D platformers.
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A glitchy and tedious tale
April 3, 2017 - When you look at a 2D action game that features mini-Metroidvania stages, it definitely seems promising. However, is SkyKeepers a worthwhile experience after persevering through its glitches and inherent frustration?
Read more: SkyKeepers Review
Is this really the end?
April 2, 2017 - FromSoftware's epic series of challenging action RPGs has supposedly come to an end with this latest DLC. The Ringed City is definitely a memorable albeit brief adventure so let's journey forth to the land of ash and see what it has to offer.
Read more: Dark Souls III: The Ringed City Review
Rock out with your Xbox out
March 29, 2017 - It looks like the rock gods smiled upon the developers of this latest Kinect gem. If you're ready to kick out some serious jams and destroy dastardly dudes in the process then grab your axe and let's rock!
Read more: Air Guitar Warrior for Kinect Review
Slithering serpent fun without the bite
March 29, 2017 - If you've ever wanted to control a snake while maneuvering around tricky stages then here's a game for you. Snake Pass may feature novel gameplay but does it amount to fun or are you better off playing with your own pet snake?
Read more: Snake Pass Review
An incredible game that takes a while to grow on you
March 27, 2017 - Whenever a game releases that requires patience to start being enjoyable, it usually gets a mixed reaction. In comes Has-Been Heroes, an unconventional strategic roguelike gem that also happens to be one of the most rewarding indie games ever made.
Read more: Has-Been Heroes Review
Dig into a delightful underground experience
March 27, 2017 - Point-and-click adventure games are rare to spot on consoles. The Inner World is a promising exception so get ready to dive into the depths of the Earth where a little chum is taking on bad guys and uncovering the mysteries of his flute-nose.
Read more: The Inner World Review
An ultimately fun journey that leaves an awful first impression
March 25, 2017 - Going on an adventure with a virtual friend is nothing new in gaming. However, Troll and I offers an interesting approach to the genre so let's see if this big hairy beast has what it takes to wow gamers.
Read more: Troll and I Review