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    Dustoff Heli Rescue PC review – When the Vietnam war goes Minecraft

    11 October 2016 , by Guest Author

    Years ago, there was a game on the Apple //e called Choplifter. As expected on such an early game, it was a simple game with simple graphics, and a simple premise. The premise for Dustoff Heli Rescue is the same one: You are flying a helicopter seeking to rescue hostages in a war zone. While the Choplifter had a somewhat...

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    Thea: The Awakening PC review – An alright concoction of gameplay elements

    10 October 2016 , by Guest Author

    What do you get if you take the best bits from some of your favourite games and mash them together? The best game ever, right? That’s the theory, sure. Having been offered the chance to review Thea: The Awakening, it looked to have the turn-based elements of Civilization, the resource management of Settlers, RPG elements from Elder Scrolls with som...

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    Typoman Revised PC review – A really entertaining 2D puzzle platformer

    10 October 2016 , by Guest Author

    I’ve been surprised by games before. I’ve found some games to be an incredible disappointment after hoping so hard for something good. There have been some that I was surprised at how pleasant they were despite bad reviews. Nevertheless, nothing quite prepared me for the shock that I got from Typoman Revised. An updated version of the W...

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    No Man’s Sky and the danger of hype

    5 October 2016 , by Guest Author

    It’s been silence from indie studio Hello Games since the announcement that No Man’s Sky would be investigated by the Advertising Standards Authority. A post on reddit appeared on the 27th September detailing a response from the ASA after gamers complained about misleading information surrounding the controversial game. According to Gameslice host ...

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    Sexuality and the grotesque in video games

    3 October 2016 , by Guest Author

    ***WARNING! This blog post will contain themes and imagery that some may find disturbing*** Human beings love monsters. All throughout history humans have created monsters to fear, and to help us come to terms with some of the fundamental aspects of our reality. Whether as part of cultural mythology, art, literature or modern media, fictional and m...

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    Category: Opinion editorial

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