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Nick reviews the third & final instalment in Spiderweb Software's Avadon series. Read how this popular franchise finishes its closing act...

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Mark heads to the pitch as he reviews the 2017 edition of SEGA's Football Manager series. Now with added Brexit, as if that's the thing that makes games better...

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Review: Party Hard Go

30 Nov 2016 0
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No, it's not another game in Square's 'GO' mobile adaptations line, not even close. Are you sitting down? You might want to sit down. Hotline Miami's special brand of crazy seems to have finally come to mobile...

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Review: Elexi

29 Nov 2016 0
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Elexi was released at the beginning of the month, but we've finally had a chance to cast our critical eye over it. Read Nick's review and find out why this is a pretty solid Word game...

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JP Marr's been our go-to guy for most things Talisman and 40K in general. The Prospero expansion for Talisman: Horus Heresy seems to have failed the Emperor's test, however. Read JP's review to find out more.

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We recently reviewed this one over on Wargamer, and now Nick steps up to give the Pocket Tactics verdict on this mobile board-game port. The Redcoats are coming.

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JP reviews Steamworld Heist - a steampunk inspired turn-based combat game that stands apart while also emulating genre-greats.

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We never did a review of this originally, so when David reached out asking for us to look at his latest DLC we put Mark on the case. Spoiler: He didn't like it.

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Matt's historically covered the Lifeline games for us in the past, so we brought him back for one more go. I think the shine is starting to wear a bit thin...

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Nick takes a look at Demon's Rise 2: Lords of Chaos, a turn-based role-playing game set in a dark fantasy setting. Imagine if 4th Edition D&D was a videogame and didn't crush your soul every time you played it...

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