Reviews

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Review: The Wolf Among Us – A Crooked Mile

Developer: Telltale Games Release Date: Out now Format: PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Vita Version Tested: PC Price: £3.99, or part of TWAU season pass The dramatic concluding events of Episode 2 flow directly into the opening of Episode 3. A Crooked Mile starts off with a bang and synchs up wonderfully with everything that has…

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Review: Shadowrun Returns – Dragonfall

For many critics, the best DLC of the year may already be wrapped up. And deservedly so. Naughty Dog’s ‘Left Behind’ was a fantastic narrative-focused adventure that had more characterisation in its sub-two hour duration than many thirty to forty hour blockbuster ever manage. In many ways, we’d be inclined…

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Review: The Walking Dead – A House Divided

We’re knee-deep in Clementine’s adventure. We’ve watched this young girl grow into a determined, strong woman as Telltale continue to put her through one traumatic event after another, but this episode is as much about her fellow travellers as her. In fact, Telltale have created a multi-layered, complex piece of…

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Review: Dead Rising 3 – Fallen Angel

While Operation Broken Eagle was a bit hit and miss, we imagined things would only get better with the remaining three pieces of story-based Dead Rising 3 content. Unfortunately, we were wrong… Developer: Capcom Vancouver Publisher: Microsoft Studios Release Date: 11th February 2014 Format: Xbox One Price: £7.99 This time, the story takes us deep underground,…

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Review: The Wolf Among Us: Smoke & Mirrors

Developer: Telltale Games Release Date: Out now Format: PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Vita Version Tested: Xbox 360 Price: £3.99, or part of TWAU season pass Telltale Games know how to tell a story. They’re not afraid to tug on your heartstrings or force you into impossible situations. That’s what makes their games so great. And…

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Review: Broken Age (Act I)

It says a lot about Double Fine and their following that even before its release, Broken Age quickly became one of the most influential titles of recent years. In much the same way as Minecraft birthed an entire generation of games sold in an incomplete state, but were developed (or…