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  • What to expect- Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China

    Posted by amaranta on April 27, 2015 in Gaming


    Chinese cut Assassin’s Creed Chronicles China offers a way for fans to get their fix before this holiday’s big release While we all gear up for the inevitable release of a big budget Assassin’s Creed release which is expected to be set in Victorian London later this year, Ubisoft wants to give us a constant […]

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  • Gaming review: GTA V on PC

    Posted by amaranta on April 19, 2015 in Gaming


    Life at sixty frames per second Grand Theft Auto V has arrived on PC, and it’s much more than just a prettier version of the game. GTA’s fifth instalment is here on PC, and here’s what you should know about the game’s release on the platform before diving into beautiful Los Santos: The game can […]

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  • Game Review- Aaru’s Awakening

    Posted by amaranta on April 13, 2015 in Gaming


    Think, Teleport Aaru’s Awakening is a hand-drawn 2D action platformer where you battle evil using the synergy of teleportation Let’s get this out of the way first: Aaru’s Awakening features some top quality artwork and animation. Games with interesting visual styles seem to be more common these days, but that doesn’t make each game’s aesthetic […]

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  • Why you should play Telltale’s Game of Thrones series

    Posted by amaranta on April 6, 2015 in Gaming


    Gear up for the upcoming season by playing these adventures from Telltale Games If you’ve been reading my weekly column on this website, you’ll know that I’m a fan of Telltale Games’ brand of interactive storytelling. I do enjoy a ‘core’ puzzle based adventure game, but there’s a fantastic appeal to their episodic content that […]

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  • Game Review: Tales from the Borderlands

    Posted by amaranta on March 30, 2015 in Gaming

    Tales from the Borderlands Episode 2

    Episode 2: Atlas Mugged Rhys and Fiona look for a secret facility, while Borderlands favourites make special appearances in this second episode from Telltale Episode One set the bar high—with its elaborate Hollywood movie ending, difficult decisions and clever set pieces. The follow up, however, is more toned down, choosing instead to focus on character […]

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  • Game review- Helldivers

    Posted by amaranta on March 23, 2015 in Gaming


      Suicide Mission Spread managed democracy one planet at a time in Helldivers You are the faceless warrior, the cape-wearing gun-totter, the vanquisher of bugs, cyborgs and Illuminates, the accidental hero (or villain). You are… a Helldiver! From Arrowhead Games, the minds behind Magicka, comes Helldivers, a top-down shooter aimed at co-operative play. This is […]

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  • GTA V: Heists

    Posted by amaranta on March 16, 2015 in Gaming


    The big score Plan elaborate capers in GTA V’s latest addition to its online multiplayer: Heists GTA Online was never short of content to begin with, thanks to an insane number of activities that covered both the traditional and non-traditional spectrum of gameplay modes you would encounter in a game. Online wasn’t without its flaws—particularly, […]

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  • The Order: 1886

    Posted by amaranta on March 10, 2015 in Gaming


    Once more, Sir Knight The Order: 1886 will hold your hand more than it probably should, and while it doesn’t bring anything new to the table as a shooter, its production values, art direction and voice acting are some of the best you will see in a video game It’s a shame about The Order: […]

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  • The Long Journey Home

    Posted by amaranta on March 6, 2015 in Gaming


    Homeworld Remastered Collection is the perfect example of reviving an old classic In this day of rehashes and remasters, it’s difficult to really stand out. Console classics have been given a new lease of life, but they were always playable in some form or another. PC games of old, on the other hand, were simply […]

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  • Wolfenstein: The New Order

    Posted by amaranta on February 24, 2015 in Gaming

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    Challenging the New Order Are any of 2015’s shooters going to be able to top last year’s Wolfenstein single player campaign? Casually written off prior to its release, MachineGames and Bethesda’s Wolfenstein: The New Order surprised everyone, offering a gritty first person action experience. For a linear shooter, Wolfenstein brought a lot to the table—good […]

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