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The Wailing – Review

Na Hong-jin’s 2016 Horror, The Wailing, is an unsettling film which not only combines the possession and zombie genres, but does so in a unique way that western entries into the genres simply cannot complete with. The film’s central premise

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How crazy is it that somebody can come up with an idea for a story, write it down, and within the space of a few years turn it into a tangible thing that can emotionally affect others to the point that

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Thomas Was Alone – Review

Nothing about the way that Thomas was Alone looks makes me want to play it. It’s doesn’t have flashy presentation, famous voice actors, an orchestral score or all the polygons. It uses basic flat colours and geometric shapes to create

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Max Payne 3 – Review

Some guys just don’t have any luck, and Max Payne’s ran out quite a while ago if the events of Max Payne 3 are anything to go by. It’s 9 years since the events of Max Payne 2 and Max,

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Journey – Review

The characters don’t speak, there is no narration, the story is told almost entirely through pictures and tapestrys, there is no violence to speak of and there is no online PVP experience. With so many staples of the current crop

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Catherine – Review

A certain Irish Stout advert states “Good things come to those who wait” In the case of Catherine this claim holds just as true. European gamers, unlike our American cousins, had to wait an extra 7 months for an English

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