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Review: Red Dead Redemption 2

Author: shemustbethedevil Platform Reviewed: PS4 For the seasoned cowboy, a wintery blizzard sets a stark contrast to the open expanse of dirt and grass you may have been used to from Rockstar’s 2010 Red Dead Redemption western biopic, but there is sheer beauty in what has been produced for its prequel eight years later and it doesn’t …

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Review: God of War

Author: JackAGBush Platform Reviewed: PS4 When it was first announced that Sony Santa Monica Studios were going back to the well with the God of War franchise, there seemed to be a feeling of “why?”. It had come just after it was announced that the unnamed new IP from the studio had been cancelled, and …

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Review: Gaslands

Author: RedHack This last weekend saw the annual London to Brighton Veteran car run; hundreds of vehicles whose age and construction would give a Nokia 3310 a run for its money moved at a consistent pace from Hyde Park, London, down the roads to Brighton, by way of crawley. Engines rattled, horns parped ( its …

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A local visit: X1 Gaming Lounge & Parties

So there is a new joint in town, the X1 Gaming Lounge & Parties space. I managed to pop by with a fellow Horsham Gamer last week and I was impressed, the atmosphere was welcoming and the owners were very much the same. X1 boasts a niche market where gaming and collaborating come together, the whole …

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Review: Age of Sigmar – Champions

Author: Redback Order, Chaos, Destruction, and Death, all four nations lived in harmony until the fire nation attacked <needle scratch/>. No that’s not right; lets start again. Back in 1993 whilst Richard Garfield; no wait .. lets go back, further back; at least another decade to the Eighties. When shoulders were padded and hair was …

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Review: Run An Empire

Author: RedHack Into every social collective a stereotype is born; possibly grown from the directorial suggestions of the seminal , no sniggering, classic Revenge of the Nerds directed by Jeff Kanew. The image of video gamers, and to some extent card, and board gamers, does not lend itself to the idea of regular fitness or …

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Review: Lasers & Feelings

Author: RedHack What comes to mind when you hear about Role Playing Games?  Long hours of deep storytelling, in depth character creation and considered world crafting by some enthusiastic individual with an eye to balanced statistics and sadistic scenarios for unfortunate player characters to enter. What if there was another way to enjoy a Role …

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Frankie & X-Wing Demo's

Today in Swan Walk we had a few members from both sides of the area, Crawley and Horsham giving us a quick demo of fun games in some generous space provided to us. 1st was Frankie – Raspberry PI ran and operation nostalgia mixed into one homebrew solution: Frankie was put together by the great …

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Review: Doom 2016 (PC)

Author: JimCode I admit I’m biased. The First Person Shooter genre, led by the original Doom back in the 90’s, spelt the end for planar-based systems like the Commodore Amiga. I’m still rather fond of the Amiga, but the problem with the original Doom and this more recent reboot, is they’re both AWESOME! Both have …

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