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Escape Dead Island review: the survival horror genre just became a genuine horror to survive (First Published on the Independent, 21st November 2014)

I didn’t think I was going to like Escape Dead Island. I didn’t think I was going to like Escape Dead Island because I don’t like survival horror games – because I’m a massive wuss. 441 more words

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'Free' games on smartphones are often anything but, with some players racking up huge bills (First Published on The Independent, 7th August 2014)

I’ve been playing the new Crazy Taxi game on a friend’s iPhone. It’s addictive; you pick up customers, drive them to their destination and collect money, then buy more upgrades for your car to tackle harder challenges. 733 more words

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Sunset Overdrive preview: Anything but dull (First Published on The Independent, 22nd September 2014)

We shouldn’t be drinking energy drinks, we’ve all learned that by now – they are full of whatever you can’t name, but what do they really taste like? 483 more words

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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! review - ridiculous guns in space, what more could you need? (First Published on The Independent, 17th October 2014)

Has it got awesome and weird guns? Yes. Has it got irreverent humour peppered throughout? Yuhuh. If you’re a fan, the latest addition to the Borderlands franchise is just what you want. 483 more words

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of love and stone

It’s always an honor to edit a memoir, especially one as well written Alan North’s manuscript, currently titled Of Love and Stone. Alan (a published author with his… 78 more words

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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments review - no Cumberbatch - and nothing elementary (First Published on The Independent, 30th September 2014)

Dressing up Sherlock Holmes wasn’t something I’d planned with my day, but the first action you take as the Baker St detective in his newest game ‘Crimes and Punishments’ is to get out of your pyjamas. 586 more words

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Forza Horizon 2 preview: something for every driver (First Published on The Independent, 11th September 2014)

The opening titles to Forza Horizon 2 are a risky bet. They feel like a Nikon advert, with cool music running over cutscenes and the type of voiceover that uses the word… 485 more words

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