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  • Superliminal Review (PC)

    “Hello my name is Dr. Glenn Pierce”, these words echo through the game. Who is he, you ask? He’s the face of the “SomnaSculpt” dream therapy programme, which helps people deal with their problems. You start watching a cheesy commercial to the sounds of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata. As the...
  • Not Game of the Year 2019

    We’re getting towards the end of 2019 and the inevitable discussions of around Game of the year. We’ll probably talk around this or Game of the Decade on Tanked Up at some point, rounding out the list of games we think others would enjoy and that we want to...
  • No Stealth Please, We’re Jedi: The Missing Mechanic of Jedi: Fallen Order

    Electronic Arts may have acquired the coveted Star Wars licensing deal back in 2013 but it’s only now that we’re reaping the rewards. Two disappointing Battlefront games and a scrapped project from Visceral later, Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been released and has proven to be a...
  • Rock & Stone! (Deep Rock Galactic)

    It isn’t often that I buy games on a whim. I usually have a mountain of information at my disposal before making a purchase. Even if I haven’t sought it out to begin with, I usually have a good idea about the games I think might interest me. I’m...
  • Call of Duty Modern Warfare: Confessions of a Shoot House 24/7 Addict

    2019’s Call of Duty Modern Warfare had been promised to be both a return to the boots-on-the-ground, classic style of the older games in the series and a much-needed evolution for the franchise. For the most part, I feel the game has succeeded at that tough task, in both...
  • How Modern Warfare Brilliantly Reinvents the Call of Duty Campaign

    Spoilers for the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare campaign incoming.  Call of Duty is back in a big way. Over the past few years, the law of diminishing returns has been in full force and the games have gotten so steadily worse that I didn’t even bother playing the...
  • Remembering Older Games

    I’ve been in a bit of a nostalgic mood. This isn’t like me but with the year rounding out I’ve been thinking about older games. Mostly games from this decade and this generation. Deciding upon my favourites and those I’m happy to never play again. I’ve been taken back...
  • My Hopes For Dragon Ball Games In The Next Generation

    Dragon Ball is a series with a long list of video game titles stretching back all the way to 1986. They’ve had their ups and downs but the most recent ones have been truly transformative in my eyes. DB XenoVerse 2, my favourite, is excellent while DB FighterZ is...
  • A Guide to the Dragonball Super Card Game EU Finals

    With the finals quickly approaching us for the Dragon Ball Super Card Game I thought I would make a quick, helpful post to give you as much information as I can. This will help you prepare and enjoy what is essentially our season finale of the card game here...