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Cloudbuilt Review

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Words by Milo Fisher

Cloudbuilt, a game about parkour free-running above the clouds, aims to be the next big speed running game for the PC market. While it has some stand out mechanics, it’s the odd choices that keep it from being the next big thing.

The Last Tinker: City of Colours Preview

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Words by Milo Fisher

I recently got to play the first 30 minutes of the upcoming indie platformer The Last Tinker. While the game is in need of some serious polish, it has the potential to be the next big indie darling.

Here’s Something Awesome: Octodad: Dadliest Catch

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There aren’t enough games out there that are just bonkers. Octodad: Dadliest Catch says goodbye to logic and normality to make a hilarious and wonderfully enjoyable adventure.

Here’s Something Scary: Outlast

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Words by Milo Fisher

“No! nonononononono! S**T NOOOOOOO!” This made up the majority of my playtime with Outlast on the PS4, a survival horror game so creepy that I struggled to press forward even with the lights on. Scaredy-cats beware, this is one spooky ride.

Jazzpunk Review

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Words by Milo Fisher

These recent years it seems video games are getting too serious. There became so many colourless shooters and Minecraft clones that I wondered if there was any hope in finding some originality in the world. Enter Jazzpunk, the self aware spy comedy adventure that makes me happy to be a gamer.

Dark Souls II Preview

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Words by Milo Fisher

I got the chance to visit Namco Bandai recently to get our hands on Dark Souls II. And after playing the first three hours, I can safely say that it’s just as punishing and rewarding as it’s predecessor, and I rather loved it.

Here’s Something Awesome: Broken Age

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Words By Milo Fisher

Point-and-click games were massive in the past, with such classics as Monkey Island and Grim Fandango being highlights to the genre (for me anyway). Sadly the genre has seemed to have died out in recent years in favor of more action packed titles. Fear not, for now things have changed! Tim Shaffer, the head of Double Fine studios and one of the minds behind both Monkey Island and Grim Fandango, has finally released the Kickstarter funded Point-and-click beauty that is Broken Age.

Here’s Something Awesome: Dungeon of the Endless

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Words By Milo Fisher

Rouge-likes are all the rage these days, with more and more being released every week it’s becoming harder to find the ones that do something different and take risks. Enter Dungeon of the Endless, an up and coming randomly generated dungeon crawler that makes opening every door a battle of life and death, and it’s rather cracking.

Here’s Something Awesome: The Banner Saga

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Gamers love to imagine what would happen if multiple games were combined together, to picture a game that takes all the best elements of games they love and mix them to create something incredible. Sadly, most gamers are left to dream for a game that captures what features they desire, but not for me, as The Banner Saga manages to capture everything I love in a masterfully crafted adventure.

Steamworld Dig Review

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Way back in the day, there was an Xbox 360 indie title called Miner Dig Deep, it was a nice relaxing game all about sitting back and working away at a mine. Steamworld Dig is just like Miner Dig Deep, except it has robots, monsters, puzzles, and rocket punches. Oh yes, it has sweet, sweet rocket punches.

Soul Hackers 3DS Review

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The Shin Megami Tensei series didn’t pick up much popularity in the UK during the 90’s, and it wasn’t until the persona series came out that the franchise grew its passionate fan base. This meant that games such as Soul Hackers flew right over people’s heads. But now, thanks to the re-release on the 3DS, players young and old can experience one of the games that defined the franchise.

Deadly Premonition: Directors Cut Impressions

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Deadly Premonition is the twin peaks of gaming. It’s a B-movie for gamers. It’s a fantastically strange adventure that people are going to either love to bits, or hate with a burning passion.

The Raven Legacy of a Master Thief Review

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The Raven is the latest point and click puzzler from Nordic Games. And while it’s great to see a game in such a niche genre get such a high budget title, the fact the game feels like such a love letter to fans of the genre that it ends up leaving everyone else out, makes reviewing such a game difficult.

State of Decay review

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State of Decay is the first game by studio Undead Labs. While the game has a few hiccups here and there, State of Decay is the fantastic zombie game we’ve all been waiting for.

Contrast review

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Contrast is an incredibly creative game with so much potential. But a lack of focus and constant amount of bugs keep this game from being something truly magical.

Here’s Something Awesome: Megabyte Punch

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A game where Medabots meets Super Smash Bros. Oh my yes.

Payday 2 Review

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Payday 2 is the newest game from Overkill studios. It’s a fast paced, action packed co op heist game, and one of the best co op adventures we’ve played in ages.

Saints Row IV review – Hail to the Chief

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Trying to describe Saints Row 4 is like trying to describe insanity itself, because for all intents and purposes, that’s what it is. Imagine a world where anything you want to do is possible, and anything you don’t want to do is also possible. Now take that world, toss it in a blender, add some bananas (K?), a few slices of chaos, and a dash of nud-oops, all of the nudity-, sit back and hit frappé. Once this glorious concoction of gleeful violence, murder, and mayhem settles, toss in some elements of The Matrix, any superhero comic/movie, Crackdown, and Prototype, and you’ve got yourself the newest Saints Row game.

Spelunky PC video review

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Spelunky was recently released on PC. After playing for hours on end, Milo has lovingly put his impressions of the game into a nice little video for all to enjoy.

Bioshock Infinite DLC announced

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Irrational games have just announced three new pieces of DLC for Bioshock Infinite; one of them being a challenge arena, and the other two being story driven adventures.

Deadpool Review

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Deadpool has been growing in popularity over the internet in recent years. So much so that High Moon studios, the guys behind the new transformers games, have decided to give Deadpool his own game.

Proteus coming to PS3 and Vita

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The atmospheric exploration game, Proteus, is coming to the PS3 and Vita later this fall. The game, created by Curve Studios, is a randomly generated island exploration game unlike any other. The game allows the player to explore at their own pace and discover the secrets and wonders of the island.

Daylight heading to PS4 and PC

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Zombie Studios wants to scare the hell out of us with their latest psychological horror. The sick freaks!

Diablo III Not As Dead As Some Think.

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It has been over than a year after release for one of the most anticipated PC games of last year, Diablo III. Today Blizzard released an info-graph revealing statistics for Diablo III for the past year.

Kingston HyperX 10th Anniversary Series RAM review

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We take a look at the HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition RAM module, the 4GB to be precise. Kingston as a company have always been reliable and one of the most common brands of RAM to find in any custom setup and with these modules it’s not surprising why.

Dark preview

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Are you familiar with the word “Vampire”? If not, then you will be more than familiar with it by the time this preview is over. The word has become something to bring a bitter taste to ones mouth because of certain interpretations (not naming names, but hazard a guess).

New Consoles Are Coming, What Does It Mean For PC Gamers?

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New consoles are being released by Sony and Microsoft in November if we can trust the rumors. Sony will launch the Playstation 4 and Microsoft, the next Xbox which has not been revealed yet.

Blizzard’s next big thing: Hearthstone

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All you want to know about Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, now here on Gaming Capacity.

Metro: Last Light Preview

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Metro: Last Light is the eagerly awaited sequel to Metro 2033. The game is based in 2034 underneath a post-apocalyptic Moscow, in the tunnels of the Metro, where the remnants of mankind are besieged by deadly threats from the outside world and within.

What to buy: Gaming Keyboards

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Finding the right gaming keyboard is essential for any PC gamer. You don’t always have to pay a premium price to get a good one, so we are going to give you a helping hand to find the keyboard suiting your budget.