Game Review: Apocalipsis: The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil (Xbox One)

Apocalipsis: The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil is a point and click game with an unusual aesthetic. Inspired by 15th Century mysticism, the likes of Dante’s Inferno and the Book of Revelation with narrative delivered by Adam ‘Nergal’ Darski of Behemoth fame.

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Game Review: Broken Age (Xbox One)

A throwback to the point & click games of old, Double Fine’s Broken Age is a smart, fun and funny game that will delight as many as it will infuriate. Infuriate as it has the kind of puzzles that often seem so random but that feeling when you solve a particularly tricky one is so gratifying.

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Game Review: Her Majesty’s SPIFFING (Xbox One)

Her Majesty’s SPIFFING is a point & click adventure game developed and published by Billy Goat Entertainment. Filled with British wit and humour, thinly veiled jabs at modern politics and tongue in cheek stereo-types, the game succeeds at being entertaining. However, it is found lacking elsewhere.

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Game Review: Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones (Xbox One)

Nightmares from the Deep 3: Davy Jones by Artifex Mundi will make its debut on February 2nd on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The finale of the Nightmares from the Deep trilogy, developer Artifex Mundi have outdone themselves with their latest release.

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Game Review: Decay: The Mare (Xbox One)

Originally released as a three-part episodic game on Steam, Decay: The Mare saw its release on Xbox One offer up all three episodes as part of a complete experience. Set in the darkly oppressive & mysterious Reaching Dreams Rehabilitation Centre, the game puts you in the shoes of Sam, a recovering drug addict.

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