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Goat Simulator (PC DVD)
Goat Simulator (PC DVD)

4.0 out of 5 stars Goat Simulator isn’t much of a game, but it’s a hell of a good time., 14 May 2015
Synopsis:
Goat Simulator allows players to run around town as a goat.
Review (8.0/10):
Goat Simulator isn’t much of a game, but it’s a hell of a good time. The small but dense map is packed with tons of jokes and bugs that should be seen rather than talked about, and there’s at least a few hours’ worth of entertainment in goofing around with the jetpack alone. It’s a clever interactive spoof of all the broken game physics we’ve seen in open worlds – almost like a greatest hits album of all the ridiculous bugs that pop up in serious games like Skyrim or Assassin’s Creed, except embraced and celebrated in a world that’s made to be broken.


Goat Simulator
Goat Simulator
Price: £3.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Goat Simulator isn’t much of a game, but it’s a hell of a good time., 14 May 2015
This review is from: Goat Simulator (App)
Synopsis:
Goat Simulator allows players to run around town as a goat.
Review (8.0/10):
Goat Simulator isn’t much of a game, but it’s a hell of a good time. The small but dense map is packed with tons of jokes and bugs that should be seen rather than talked about, and there’s at least a few hours’ worth of entertainment in goofing around with the jetpack alone. It’s a clever interactive spoof of all the broken game physics we’ve seen in open worlds – almost like a greatest hits album of all the ridiculous bugs that pop up in serious games like Skyrim or Assassin’s Creed, except embraced and celebrated in a world that’s made to be broken.


Microsoft XB1 State of Decay
Microsoft XB1 State of Decay

4.0 out of 5 stars This zombie-bashing, resource-managing post-apocalyptic gem still stands out from the horde of brainless zombie games., 14 May 2015
Synopsis:
The end is here. Human civilization has been annihilated. The few, scattered survivors must band together, rebuilding civilization in a third- person action game packed with sweet guns, fast cars, hand-to-hand combat, and copious amounts of zombie gore.
Review (8.9/10):
State of Decay deservedly shattered Xbox Live Arcade sales records in 2013: it is a potent mix of RPG gameplay systems that all fuse together to create an unpredictable and tense survival experience. Time hasn’t taken anything away from that for Year One Survival Edition, and though it hasn’t fixed its technical problems either, this zombie-bashing, resource-managing post-apocalyptic gem still stands out from the horde of brainless zombie games.


State of Decay Year 1 (Replen)
State of Decay Year 1 (Replen)
Offered by BellaLuna
Price: £16.95

4.0 out of 5 stars This zombie-bashing, resource-managing post-apocalyptic gem still stands out from the horde of brainless zombie games., 14 May 2015
Synopsis:
The end is here. Human civilization has been annihilated. The few, scattered survivors must band together, rebuilding civilization in a third- person action game packed with sweet guns, fast cars, hand-to-hand combat, and copious amounts of zombie gore.
Review (8.9/10):
State of Decay deservedly shattered Xbox Live Arcade sales records in 2013: it is a potent mix of RPG gameplay systems that all fuse together to create an unpredictable and tense survival experience. Time hasn’t taken anything away from that for Year One Survival Edition, and though it hasn’t fixed its technical problems either, this zombie-bashing, resource-managing post-apocalyptic gem still stands out from the horde of brainless zombie games.


Tropico 5 (Xbox 360)
Tropico 5 (Xbox 360)
Offered by games-wizard
Price: £10.70

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars There is a lot that I like about Tropico 5, and it will probably hold my interest far longer than Tropico 4 did., 14 May 2015
This review is from: Tropico 5 (Xbox 360) (Video Game)
Synopsis:
Packed with a whole host of new gameplay features and all new artwork designed from scratch, Tropico 5 takes the strategy series into a new and exciting direction -- dynasties! You, as El Presidente, will first take control of the infamous island of Tropico during early colonial times and then guide it through the centuries as the world changes and moves ever forward.
Review (7.2/10):
There is a lot that I like about Tropico 5, and it will probably hold my interest far longer than Tropico 4 did. But at the same time, it's rough edges are a continual annoyance. The larger issue is that while Tropico 5 definitely introduces some new challenges and ideas, it's still a dangerously simple city-builder. That's always a threat with this genre: a well-run city doesn't really require much from you. But Tropico doesn't give me enough reasons to keep playing once I've finished the tech tree and reached the end.


Tropico 5 (PS4)
Tropico 5 (PS4)
Offered by Game Trade Online
Price: £18.98

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars There is a lot that I like about Tropico 5, and it will probably hold my interest far longer than Tropico 4 did., 14 May 2015
This review is from: Tropico 5 (PS4) (Video Game)
Synopsis:
Packed with a whole host of new gameplay features and all new artwork designed from scratch, Tropico 5 takes the strategy series into a new and exciting direction -- dynasties! You, as El Presidente, will first take control of the infamous island of Tropico during early colonial times and then guide it through the centuries as the world changes and moves ever forward.
Review (7.2/10):
There is a lot that I like about Tropico 5, and it will probably hold my interest far longer than Tropico 4 did. But at the same time, it's rough edges are a continual annoyance. The larger issue is that while Tropico 5 definitely introduces some new challenges and ideas, it's still a dangerously simple city-builder. That's always a threat with this genre: a well-run city doesn't really require much from you. But Tropico doesn't give me enough reasons to keep playing once I've finished the tech tree and reached the end.


Tropico 5 (PC DVD)
Tropico 5 (PC DVD)
Offered by Game Trade Online
Price: £13.47

3.0 out of 5 stars There is a lot that I like about Tropico 5, and it will probably hold my interest far longer than Tropico 4 did., 14 May 2015
This review is from: Tropico 5 (PC DVD) (DVD-ROM)
Synopsis:
Packed with a whole host of new gameplay features and all new artwork designed from scratch, Tropico 5 takes the strategy series into a new and exciting direction -- dynasties! You, as El Presidente, will first take control of the infamous island of Tropico during early colonial times and then guide it through the centuries as the world changes and moves ever forward.
Review (7.2/10):
There is a lot that I like about Tropico 5, and it will probably hold my interest far longer than Tropico 4 did. But at the same time, it's rough edges are a continual annoyance. The larger issue is that while Tropico 5 definitely introduces some new challenges and ideas, it's still a dangerously simple city-builder. That's always a threat with this genre: a well-run city doesn't really require much from you. But Tropico doesn't give me enough reasons to keep playing once I've finished the tech tree and reached the end.


Dungeons 2 (PC DVD)
Dungeons 2 (PC DVD)
Price: £8.95

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars It’s a shame Dungeons 2’s above-ground RTS battles are so primitive and poor, 14 May 2015
This review is from: Dungeons 2 (PC DVD) (DVD-ROM)
Synopsis:
In Dungeons 2, fulfill the Dungeon Lord’s insatiable quest for vengeance by recruiting fearsome new monsters from all corners of the underworld in order to undertake his evil bidding. Taking over the underworld isn’t enough though – this time The Dungeon Lord will extend his dominion over the puny humans and attempt to conquer the overworld too!
Review (5.2/10):
It’s a shame Dungeons 2’s above-ground RTS battles are so primitive and poor, because the underground dungeon-management stuff actually works fairly well. It’s nothing new or special — another would-be Dungeon Keeper successor — but that’s not the worst idea in the world. Dungeons 2 could have been a nice, if uninspired, Dungeon Keeper clone, but it reaches to do more than that, trips, and falls flat on its face.


Dungeons 2 (PC DVD)
Dungeons 2 (PC DVD)
Price: £11.90

2.0 out of 5 stars It’s a shame Dungeons 2’s above-ground RTS battles are so primitive and poor, 14 May 2015
This review is from: Dungeons 2 (PC DVD) (DVD-ROM)
Synopsis:
In Dungeons 2, fulfill the Dungeon Lord’s insatiable quest for vengeance by recruiting fearsome new monsters from all corners of the underworld in order to undertake his evil bidding. Taking over the underworld isn’t enough though – this time The Dungeon Lord will extend his dominion over the puny humans and attempt to conquer the overworld too!
Review (5.2/10):
It’s a shame Dungeons 2’s above-ground RTS battles are so primitive and poor, because the underground dungeon-management stuff actually works fairly well. It’s nothing new or special — another would-be Dungeon Keeper successor — but that’s not the worst idea in the world. Dungeons 2 could have been a nice, if uninspired, Dungeon Keeper clone, but it reaches to do more than that, trips, and falls flat on its face.


Mortal Kombat X Imported Edition (PS4)
Mortal Kombat X Imported Edition (PS4)

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Story only matters so much in a fighting game. Combat is king, and there’s a ton of depth to mine from Mortal Kombat X., 14 May 2015
Synopsis:
Fueled by next-gen technology, Mortal Kombat X combines unparalleled, cinematic presentation with dynamic gameplay to create an unprecedented Kombat experience. For the first time ever, Mortal Kombat X gives players the ability to choose from multiple variations of each character impacting both strategy and fighting style.
Review (8.4/10):
Story only matters so much in a fighting game. Combat is king, and there’s a ton of depth to mine from Mortal Kombat X. A much-needed transfusion of new blood, along with the ability to choose between three variations of every character means we’ll be learning, grinding, and discovering for a long time to come. Its universe keeps getting harder and harder to take seriously, and its microtransactions are borderline gross, but Mortal Kombat X is a great fighting game all the same.


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