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Chicken Police - Paint it RED! Review

You’d be hard-pressed to find another game released this year that is quite as visually uncomfortable as Chicken Police – Paint if Red! is. Actually, that isn’t fair, it is actually dripping in style, with a strong 30s noire feel to it, complete with film grain giving everything a gritty tone. It’s more the characters that induce discomfort. They’re all broad noire archetypes: a washed-up detective, a crime boss, a femme fatale, but they are also anthropomorphic animals. No, that isn’t right, they are animal heads beautifully rendered in photographic detail meshed onto human bodies. It is extremely disconcerting finding yourself

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Levelhead Review

Maker games, like Little Big Planet and Super Mario Maker, have always been popular. At their best, they are virtual spaces where anyone can put on a game developer’s hat to create any kind of content they wish as well as find like-minded creators. Aside from actually making your own game, which can take years of hard work, this type of game offers a toolset to create pretty much anything you want, within reason, in just a few hours or days. Unfortunately, most games restrict this user generated creativity to a certain platform, but here’s where Levelhead comes in: the game

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Genshin Impact Review

Genshin Impact gained a bit of traction since it’s released, and the game made $50 million in the first week. Obviously, we are talking about a new open-world trending free-to-play game available for PC, PlayStation 4, and even for your phone or tablet.People are saying that Genshin Impact is one of the most impressive free-to-play games ever experienced, so let’s jump down into details to see what this game is about.In most cases, when you see a free-to-play game, you are expecting either some sort of competitive multiplayer game or a low-quality game. However, Genshin's Impact is neither of these.It is

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Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus Review

There have been more and more games released in recent years based onGames Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 universe, which is certainly harder for non-fans to digest than the much more easy-to-swallow orcs and dwarves and heroes of 40K’s fantasy counterpart. Anything featuring Space Marines would be relatively simple to get your head around, but the rank and file soldiers of this universe are the least interesting aspect. Games likeWarhammer 40K: Inquisitor – Martyrfocus instead on the less flashy elements, and Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus from Bulwark Studios does the same.The Adeptus Mechanicus are the tech-worshipping space wizards of this particular universe, a mix

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Avorion Review

If your favourite thing about playing with LEGOs was constructing complex, functional monstrosities with which to take over the universe, Avorion is the perfect game for you. And if you didn’t do that, you should have, and Avorion is still the perfect game for you.A tinkerer’s dream, Avorion sets you loose in a vast, procedurally generated galaxy where you’ll have to mine resources to build your ship, sell resources to arm yourself, and hunt pirates for better loot as you make your way towards the centre of the galaxy. This promises to take months of my life and they’re months I’ll

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