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  • Review: Jazzpunk | Mac | Steam

    Jazzpunk is a surreal first person exploration game from Necrophone Games. Set in an alternate reality where Cold War espionage still...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangAugust 4, 2014
  • Review: Gone Home | Mac | Steam

    I have an overactive imagination at the best of times. As a child, I was like most people, in that a...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJuly 26, 2014
  • Preview: There Came an Echo | Xbox One | PS4 | PC

    There Came an Echo is a voice-controlled, squad-based strategy RPG that attempts to take advantage of the new Kinect sensor on...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJuly 22, 2014
  • Review: SteamWorld Dig | Steam

    There seems to be a craze at the moment where small development companies are jumping on certain game styles until they...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJuly 16, 2014
  • Review: Among The Sleep | Steam

    The unlikely protagonist in Among The Sleep is vulnerable 2 year old toddler maliciously tipped from his cot during the night...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJuly 6, 2014
  • Review: Wolfenstein: The New Order | Xbox One

    Set in both the 1940’s and 1960’s Wolfenstein: The New Order is the story of an alternate future where the Nazi’s...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJune 26, 2014
  • Indie Game Review: Papers Please | Steam

    Papers Please looks like it could have been out on the ZX spectrum back in the 80’s. However, don’t let its...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJune 20, 2014
  • Indie Game Review: The Stanley Parable | Steam

    The Stanley Parable isn’t a long game, nor is it really a game at all. I guess I would describe it...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJune 3, 2014
  • Review: Trials Fusion | Xbox One

    If you have played a trails game before then you’ll instantly feel at home with the latest game from Red Lynx....

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangMay 30, 2014
  • Indie Game Review: The Novelist | Steam

    Video games rarely make people well up or shed a tear. OK, I may have gone glassy-eyed when we met Dom’s...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangMay 21, 2014
  • Review: Zoo Tycoon | Xbox One [Video]

    I primarily got Zoo Tycoon for my daughters as the amount of Xbox one games or children is pretty limited. I’ve...

    Childrens GamesIan GarstangMay 20, 2014
  • Review: Rayman Legends | Xbox One

    Rayman Legends has been raved about in the media and is the highest-rated game on the Xbox one to date on...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangMay 19, 2014
  • Review: Titanfall | Xbox One [Video]

    The feeling of a mere soldier taking down a Goliath such as a one of the hulking metal Titans in Titanfall...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangMay 7, 2014
  • Tomb Raider Review | Xbox One [VIDEO]

    One of the most iconic characters in gaming is back and what an entrance she makes. I must admit the I...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangApril 17, 2014
  • Battlefield 4 Review | Xbox One [VIDEO]

    The first battle on the next-gen consoles was fought between Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Ghosts and in my opinion,...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangApril 1, 2014
  • Review: Ryse: Son of Rome | Xbox One [VIDEO]

    Ryse was very much the display piece for Microsoft whilst building hype for the Xbox One. The graphics are stunning and...

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangMarch 6, 2014
  • Review: Call of Duty Ghosts | Xbox One

    I feel like Jekyll and Hyde writing this review as Luckily for me, I played this game before playing Battlefield 4....

    Game ReviewsIan GarstangJanuary 16, 2014
  • Xbox One Launch Day Review

    This is entitled ‘launch day review’ as it is a review based on only 24hrs worth of play and exploration time...

    ArticlesIan GarstangNovember 23, 2013
  • Review: Asphalt 8 Airborne | Android [From AppTrawler]

    The Gaming Debugged sister site AppTrawler.com has a whole host of reviews and previews of games and apps. The following is...

    AndroidIan GarstangNovember 8, 2013