Author: Andrew Koulle

OnePlus 6 has launched!

OnePlus launches their new flagship smartphone with an all new design, but like its predecessors, continues to sport high-end specs at a competitive price! Chinese company OnePlus launched their new flagship smartphone at an event in London today (16th May 2018): the OnePlus 6, and aims to continue the feat of the company’s previous flagship devices by offering the specifications and features of rival flagships, but at a considerably lower price. The Oneplus 6’s design resembles some of it’s contemporaries with glass on the front and the back (ditching the curved aluminium of it’s previous smartphones), a near bezel...

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Mark of the Ninja Remastered Edition Announced

Mark of the Ninja: Remastered has been announced, aims to enhance it’s visuals and audio. Critically acclaimed side-scrolling stealth game, Mark of the Ninja is getting a remastered edition, as announced by Nintendo during their Nindies Showcase. The announcement was accompanied with a rather sneaky teaser trailer by developers Klei Entertainment. The game originally released back in 2012 on Xbox 360 (via Xbox Live Arcade) and Windows, since it was then published by Microsoft Studios (though it was released on Mac OS and Linux the following year). The good news this time around is that the remastered edition has...

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FAR: Lone Sails – Preview

In anticipation of it’s release, we take a closer look at indie game, Far: Lone Sails. “An Atmospheric Vehicle Adventure” is how developers Okomotive describe their upcoming game, FAR: Lone Sails. The player controls the driver of a large vehicle, which must be maintained and upgraded, in order to explore an uninhabited dried out sea bed, searching for the remains of a once thriving civilization. Beyond the premise, the game’s story has been kept intentionally vague to encourage the player to explore the world out of curiosity. In order to keep the vehicle moving, the player must move around...

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Papers, Please – The Short Film

The official short film adaptation of Papers, Please; The award winning 2013 independent game by Lucas Pope is out now and free to watch. Papers, Please takes place in the fictional Eastern European country of Arstotzka, in the year 1982, after a six-year long war with neighbouring country Kolechia resulting in continued political hostilities. The player assumes the role of an immigration inspector who must review the provided paper work of each immigrant and returning citizen, then decide who will be granted entry to Arstotzka, who will be denied entry and who will be detained based on whether or...

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5 Games Coming in 2018 That Deserve More Attention

With all the announcements of games slated for a 2018 release, 2018 is shaping up to be a potentially great year for games. As is often the case, most of the spotlight is hogged by the popular franchises, the games that boast the best marketing prowess and the hot ticket genres. It can be easy to forget (or not even be made aware of) some of the smaller titles. Here are some 2018 bound games that deserve more of your attention: Frostpunk PC | 11 bit studios | Link From the same developers that brought us This War of...

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