The School Of History: Sylvester & Tweety: Breakfast on the Run

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Back in the 1990s, when Nintendo still ruled the land, there were all manner of irrelevant games that tried to tie into movies or TV shows. It seemed that if a developer had an idea but couldn’t work out how to market it, it’d just slap an instantly recognisable figure on the box and hope for the best. In 1998, Sylvester & Tweety: Breakfast on the Run was released, an isometric platformer that was fun, but lacking in both context and relevancy. Read More »

Remember Me Review

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Remember Me, like a talented but untested gymnast, starts out gracefully enough at full speed, flounders a bit mid-jump, and then lands flat on its face in the third act. It’s a game that starts with much promise but ultimately devolves into a four hour gauntlet of its worst qualities that will have you begging every approaching moment to free you from a prison that’s disguised as entertainment. Read More »

Resident Evil: Revelations Review

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Revelations is easily the best Resident Evil game since Resident Evil 4 because it embraces both the creepy atmosphere of the Playstation era Resident Evils and Resident Evil 4’s gunplay. It manages to hit that sweet spot where there’s just enough action and horror to keep the player engaged thanks to tweaks the series has accumulated over its iterations, notably the improved control scheme. Read More »

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