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Alienation review
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Alienation review

The mad scientists of development are always finding new ways to splice genres and create freakish new hybrids, but the results are always impossible to predict. More often than not, there’s a colourful puff of smoke as disparate elements are combined, revealing some ill-advised abomination as it dissipates. But occasionally,...


Severed review
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Severed review

Beautiful, bold and eerily haunting, Severed puts us in the samurai shoes of Sasha, a young warrior who we meet as she staggers home, clutching the bloodied stump that was her right arm. To add insult to injury she finds her house in ruins and family missing, the fate of...

Behind the scenes of Shadow Man

In 1994, Acclaim Entertainment purchased popular comic publisher Valiant. First came Turok – then this gothic tale of Michael LeRoi, a voodoo warrior charged with protecting the world of the living – from the world of the dead…


13 nostalgia-inducing examples of 90s technology

CONTENT CREATED BY MYVOUCHER CODES While here at Gadget Magazine, we are principally interested in the latest technological innovations, we know as well as everyone else that you can’t create an exciting future without an acknowledgement of what has gone in the past. It piqued our interest, then, to discover this...

The strange new turn for Uncharted 4

Gripping character arcs, revolutionary stories, intimate relationships and industry-leading gameplay… Naughty Dog has perfected all this in single-player, but where exactly does that leave Uncharted 4’s multiplayer efforts?


Persona 4: Dancing All Night review
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Persona 4: Dancing All Night review

There’s a simplicity to Persona 4: Dancing All Night that treads the line between choreographic genius and rhythm game fury. The presentation of the game is impeccable – you’d be forgiven for thinking this was a ‘full’ console release, rather than for a handheld console: the character models (remade specifically...

Behind the scenes of Warhawk

Criminally underrated, SingleTrac’s epic action title was one of the 32-bit PlayStation’s first western-developed games and took the genre to new heights


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