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You think of dwarves, you think of The Hobbit. You think of the Warcraft universe. You probably even at least gloss over Snow White. What you certainl...

The original Yoshi’s Woolly World was a passable, if forgettable platformer for the Wii U. But then, that’s not saying a whole lot since s...

A Pixel Story was originally released on PC in 2015 and is now finally making its way onto both the PS4 and the Xbox One. It’s a 2D platformer which t...

It’s funny to think of a Halo game as a throwback, but that’s exactly what Halo Wars 2 feels like. Creative Assembly’s and 343’s sequel to the Xbox 36...

PC

When I reflect on it, She Remembered Caterpillars is a conundrum. At first glance, this color-matching platform puzzler seemed competently made, in a ...

For over 1000 years you have been locked into what has become an eternal war. Each side has unwittingly become the pawn of an evil deity. Her pleasure...

Sniper Elite is a series most won’t be too familiar with. But Rebellion’s flagship is about to gain a whole lot more fans, we suspect. Our...

I have to admit that the first time I clapped eyes on Brut@l, or at least a screenshot, I wasn’t impressed. I grew up in the days of ASCII games and I...

Link Twin had me from the moment it booted up on my iPhone. If there’s one thing mobile devs seem capable of, it’s making beautiful and ha...

PS4

Yakuza 0 is my first time really playing the Yakuza series. There, now that I’ve got that embarrassing admission out of the way, let’s foc...

How fitting to bring you all our Rise & Shine review at the beginning of GameSpace’s life. It’s a fitting games-lampooning title to hi...

The Intelligent Systems has created a cast of memorable heroes throughout the decades while working on the Fire Emblem franchise. Has Nintendo been ab...

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