Author: Andrew McAtominey

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author image by Andrew McAtominey | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 20 Sep 2018

Radiant One Review: A Story That Lacks A Shine

Tired of the mundane life in which he finds himself, Daniel dreams of a world of possibilities but risks losing what’s really important in this narrative-driven, point-and-click adventure. As a point-and-click experience, the gameplay of Radiant One is rather simple….

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author image by Andrew McAtominey | Nintendo Switch PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 18 Aug 2018

Semblance Review: Solid Gameplay In A Squishy World

Semblance is an indie puzzle-platformer with an adorable squishy character, a uniquely squishy world and creatively squishy puzzles. Dropped in without much preamble, you’ll find the game has a rather simple structure. There are three worlds: Cuddly, Swamp and Snowy,…

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author image by Andrew McAtominey | Opinion | 1 Comment | 31 Jul 2018

No Man’s Sky Underpins the Importance of Allowing a Game to Speak for Itself

When No Man’s Sky launched in 2016, it did so to little fanfare. Years of E3 demos, interviews, and even late-night talk show appearances had put gamers into a state of anticipation that matched the likes of Half-Life 3. Unfortunately,…

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