Game Review: Submerged (Xbox One)

Submerged is an indie game developed & published by Uppercut Games, it released in 2015. From a third-person perspective, you control a young girl named Miku. As Miku, you explore a dystopian future where global warming has flooded the world. Submerged was made by a team of former BioShock developers and was chiefly inspired by Journey and Shadow of the Colossus.

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EP Review: Breaky Boxes – From the Shelter (Self Released)

Breaky Boxes are an indie folk band hailing from Rouen, France. Founded in 2014 and with more than 150 shows under their belt they draw inspiration from American and Irish folk culture. Their debut EP entitled ‘From the Shelter’ was released on March 28th 2018.

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Single Slam – Restless Soul by Rotten Mind (Fading into Oblivion)

Swedish punk rockers, Rotten Mind, released a new single called Restless Soul on the 7th of June. Restless Soul was released via Lövely Records and is the first song from their third album, Fading into Oblivion.

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Game Review: Q.U.B.E. Directors Cut (Xbox One)

Q.U.B.E is a physics-based puzzle video game that has drawn heavy comparisons to games such as Portal.

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Game Review – Octodad: Dadliest Catch (Xbox One)

In Octodad, the player is in control of an octopus posing as a human man with a normal, human family. The gameplay largely revolves around the balance of keeping this charade alive while completing household chores, and evading his wife Scarlet’s increasing suspicion of her husband’s strange behaviour.

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Game Review: Uncanny Valley (Xbox One)

In Uncanny Valley, you play as a newly employed security guard called Tom. He’s in charge of the night shift, while his lazy partner Buck is in charge of the day shift. Nights are long, so Tom starts exploring the facility and finds things he shouldn’t. At the same time, Tom has frightening nightmares that lead him to question his own sanity.

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Game Review: Inside (Xbox One)

Remember Limbo? You know, that little Indie game that won some awards back in 2010. It’s been downloaded well over 3 million times as well, no big deal. Apparently, that game was something of a success. In 2014, Playdead announced Inside a spiritual successor to Limbo.

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