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The Lion’s Song

Inspiration - ‘the process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative.’ Wilma sat at her desk, head in hands and fighting her demons, plagued by the sounds of the voices drowning out her inspiration. I sat there with the controller in my hand, feeling

Bomber Crew

My engine is on fire and my crew are panicking as we are being shot to ribbons by 10 enemy pilots, flying at us from all the angles under the sun. I instantly had what can only be described as a complete loss of hope. I pointed my stick towards

Vampyr

Impulse - ‘A sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act.’ I was feeling it. The need to take the easy route. Walking through the streets of London and getting jumped by four very strong Hunters was’t pleasant. I was weak. I’d done well so far not to feed on

Cultist Simulator

Obsession - ‘an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person's mind’ ‘Am I obsessed?’ I ask myself as I click the restart for the 17th time. I’d just finished a 4 hour game where I’d given in to my ‘Dread’ and even though I was at breaking

Riptide GP: Renegade

Riptide GP Renegade review

The genre of ‘dumb arcade racers’ was one we had a lot of fun with in the early 2000’s. Series like SSX, Extreme-G, and Burnout weren’t content with players simply cruising around racetracks, so they threw in their own entertainingly silly mechanics to keep things fresh. Riptide GP: Renegade aims to recapture

Venom Snake Nendoroid

Venom Snake Nendoroid Review MGSV Metal Gear

Everyone’s favourite Legendary Soldier is back, and this time, he’s on a mission to Fulton-extract our hearts! As the latest addition to Good Smile Company’s Metal Gear Solid Nendoroid range, MGSV’s Venom Snake is the third character in the series to be adorably miniaturised. But with plenty of other Phantom Pain collectables

Furi

Furi review PS4 PC

From French indie developer The Game Bakers (previously responsible for some mobile games about squids) comes Furi, the ‘all-boss fighter’ that focuses on the intense experience of one-on-one combat. Before so much as stepping into the game’s dystopian universe, it immediately stands out as a title worthy of attention. An eye-popping, neon

DOOM

DOOM

Much like the 1993 original, 2016 DOOM doesn't waste any time getting stuck in. Within seconds of starting a new game, you’re cracking demon skulls against gore-soaked altars and gearing-up to take on Satan’s dark army. Any concerns you might have had about the franchise’s ‘modernisation’, are grabbed by their metaphorical

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X

Hatsune Miku Project Diva X

As I’m sure some of you already know, we’re pretty big fans of Project Diva here at Level-Clear. So when Miku’s latest rhythm-action adventure released in Japan last month, we just had to import ourselves a copy of Project Diva X. For the most part, it’s business as usual for Diva’s

Bloodborne: The Old Hunters

Bloodborne The Old Hunters

Back in March of this year, Hidetaka Miyazaki’s Bloodborne enthralled us with its haunting Lovecraftian aesthetic, breathtaking level design and deliciously visceral combat; so much so that we awarded it our first ever perfect score. As a result, we’ve been waiting with baited breath for this first (and last) add-on

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