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Daniel Waite

Former editor and reviewer for www.bonusstage.co.uk, I've now found a new home to write my reviews, and get my opinion out to the masses. Still the lead admin for Xboxseriesfans on Facebook and Instagram. I love the gaming world, and writing about it. I can be contacted at [email protected] for gaming reviews.

Review: Heaven Dust

A horror logic-based puzzle game that'll keep you on the edge of your seat.

Review: Spooky Chase

A Halloween game in winter, what a crazy notion.

Review: Under the Jolly Roger

Grab your rum and strap yourself in for a fantastic pirate experience.

Review: Moving Out DLC – Movers in Paradise

Can you move all the furniture on Packmore Island? Work first, holiday later.

Review: Moving Out

An excellent couch Co-op game that relies on communication, teamwork and co-operation.

Review: Radical Rabbit Stew

Wild rabbit stew for tea? Grab your spoon and smack those bunnies into the cooking pots.

Review: Thunderflash

An old-school shooter than oozes 80s charm.

Review: Kill It With Fire

You need not fear spiders when you have an arsenal of weapons at your disposal.

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