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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: Loot Hero DX

When your enemies get in your way, don't just stand there, ram them until they die.

Review: Monster Sanctuary

Pokemon move aside a new monster hunting game is in town.

Review: Going Under

A cliche laced Roguelite adventure that will make you laugh throughout.

Review: Black Desert

Black Desert is a stunning looking MMORPG. A cracking fantasy game that has realism at its heart.

Review: Iris Fall

Can you manipulate the light and dark to solve all the puzzles?

Review: The Pillar: Puzzle escape

A casual puzzle title that allows gamers of all levels to enjoy testing themselves without the fear of having to read a walkthrough.

Preview: Spacebase Startopia

No-one wants a boring Space Station. Build the base of your dreams, and drain every alien of their hard earned energy.

Review: The Botanist

What do you do when your dream turns into a nightmare? You do whatever it takes to wake up!

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