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Jack Boreham

My name is Jack. I've been a video gamer all my life since getting my very first starter Pokemon on the GameBoy Advance. When I'm not becoming a Pokemon master, I'm a freelance writer, podcaster and content creator. You can check out my work on my website

Review: The Messenger

The Messenger is a beautiful realisation of retro 2D platforming that proves that these games still stand up as gamings very best. The Messenger...

Review: What The Dub?!

What The Dub?! is a fantastic laugh out loud party game full of hilarity and fun. The game adds its unique take on the...

Review: Beach Buggy Racing 2: Island Adventure

Beach Buggy Racing 2: Island Adventure builds on everything we love about the first Beach Buggy Racing. But, much like the original, it fails to...

Review: Aground

If I could sum up Aground in a nutshell, it would be Minecraft meets Steamworld Dig. Essentially, Aground is Minecraft but in the 2D...

Review: Neoverse

Neoverse is a deck-building RPG that reinvents the genre by adding new mechanics that bring the game to life. When you think of deck-building...

Review: Disgaea 4 Complete+

Disgaea 4 Complete+ is an excellent addition to the Disgaea franchise. Disgaea 4 Complete+ takes everything we love about the original Disgaea 4: A...

Review: Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning

Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning was always a fantastic open-world fantasy RPG. Kingdoms of Amalur Re-Reckoning builds upon the game in an excellent remaster. With...

Review: Atelia Ryza 2

Atelia Ryza 2 is a classic Japanese RPG taking everything you expect from a Japanese RPG and mixing it with superb graphics, music and...

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Review: Scalextric 1966 Batmobile

With Fathers Day just around the corner, we take a look at the iconic 1966 Batmobile in Scalextric form.

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