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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 streamer, focusing on my postgraduate degree. For more about me and my work. Check out my website PixelPolitics.co.uk.

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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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BloodRoots is an excellent game. The game from developers Paper Cult is a fun and strategic top-down action slasher game that stands out as...

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At its heart, Talking Tom Candy Run is an endless runner. Although it has some appealing features with a cute art style and charming...

Review: Bartlow’s Dread Machine

Bartlow's Dread Machine is a great game. From starting the game, I didn't expect to enjoy it. The game's mechanics felt off. The mechanics...

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Kill la Kill IF is what some would call a classic slasher action game. Despite some flaws, it stands out from the rest because...

Review: Metamorphosis

Metamorphosis is, to be frank, an oddly intriguing but creepy game. Now I want to start by saying if you don't like bugs or...

Review: Tracks The Train Set Game

Tracks-The Train Set Game is a charming game with excellent content. The main game's premise is to build train track sets to transport your...

Review: Through the Darkest of Times

Through the Darkest of Times is an excellent strategy game. Its central premise is to form and grow an opposition group within Germany. In...

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