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Lee Fairweather

A lifelong video game lover, turned games journalist and historian. You can find me playing on anything from a PC, all the way back to the MegaDrive.

Review: FixFox

Some games radiate a certain kind of charm the instant you sit down to play them. It's a special moment, and one that doesn't...

Review: Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga

Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga meshes both tactical RPG mechanics with complex management systems. Developers Dancing Dragon Games, and publishers Freedom Games, have...

Review: ZHP: Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman

To truly grasp what sort of game ZHP: Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman is, look no further than the intro cinematic. It immediately jumps...

Review (Early Access): V Rising

When I first watched the trailer for V Rising, I wasn’t particularly enthralled with what I'd seen. This was because I had recently finished...

Review: HeroQuest

In 1989, designer Steven Baker, in collaboration with Milton Bradley and Games Workshop, created the fantasy board game HeroQuest. The concept for HeroQuest was...

Review: fault – StP – LIGHTKRAVTE

Visual Novels don’t get much recognition outside of the eastern market. Many titles don’t even receive localisations, as its incredibly unprofitable for companies to...

Review (Early Access): Immortal Life

At its core, Immortal Life is a farming oblique life-sim, with RPG undertones. It mixes elements from popular titles like Animal Crossing and Stardew...

Review: Teardown

Teardown is a sandbox puzzle game developed and published by Tuxedo Labs. It harkens back to the likes of Red Faction: Guerrilla, offering players...

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