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phillvine

Phill has been the director of a small IT repair business since 2011 which he runs alongside studying for his degree in Information and Communication Technologies at the Open University. Video games are his real passion and they take up more of his time than he'd like to admit.

Review: Total War: Warhammer

Total War brings an enormous amount of realism to it’s strategic battles. The accuracy and detail that goes into each unit is really incredible....

Review: Homefront: The Revolution

The original Homefront is definitely a game with a tarnished name. I have a handful of fond memories of some decent multiplayer that even...

Review: The Banner Saga 2

It's difficult to remember that when The Banner Saga was first released most of us didn’t expect to find such an awesome game. A...

Review: Adam’s Venture Origins

How about a little adventure, some puzzles and the worlds most dislikeable cast?

Review: Atari Vault

Just if you want to remind yourself how long you've been playing games.

Review: XCOM 2: Anarchy’s Children

XCOM 2's first DLC pack is out now. Take a look at what's on offer.

Review: Hex: Shards of fate

Check out this genuinely unique take on a TCG game.

Review: Hitman (Episode 1)

This is the most important release ever for Hitman. Can he reclaim some of his past glory?

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