Leigh Ramsden

A mid-30s gamer who, despite cutting his teeth on consoles from NES to Xbox 360, now prefers the nuts and bolts of PC gaming or the pixellated allure of retro-fayre. Has a 'proper' degree having graduated with a BA in Games Art & Design that he has never used... When not gaming for fun enjoys building games in UDK and making videos for the gaming channel Super Fun Game Time that he co-founded with his friend Marc. He once wrote a book about going to the toilet



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New York Bus Simulator

The year is 2237. Decades after the robots take over and use humans as nothing more than batteries to fuel their interplanetary space guns, what remains of our species is trapped in a crude simulation designed to keep us docile. A world where you’re a bus driver with an insatiable lust for odd-looking balls of demented bees hanging pointlessly in the air like wispy disco footballs. New York ...[Read More]



Professional Farmer 2017

As a reasonably savvy consumer, I do tend to expect a similar level of competence in others. That said, if you don’t have your wits about you, it’s all too easy to be duped into buying a bottle of Timmy Hilfinger aftershave or a Pamosunic television. These brands usually exist to trick elderly relatives in search of a young family member’s carefully written down request into retu...[Read More]



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Dead Effect 2

There is a reason I play games for a good few hours before I sit down to write a review and games like Dead Effect 2 are the reason. Some games impress you straight out of the gate and immediately pull you in with slick controls, shiny graphics and straightforward progression. Other games require the player to be patient; to fiddle, configure and get around quirks and bugs. Dead Effect 2 is the la...[Read More]



Highland Warriors

Highland Warriors is a semi-non-fictional stab at the RTS genre, in as much that we see Robert the Bruce but also a smattering of wizard action. Originally released in 2003 by Soft Enterprises, it has recently been re-packaged for purchase via Steam. 2003 is a time that many of us may look back on fondly, albeit through rose-tinted spectacles. Whilst we were lauding the graphical capabilities of t...[Read More]



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The Town of Light

The Town of Light is a ‘first-person-walker’ game based primarily on exploring a disused mental institution and in doing so revealing the history of the protagonist and ex-patient, Renee. As Renee you walk the crumbling halls and overgrown gardens of the institution and connecting to her story by finding documents, medical notes and experiencing flashbacks to the ‘bad old days’. The To...[Read More]



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Return to PopoloCrois: A STORY OF SEASONS Fairytale

Return to PopoloCrois: A STORY OF SEASONS Fairytale Return to PopoloCrois: A STORY OF SEASONS Fairytale is an incredible thing to say all at once. Released purely in digital format on Nintendo’s eShop, some people say that this is because you can’t fit the whole title on a single box cover… That, maybe, is the price you pay when combining the next instalments of two well established ga...[Read More]



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LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers Having been around for over a decade, Traveller’s Tales’ LEGO video game series has become an institution in itself. Having started with the original LEGO: Star Wars in 2005 the format has spread across an increasingly wide range of cinema’s most familiar properties. Notably unwilling to rest on their laurels, with each new incarnation Traveller’...[Read More]



Darksiders 2: Deathinitive Edition Review

In 2012, Darksiders 2 was THQ and Vigil’s answer to still-hungry fans of the original Darksiders. Where its predecessor followed War, the sequel switched to his spritely brother and fellow horseman of the apocalypse, Death.  Seeking his brother’s redemption for his transgressions in the first game, Death traverses the otherworldly realm, opening the way forward to the Tree of Life wher...[Read More]

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