Author: jamiereloaded23

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The Hidden Levels Are Recruiting!!!

Just recently The Hidden Levels celebrated another milestone as we reached our second birthday. We’re now at the stage where there are so many games coming out for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam...

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DiRT 4 & RiMe Giveaway

This week I am pleased to announce that our latest giveaway will be for 2 games. The winner will win a copy of DiRT4 and RiMe on Xbox One, and one runner-up will win...

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Aaero Review

Way back in 2015 I was doing research on an event called EGX. I’d previously been to the event in London and loved it, so was curious to see what it was like when...

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Uncanny Valley Review

The term Uncanny Valley came from Japanese roboticist Masahiro Mori in 1970 and describes our natural instinct to be repulsed by things that appear nearly human, but not quite right. This term particularly applies...

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Knee Deep Review

  Knee Deep is a story driven adventure game that sees the player trying to piece together the series of events that lead up to the apparent suicide of an actor. As you explore...

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Watch Dogs 2 Review

Watch Dogs was a game that divided its audience when it released in 2014. Some liked the fact that it played like a modern day version of Assassin Creed with hacking elements. Others found...

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Titanfall 2 Review

At the time of writing this review I have logged in excess of 200 hours into the first Titanfall game on Xbox One, and probably 200 hours on the Xbox 360 version. Even though...

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Hitman Season One Review

When IO Interactive announced that the newest Hitman release would not be released like all of the other Hitman games, but would instead be released episodically there was an initially negative reaction to this....

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Hue Review

Hue is a game that caught me by surprise. I sat down to give it a quick play and found myself still exploring the colourful landscapes many hours later. With an innovative colour changing...

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Prominence Poker Review

Although Poker is a massively popular game enjoyed by millions there has only been one game released on the Xbox One so far. Pure Hold’em not only came with a premium price tag it...

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Song of the Deep Review

Song of the Deep is the latest game from Insomniac Games, the geniuses who made the sublime Sunset Overdrive and the criminally underrated Fuse back on the Xbox 360. Unlike the aforementioned titles Song...