Lawrence Rennie

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Lawrence Rennie

Lawrence is a Scottish-born writer with a love of games and films that he fortunately turned into a career grumbling about online. When not firing away the hours buried in a game or film he also co-writes 'Mechastopheles', an original comic series published by the UK’s leading comic magazine 2000AD as a naturally born-grumpy Scot; however, he asks that you don’t ask him too much about it though! Lawrence’s other musings include podcasts, fitness, his cat, and one day developing his own screenplay.

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Age of Empires IV Is An Excellent Return To Form
Age of Empires IV Is An Excellent Return To Form

Age of Empires IV is a must buy for fans of the series and those looking to break into the RTS genre.

25 Oct, 2021

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Chernobylite Is Ambitious But Not Fully Baked
Chernobylite Is Ambitious But Not Fully Baked

Chernobyl has been a narrative source for games for quite some time now, but few have done as The Farm 51 and All In! Games have by going whole hog...

18 Oct, 2021

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Halo Infinite’s Tech Preview Review and Impressions
Halo Infinite’s Tech Preview Review and...

Halo, once again, has the goods to be king.

08 Oct, 2021

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Odd Bug Studio’s Tails of Iron Reviewed
Odd Bug Studio’s Tails of Iron Reviewed

A journey that is as surprisingly brutal as it is excellent.

04 Oct, 2021

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Lost In Random Throws A Near-Perfect Roll
Lost In Random Throws A Near-Perfect Roll

Leave nothing to chance this fall, get yourself over to the Queendom of Random and lose yourself in a truly magical, dreamlike, and exceptional...

27 Sep, 2021

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Twelve Minutes Is A Novel Idea Not Worth Repeating
Twelve Minutes Is A Novel Idea Not Worth Repeating

Sometimes it is better to forget the past rather than reliving it over and over.

20 Sep, 2021

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Everything You Need To Know About The PS5 Showcase
Everything You Need To Know About The PS5 Showcase

Once again, Sony was reluctant to bring its power to the likes of E3 and Gamescom, saving itself instead for its very own showcase. And, boy, it was worth the wait.

10 Sep, 2021

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Fort Triumph Is A Triumph of Fantasy Fun
Fort Triumph Is A Triumph of Fantasy Fun

What at first may seem like an XCOM reskin will eventually win over with its convivial parodies of old Dungeons and Dragons and fantasy tropes.

24 Aug, 2021

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Foreclosed’s Elegant Visuals Don’t Hold Up Against Gameplay
Do Foreclosed’s Elegant Visuals Hold Up Against...

Impressively stylistic but this is one title that doesn’t deliver quite enough bang for its buck.

18 Aug, 2021

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No Longer Home Is A Poignant Point & Click
No Longer Home Is A Poignant Point & Click

There is plenty to be gleaned from this uncomfortable, often otherworldly, journey.

13 Aug, 2021

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