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Call of Duty: WW2 Review
I played Call of Duty WW2 on the midnight of its release date and I’m glad to say that it was
Star Wars Battlefront 2, kettle mag
Loot boxes: The future of gaming?
Connor Mountford looks at the loot box phenomenon and what it means for gaming.
Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire review
Guild Wars 2 takes us back to the Elonian Desert but how does it hold up to our last experience there in Guild Wars: Nightfall.
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Southport musical firework competition crowns ‘champion of champions’
Lauren Wise headed down to Southport's British Musical Fireworks Championship 2017 to see who would be declared the 'champion of champions'.
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Create a scare in the air this Halloween
Halloween alternatives to the traditional "trick-or-treat".
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Why reputable casinos don’t need to cheat
The thought that online casinos are cheating players isn’t new
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The professional eSport players
Tom Earnshaw explores the monetisation of playing computer games.
Yooka Laylee review - The Nostalgia Hits Hard
Playtonic Games have hit a note with Yooka-Laylee and it is a good one. As a gamer, I grew up with
Conan Exiles preview - Destruction and Glorious Bloody Battle
I’ve been following Conan Exiles eagerly since its announcement last year. I have fond
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Kettle Game of the Year 2016
Entertainment editor Alex Jolly rounds up the nominees for Kettle's best game of the year, with help from the gaming writers' team.