Review Roundup | March 2016

March 2016 was one of our busiest ever months for reviews, with 22 games passing through our hot little hands.

Standout star this month was Hitman Episode One, which earned a very impressive 9 out of 10. We called this masterful reboot “a perfectly pitched experience displaying commendable attention to detail” and we can’t wait for episode two, which should land around the end of April.

March’s reviews are listed below.

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,Date,Title,Score,Lead Reviewer
,31-Mar-16,TrackMania Turbo,7,Chris B
,26-Mar-16,Fallout 4: Automatron DLC,8,Andrew
,22-Mar-16,Sheltered,6,Chris B
,21-Mar-16,Hitman Episode 1,9,Mike
,20-Mar-16,101 Ways to Die,6,Julie
,20-Mar-16,Goat Simulator: The Bundle,7,Bryan
,20-Mar-16,Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse,7,Ashley
,20-Mar-16,Tom Clancy’s The Division,8,Stace
,16-Mar-16,Cel Damage HD,6,Steve
,14-Mar-16,Dungeon of the Endless,7,Stace
,12-Mar-16,McDROID,7,Shellie
,12-Mar-16,Teslagrad,8,Andy
,11-Mar-16,MagNets: Fully Charged,7,Andy
,11-Mar-16,Blast ‘Em Bunnies,9,Mike
,06-Mar-16,Replay: VHS is not Dead,7,Andrew
,04-Mar-16,ScreenCheat,6,Jeff
,04-Mar-16,Reagan Gorbachev,6,Shellie
,04-Mar-16,Action Henk,8,Jeff
,03-Mar-16,Far Cry Primal,8,Julie
,02-Mar-16,Gunscape,7,Chris B
,01-Mar-16,Pixel Piracy,7,Chris B
,01-Mar-16,Layers of Fear,5,Jeff

[/table]

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Stacey

Amazingly, prone to intermittent fits of unexplained optimism. Lived alone and liked it so much he bought the company. Wouldn't mind being a little less clever and a little more handsome. Arranges words into painstakingly grammatically correct order for a living. Likes: Sunshine, TV, couch, cats, games. Dislikes: Rain, people, arranging words into painstakingly grammatically correct order. #ILHIMH

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