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Let us get this out of the way. I am not a prude and I am a big fan of some very violent and offensive things. This review is based solely on Hatred as a game and I am not in any way squeamish or offended by the subject matter, so without further ado here is our thoughts on one of the most controversial games of the last few years.

On the 20th May 2015 my life changed. At 9:59pm my baby boy Jack entered the world....

Now as I am sure anyone who is a parent will say those first few weeks of life are jolly hard work. With his mother breast feeding I had to step up and do as much else as I could. One of the things that we decided on in the first few days was that I would feed the baby for a few feeds during 11pm and about 4pm in order to give my darling wife a decent block of sleep. Jack was born with Jaundice which meant his feeding schedule had to be pretty regimented.

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Castlevania director Koji Igarashi has announced a new game, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night and guess what, it's already funded on Kickstarter.

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is Metroidvania action adventure game directed and produced by IGA. Long time Castlevania series composer Michiru Yamane will join him for this new venture that is said to be the "spiritual successor to Castlevania Symphony of the Night".

One of the benefits of being an independent website is to a certain extent we pick and choose what we review and what we hope you as a viewer/reader will find interesting.

It does sometimes mean that review embargoes do not quite line up with our video release schedule.

For hardwarophiles and PC gamers, Direct X 12 cannot come soon enough. Heralded in the next step in Graphics and the much needed push to take PC Visuals that step ahead of Consoles where we often feel like they need to be. DirectX 12 is a “close to the metal” API, that makes more efficient use of CPU and GPU hardware resources, which can result in both a noticeable improvement in performance as well as visual quality.

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