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Fri, 23 Sep 2016 13:10:00 +0100

By Harry Slater

Right, let's get this out of the way as early as possible. Primordia is gorgeous. It's a beautiful mix of design and chunky pixels and it fills my heart with the sort of joy that's usually reserved for a nice sandwich.

But the game has the chops to back up its aesthetic swagger. It's a point-and-click adventure with a solid logical heart, a rich stream of humour running through it, and a story that pushes you to find out what happens next.

And despite its deep future setting there's none of the esoteric nature of the genre here. And that makes it the perfect adventure for players who might be sick of the logical leaps games of this ilk often ask you to make.

Aye, robot


The game casts you as a robotic scavenger whose ship is attacked and its power source stolen. From there you need to work out how to survive, aided along the way by a sarcastic but enthusiastic bot who hovers alongside you.

The relationship between the two main characters is excellent, and their conversations slowly start to build a picture of the world they inhabit.

The main thrust of the game is solving puzzles. Find some things, combine then, stick them in the right place. But there's rarely any confusion about what you need to find or what you need to do with it.

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In the first of our in-depth reviews, Harry from Pocket Gamer takes a look at the recently released mobile port of Final Fantasy VII.

But does he like what he sees?

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And Harry from Pocket Gamer is going to tell you why.

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Harry from Pocket Gamer thinks it is, and he's seen his fair share of kung-fu films.

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Thu, 16 Jul 2015 15:16:00 +0100

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Harry from Pocket Gamer gives it a once over in our video review, and he likes what he sees.

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It's a tough play, but Harry from Pocket Gamer thinks it's well worth it.

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Or at least Harry from Pocket Gamer did. And he knows where to find the best treasure after all.

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Harry from Pocket Gamer says so, and he was born in the countryside, so he should know.

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But is it all glitter and no balls? Yes, according to Harry from Pocket Gamer, although that's a very strange analogy.

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