Delano Cuzzucoli

Delano Cuzzucoli
Delano is a lifelong gamer who resides in the city of Johannesburg in South Africa. He's also a political student, artist, geek, writer, historian, skeptic, linguaphile, IT nerd and electronic music fan. An eccentric lover of the strange and beautiful who is equal parts harmony and discord.
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Clinically Dead Review (PC)

You might as well kill yourself; you’re already dead. Ever since the dawn of Portal over a decade ago (holy cow, can you believe so much time has passed?), the first-person puzzler field has exploded with an array of both affectionate homages and shameless attempts at cloning. Some of…
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Suffer Review (PC)

When you are Suffering, know that I have betrayed you. With the onslaught of indie first-person shooters, it seems like everyone is having a stab at crafting their own take on an FPS. Many of these take inspiration from the heyday of the genre back in 1990’s. Some become…
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Project Warlock Review (PC)

Warlock, stock, and barrel.   Very few people will deny that picking up a gun in a video game and killing monsters is an oddly relaxing experience. But what’s even more puzzling is how the relaxation factor is increased tenfold when you swap out your shotgun for a stave.…
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Forsaken Remastered Review (PC)

A classic game once thought forsaken has returned to our screens. Today, we’re a bit spoiled for choice when it comes to six-degrees-of-freedom shooters. Starting off with Descent in the mid-1990’s, the only other serious contender for the 6DOF crown was Forsaken back in 1998. Despite being a solid…


Does this surreal synthwave shooter hit its target or misfire? Ah, the 1980’s. Sure, Ronald Reagan was president, the war on drugs had entered the public discourse, and people were sick of the Cold War. But it was also a time of optimism of the future, of fuchsia overtones,…
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Microcosmum: Survival Of Cells Review (Late To The Game)

Adding a whole new meaning to “gaming on your cell”.   It’s great how diversified the strategy genre has become. From real-time strategy to tower defense to grand strategy, there’s a ton of different ways to dominate your opponent with some clever clicks. One of the more interesting ideas…

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