Battlefield 1 Review

For a long time, Battlefield games have been nothing more than a platform for a military shooter without much soul. The Bad Company games worked so well as they made the story about the soldiers rather than the war, and absolutely nailed the multiplayer component. […]

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One of the things we like to gloss over in our rose-tinted memories of time spent in the arcade is how frustrating those games were. They kicked your arse and took your cash, taunting you with the dreaded “Continue?” countdown. They were hard, sure, but […]

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It’s always a shame when a game built on a foundation of good ideas falls over at the execution. The Technomancer is definitely a playable game with interesting concepts, it’s more a matter if you’re committed enough to devote the amount of time and energy […]

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For returning scarred warriors or soon-to-be-schooled newbies, Dark Souls 3 is a sprawling testament to the series and another triumph in [...]

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Amplitude Review

Amplitude is a solid nostalgia hit in glossy HD and certainly brought me back to the days of endlessly replaying one song on the Frequency demo disk on the PS2. There’s a visceral feeling connecting the minimal gameplay to the pumping audio and visuals that […]

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In a strange way, “The Phantom Pain” turns out to be quite an apt description for this game. We’re profoundly aware there’s something missing here, and it’s possible we won’t be truly satisfied. There are a few glaring issues in The Phantom Pain that could […]

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Journey (PS4) Review

Now, as when it was first released, Journey remains a must-have for any Playstation owner library. It’s the sort of game that comes up in any “Are games art” conversation, and yet isn’t a tedious existential romp through the woods. Journey is both accessible to […]

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The Old Blood is an exercise in “nothing lost, nothing gained.” Very little has managed to top the high standards of The New Order and even managed to take a step backwards in terms of dredging up some FPS clichés best left forgotten. It’s a […]

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Visceral Games did a commendable job in presenting the best Battlefield campaign to date – even if that isn’t really saying much [...]

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For those hankering for the point-and-click adventures of old, Grim Fandango: Remastered is a fun and rewarding experience. For others it might just be considered a museum piece: some might get it, others may say it should return to its box, but hopefully it will […]

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