Final Fantasy XV Review

While Final Fantasy XV might feel like a radical departure for the series in some ways, it’s also the closest Square Enix has come in over a decade to recapture what makes Final Fantasy so special. Make no mistake, this is a game with some […]

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The passing of David Bowie in early 2016 was a death that shook the music industry. A pillar of rock ‘n’ roll and pop for over 50 years, it was a shock to many, and he will most definitely be missed. It was during this […]

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Dead Rising 4 Review

Dead Rising 4 is probably the most fun game I’ve played all year. It’s like a blockbuster horror film full of action, humour and thousands of hungry zombies. Capcom Vancouver has done a great in job delivering an intriguing and comedic storyline, filled with entertaining […]

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Pokémon Moon Review

If you’re a fan of Pokémon, however, or a returning player of the old-school series, there’s still a lot to enjoy, and it regardless remains one of the most innovative entries in the entire series.

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Shenzhen I/O Review

Zachtronics have a philosophy behind their designs that is easy to see. Shenzhen I/O is yet another embodiment of this, by encouraging [...]

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Owlboy Review

Owlboy feels, sounds and moves like how my mind remembers a game from an older era but is really a larger and more cleverly directed experience. The story lends it a unique level of sapience placing it amongst the glut of indie darlings from the […]

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HITMAN Review

There’s a lot to like about HITMAN. The sandbox levels offer plenty of choice and variety when it comes to how you’ll dispose of your target, which is at the heart of the Hitman franchise. The weak narrative and episodic release can be overlooked (now […]

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Titanfall 2 Review

I really liked Titanfall 2, hell I maybe even loved it. It’s a real treat when you get to play a master crafted, well-polished title, and even BETTER when it’s one that catches you by surprise. It’s really unfortunate that the latest news seems to […]

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Dishonored 2 Review

While Dishonored 2 is fundamentally more of the same, almost everything about it has has been improved over its predecessor. The characters feel more alive and are supported by well-written dialogue that is full of small but impactful nuances, as well as a narrative, that, […]

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Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 is a sequel to a very troubled game that makes little-to-no attempt to improve itself. If for some reason, you loved the first game and wanted more, here it is. If you like Dragon Ball, don’t mind repeating yourself for hours, […]

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