With the release of the Nintendo Switch now a hopefully fixed point in our future, I felt it would be wise to find any remaining hidden joys with the soon-to-be-defunct Wii U. While not the story-centric tale of Shulk experienced in the Wii/3DS Xenoblade game, […]

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If you think Dragon Quest Builders looks even a little bit fun – it is. It definitely is, and it’s worth your money. It has the best bits of Minecraft with a lot of the chaff cut out, and quite a cool RPG mix tossed […]

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Just Dance 2017 Review

Just Dance 2017 is a multiplayer dance game that looks slick, is accessible to all ages, and is top tier in terms of functionality. However, outside of the social media aspect and the use of a phone as a controller, there is nothing significantly different […]

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Fans of Call of Duty will not be disappointed with the latest iteration in the series. Infinite Warfare is not a revolutionary title but a dependable one [...]

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Who wants to go on a trip down memory lane? A wild, crazy journey way back into the earliest years of computer gaming. Back to a time when the PC Master Race still had homework and bedtimes. Back to a time when an eight-year-old boy […]

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I can’t help but come away from FS17 with a sense that I’ve… Enjoyed it? I think? I don’t know because there was never a point where I actively made the connection between waiting and satisfaction. If there’s one piece of advice I’d give to […]

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World of Final Fantasy is an endearing concept that had potential, which is why I wanted to love it a lot more than I did. Everything about it serves as a heartfelt letter to longtime fans such as myself, but the reality is that when […]

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Rhythm Paradise Megamix has a great sense of humour, genuinely fun (if difficult) mini-games, excellent music, and great animations. If you’re [...]

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Batman: Return To Arkham is a functional re-release of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City – and that’s it. Much of Asylum is shockingly dated and below modern standards, but it isn’t without its strengths. City, on the other hand, holds up greatly and offers a […]

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Dark Messiah of Might and Magic was criminally underrated when it first landed in 2006. Paris-based Arkane Studios released it to a mixed mainstream reception, but to me, it was the best immersive-sim you could play at the time. In a genre that counts landmark […]

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