Just Dance 2017

There was one big question hanging over everyone’s head at the end of 2015 – “Will there be another Just Dance game?” Ok, so maybe it was not quite the “Who shot JR?” of this generation, but it was certainly a question circulating the interwebs. […]

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Editor Note: while this review has been written as satire, it accurately represents our overall thoughts on the game. HELLO CALL OF DUTY FAN. I WILL TRY AND KEEP THIS SIMPLE FOR YOU. I KNOW YOU OFTEN STRUGGLE WITH READING. I HAVE MADE ALL THE […]

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Farming Simulator 17

Have you ever stopped to smell the pigs? I have. For 15 hours, I sat right in front of those beady-eyed monstrosities and questioned what it was to be a man. We are not born of any unique substance to separate us from the chaff, […]

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Batman: Return To Arkham

The Arkham Games are regarded by many as some of the very best video games based on a popular license. When Arkham Asylum launched in 2009, most of us were shocked. An original Batman game with no association to concurrently released films, a focus on […]

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Battlefield 1

World War 1 saw the industrialisation of war and the wholesale slaughter of 10s of millions of soldiers and civilians between 1914 and 1918. Unlike World War II, there were few ideological villains to conquer or justifiable moral campaigns; rather the world saw a clash […]

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WRC 6: FIA World Rally Championship

WRC 6 is the second instalment of the officially licensed WRC game developed by French developer Kylotonn and published by Bigben Interactive. The last instalment, WRC 5, was a great effort by the team after previous titles developed by others were a little lacklustre. So, […]

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Shadow Warrior 2

Let’s be honest and straightforward here: Shadow Warrior 2 (SW2) is Duke Nukem, except with ten times the dick jokes and only a fraction of the misogyny. The protagonist’s name is Low Wang, for Christ’s sake. You have a vast arsenal of weapons but only […]

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Mafia III

Mafia III is a unique and ambitious title that breaks away from the norm of its previous entries and opts for a new setting and era. After the well-written but basic sandbox shooter Mafia II, the developers at Hangar 13 have taken a chance by […]

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Aragami

I really wanted to like Aragami. Created by Lince Works with a soundtrack from Two Feathers, Aragami was the game I was most looking forward to from E3 this year. My favourite game ever is Mark of the Ninja, so that may not be entirely […]

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BioShock: The Collection

Few games have left such a tremendous, distinct footprint on video games as the BioShock series. It’s only fair that after almost ten years since the original BioShock, the entire collection is lovingly packaged and re-released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (plus free updates […]

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