For Honor

Vandenberghe, you brilliant bastard. I knew I could count on you to deliver a banger game, you cane-wielding barbarian, you. You set me on the path of battle, and now, I’m hungr- huh, that’s weird. I got kicked. Ah, well, I’ll just join another then! […]

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Sniper Elite 4

There’s a reason why seeing Richard Spencer getting decked in GIFs all over the internet is so satisfying. We have been taught through countless films, comic books and video games that Nazis are evil, and deserve to be met with extreme prejudice. The Sniper Elite […]

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Tales of Berseria

Having played several games from the Tales series over the years, I was excited to play Tales of Berseria, the sixteenth main entry – especially after being disappointed by Tales of Zestiria, which was the previous instalment, and leaving it incomplete. I had some apprehensions […]

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Gravity Rush 2

Gravity Rush is an endearing, distinct game I mightn’t have ever expected to receive a sequel. The charming characters, deceptively elaborate narrative and unique action of the Vita darling live on in Gravity Rush 2, with more than a few new tricks. The scale of […]

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Digimon World: Next Order

Despite being a fan of the first season of Digimon in my younger days, I have not previously put a decent effort into getting into any of the series’ many games. Last year’s Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth release caught my interest initially, but I never […]

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Coming up to the series eleventh instalment in the Kingdom Hearts franchise with Kingdom Hearts III, there’s a level of respect that I feel the series is entitled to purely based on its ability to remain popular and relevant despite it being as oversaturated as […]

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Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

When Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (RE7) was first announced at E3 2016, a lot of core fans voiced concerns over the game’s bold new direction. The mainline series was already in dire straits after the critical failure of Resident Evil 6, and it didn’t help […]

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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone

Amidst the mass of RPG and Puzzle games that I play, I reserve a special place for Rhythm games. Demanding quick finger-work and an innate sense of beat, these games expect much from the player, but always provide avenues by which you can practice and […]

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Watch Dogs 2

We gamers can be a rather salty bunch. It’s not always without merit, though, in the case of many furores that now seem to arise daily in our age of early-access stuff ups and Kickstarter fraud. When the first Watch Dogs grabbed gamers’ attention, it […]

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Rad Rodgers: World One

Hey, here’s something fun we can do. Let’s flip the format backwards and jump to the end right at the start! Rad Rodgers: World One is great, and you should totally pick it up! I’m not even kidding. I loved the hell out of this […]

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