Final Fantasy XV

If there’s one thing you can count on when a new mainline instalment of Final Fantasy releases, it’s that the fanbase is going to be highly divided on it no matter what. For all its strengths and weaknesses, Final Fantasy XV is no exception. What […]

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Dead Rising 4

Dead Rising has continued to deliver new ideas and amplify its chaotic zombie-filled world with each entry into the series. With each sequel, it’s introduced new settings and characters, the addition of vehicles and weapon crafting, while removing limited save points and escort missions. Although […]

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Pokémon Moon

I enjoyed Pokémon Moon a whole lot more than I was expecting to, but that doesn’t mean it’s a perfect game. Far from it, in fact; I would say that Moon (and likely Sun, since the stories will probably be the same with some ‘mons […]

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Shenzhen I/O

I have been a massive fan of Zachtronics’ games since they released SpaceChem back in 2011. Their unique puzzle games have always been able to suck me into hours upon hours of seemingly endless frustration and pondering. Their latest release, Shenzhen I/O, uses their usual […]

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Owlboy

Nine years ago in 2007, when D-Pad Studios began work on Owlboy, The Last Guardian and Final Fantasy Versus XIII (now XV) were recent announcements. “Can it run Crysis?” was the measuring stick of all PC Master Race pissing contests. And Michael Bay had only […]

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HITMAN

Killing people isn’t that difficult. You take a coin, throw it somewhere, and then you delicately crush the victim’s larynx before they notice you’re grinding up on them like a coffee machine. No need for all those ‘superior’ weapons and poisons, you just need a […]

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Titanfall 2

This year I’ve made it somewhat of a personal mission to try and play games, that, while popular, are most definitely outside of my usual comfort zone. One of these particular genres also happens to be first person shooters (FPS). Being someone who enjoys story-driven […]

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Dishonored 2

While a lot has changed between the first and second Dishonored games, there are some things which haven’t. Dunwall has indeed prospered under Empress Emily Kaldwin’s reign, who, subsequently, has been training with her father Corvo to ensure she doesn’t meet the same ill-fated end […]

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Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2

When I reviewed Dragon Ball XenoVerse last year, I wrote this: “A jack of many trades and a master of none; DBX innovates dramatically within the series, while lacking quality in almost all regards… I’m sure we’ll see a sequel soon, and I sincerely hope […]

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Dragon Quest Builders

Quick, someone tell me what year it is?! That is how I feel coming down from Dragon Quest Builders, the latest game to look at how much money Minecraft has made and said; yeah, that would be nice. I haven’t played any of the previous […]

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