With sixteen years of momentum behind the series beginning with Battlefield 1942, Battlefield is back again with its latest instalment to the famous series – Battlefield V. Logically, following on from the World War I […]

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Madden NFL 19 Review

Hot damn, I’m even more impressed this year than I was the last. EA took the blueprint for what made Madden 18 great and continued to add building blocks to the formula which were necessary […]

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Available for free, The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is a straightup must-play. Whether you’ve played any of the previous Life is Strange games, or are a newcomer to the series, Captain Spirit caters for […]

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Vampyr Review

While instituting a host of unique and exciting ideas, the problem is that Vampyr doesn’t offer you much more than that at its foundation. Performance issues instituted repetition, and minor mistakes make for a game […]

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Shadow of the Colossus is the gold standard of video game remakes for this generation, period. Bluepoint Games deserves all the credit for offering a remake worthy of the praise placed upon the original, and […]

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WWE 2K18 Review

If you’re a WWE fan, don’t even consider picking up WWE 2K18 until it goes on sale and some of the bugs have disappeared. And if you’re not a fan of the WWE, then avoid […]

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NBA 2K18 Review

When it boils down to it, the question shouldn’t be whether NBA 2K18 is good – because it is. The question is rather whether NBA 2K18 is GREAT? And it’s not, pure and simple. This […]

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Madden NFL 18 Review

Fundamentally, Madden NFL 18 is as polished and fantastic to play as ever. If you’re a big NFL fan and play every year, it’s a no brainer. What’s most interesting about this particular instalment, however, […]

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Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a game that manages to distinguish itself from its counterparts but also shows the series is best suited to an infrequent release schedule. Uncharted has managed to captivate players up […]

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Pyre Review

Pyre may not play like Bastion and Transistor, but it still manages to hold onto the essence of its predecessors in the way that it approaches its players. Most importantly, though, Supergiant Games continues to […]

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