Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is a fully fleshed out follow-up to one of the best games of last year, and a damned steal with its budget pricing. The story is the series’ at its most personal, and for my money, most interesting, while the […]

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Here’s something people often don’t like to admit: Call of Duty is fun. Sure, Ghosts and Modern Warfare 3 were utter garbage and deserved to be named so, but every other entry has a redeeming feature. More than a few of them have hallmarks that […]

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is ugly, the story is a laughable missed opportunity, and it’s not leading the way in extras and has a gross DLC agenda. And yet, in spite of all this, it’s still the most exciting time to be a fan of […]

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Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is the definition of a must-play game. Not simply because of the creativity in which it combines unorthodox aural and visual techniques to create a gripping story and gameplay simultaneously, no. Hellblade does this to generate a tale about understanding the struggles […]

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LawBreakers Review

Speed. Aggression. Desperation. Potty-mouth. These are hallmarks of an older, often nostalgically idealised generation of shooters. LawBreakers [...]

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Syberia 3 Review

Syberia 3 is a difficult game to recommend. I suspect it fills a particular niche set of tastes for a particular type of adventure game fan. One who doesn’t like quick-time-events, doesn’t need brazen or wacky humour, and has plenty of time on their hands […]

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Prey Review

Prey is a game of unexpectedly stark contrasts. The scope of its design is hampered by the use of unambitious narrative tools and a plot that only becomes interesting at the last minute, and its atmosphere and sense of place are stifled by the fact […]

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Tomorrow, Arkane’s latest and arguably most intriguing game yet, Prey, will be released. For the uninitiated, this is a great time for fervent optimism, and the demo for Prey is available for Xbox and PS4 owners to try at this very moment. For the rest […]

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Troll and I Review

Troll and I never ceases to appal, impugn or confound. The time I’d spent with it, I liken to a mild form of torture, like having to listen to your in-laws passive/aggressively assert their petty concerns over a burnt roast of turkey. You could call […]

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Styx: Shards of Darkness is a refreshingly obtuse stealth action game, with a snarky but endearing lead character and an old school difficulty curve. It might occasionally make you put your head through your keyboard, but once it gets going this game offers a sense […]

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