All in all, I am impressed with Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions. For a remake that no-one asked for, it did everything a good remake ought to do. The updated visuals are a treat, and the expanded Bowser’s Minions content is good […]

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While no game is perfect, Middle-earth: Shadow of War still manages to get a lot of things right. It has its faults, sure, and the ones behind it made a few mistakes, but if you can see past that and see it for what it […]

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Miitopia Review

Miitopia was a huge surprise, and I’m glad I gave it a shot. I’ve played many RPGs in my life but only a few have stuck with me for any amount of time. Miitopia easily earns that accolade just on how much it made me […]

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Ever Oasis Review

When I first started seeing the trailer images and teasers for Ever Oasis, I have to say I had high hopes. The art popped, there was an unusual Egyptian style to the world, and the characters shown stood out creatively. It’s such a shame the […]

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Star Trek: Bridge Crew exceeded my expectations in every single way possible while also setting the bar for my future VR experiences to an unthinkable level. The sheer polish applied to every aspect of this game is obvious, as is the love that clearly went […]

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LEGO Worlds Review

I like to imagine an average day working for the LEGO Company is just like what I’m doing in LEGO Worlds. Having access to an unlimited supply of bricks and being able to create whatever I want is just amazing, and I still can’t believe […]

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Taking the most unremarkable of locations from the ridiculously entertaining Rick & Morty TV show and adapting it into a game was a stroke of genius from Justin Roiland and the team at Owlchemy Labs. Add to that the perfect performances from the entire voice […]

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Super Mario Run Review

I love when Nintendo is willing to take risks. Sometimes they pay off, sometimes they don’t, but their track record is far more in the green than it is in the red. Super Mario Run is another triumph in every sense of the word, and […]

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I really didn’t expect Snipperclips to be as entertaining as it was when I first looked at it. The game has that ‘mobile’ feel to it; short and sweet, and like it would be something I’d download to my phone and play on the train […]

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Rad Rodgers: World One Review

If you or someone you know is a survivor of the early years of PC gaming, please do yourself a favour, find this game and buy it today. Interceptor Entertainment has done what very few other developers have managed to do and recapture a lost […]

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