Fallout 76 Review

Fallout 76 is broken, not just on a technical level but by its very nature. It doesn’t challenge its players as they work towards their goals, it actively hinders them with bad design. It took […]

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I’ll be honest, I went into the Fallout 76 B.E.T.A expecting something terrible. I tried to avoid headlines regarding how it plays so that I could form my own untainted opinion, but I’ve seen some […]

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I was so much more enamoured with the Switch in its first twelve months than I am right now. While there have been consistent first-party releases, they’ve not been of the same calibre as Odyssey […]

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It feels like Rage 2 is shaping up much better than I previously thought it would, and far better than the first game. I do find it highly ironic that it's [...]

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For those not in the know, Metal Wolf Chaos is a freak of nature. An original Xbox exclusive, released in 2004 in Japan only, developed by FromSoftware, whose dialogue was entirely in English. Much like […]

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Resident Evil 2 has held a special place in my wretched heart ever since it scared the bejeezus out of me way back in ’98. You see, I originally played it at the tender and […]

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Despite taking place in a marvellously detailed, humorous, and lively world, the story of The Bard’s Tale IV: Barrows Deep is rather by-the-numbers, and a lot of the game’s design harkens back to the old […]

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Mega Man 11 Review

When Mega Man 11 was first announced, I was somewhat wary, especially considering it was to be a new addition to the original series. However, whatever concerns I might have had quickly melted after just […]

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Monster Hunter Generations was hands-down the best version of the “traditional” style Monster Hunter games when it released, and Ultimate [...]

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Shenmue I & II Review

Fans of the Shenmue series place the games on a pedestal reserved for the gaming greats, heralding it as one of the greatest things to ever happen in the industry. In a sense, this isn’t […]

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