While I don’t think Yoshi’s Crafted World necessarily does a whole lot in terms of taking the genre to the next level or revolutionising it in any way, what it does do is actively showcase […]

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Sekiro’s combination of deep combat, excellent boss fights, and enthralling level design has left its mark as my favourite game to come [...]

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One Piece: World Seeker is an encouraging step in the right direction for licensed anime games. It’s not outstanding in any way, and it doesn’t push any boundaries, but the open world design feels refreshing, […]

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You don’t really need me here to convince you to try playing Final Fantasy VII. Even if you’re not a long-time fan of the JRPG genre, you’ve likely already heard about the refined Final Fantasy […]

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Episode Ardyn marks the abrupt end of FFXV’s DLC, with plans of future content for the game being cut short due to the departure of former director Hajime Tabata. That also means that this is […]

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Dirt Rally 2.0 caters to casual drivers and hardcore enthusiasts alike with difficulty and game modes to suit both. The game is a noticable step up from its predecessor, improving on many of the elements […]

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Who is this for? No, seriously, who is this for? Hey, hey, just a sec – who was this made for? ToeJam & Earl: Back In The Groove is one of those games. You know […]

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Warhammer Fantasy has been living on despite its apparent apocalypse, both in the hearts and minds of players of the tabletop and in video game form. Indeed, it seems the Ending of the World That […]

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Kirby’s Epic Yarn is a game that still holds up today, so it’s no surprise it’s just as great on the 3DS with the release of Extra Epic Yarn. Much like with Mario & Luigi: […]

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The Caligula Effect: Overdose has a lot of interesting design elements to set it apart from the crowd: the combat, the story premise, the recruitable school body. While these sort of unique elements are normally […]

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