While there’s plenty to enjoy in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, I still can’t help but feel frustrated at having some things handed to me, as was the case in the original Sun and Moon. Another glaring sad point for me is something I’ve […]

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FFXV Comrades isn’t great – for now – but the development team behind the game’s post-release content has a track record of improving things over time. The expansion has a mountain of technical problems, a ham-strung design in comparison to the main game, and becomes […]

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 could easily be considered the best available “reason to buy a Switch.” While there are already a lot of great titles available for the system, much of the current library is also shared with the Wii U and other platforms. Xenoblade, on […]

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Like many, the Star Wars franchise is dear to me, and I’m disappointed EA let their plans for monetisation and a rush to meet deadlines get the better of them with Battlefront II. The controversy surrounding the game has been well warranted, and I can […]

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Divinity: Original Sin 2 is the best turn-based RPG I’ve played in years. The combat is incredibly tactical due to the implementation of the two armour types and how they resist effects from skills, classless character progression offers an overwhelming depth and strategic flexibility which […]

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Is Origins my new favourite Assassin’s Creed? It is, yes. I think so. While it’s certainly not perfect due to the glitches you’ll sometimes encounter (though nothing of Unity proportions) and the samey gameplay which feels very familiar, it’s still an experience I enjoyed wholeheartedly. […]

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Need for Speed Payback is a fun but ultimately flawed and frustrating game. I was optimistic going in based on what had been shown prior to release, and while the racing action is indeed as tight as ever, albeit lacking in set pieces which were […]

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In the end, it’s difficult to see the point of Super Lucky’s Tale from either a commercial or critical point of view. If you (or your children) haven’t played the games that Super Lucky’s Tale bowerbirds, there’s no compelling reason to not be playing those […]

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Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds is far from a bad expansion. If you completely smashed the content from the base game and wanted more, it can scratch that itch. With more powerful enemies, weapons to take them on, and a slew of new features […]

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Call of Duty: WWII Review

Call of Duty: WWII is a return to form for the series, but only if you’re a fan from Modern Warfare onwards. The series’ biggest draw, competitive multiplayer, has been pared back and re-invigorated by the stellar new War mode and a more restrained loadout system. […]

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