Just Cause 3 Review

If you want a game that lets you take some time out and blow stuff up without having to think beyond ‘shoot the big red things’, look no further. Just Cause 3 looks great, feels great and gives you a heap to do in a […]

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Fallout 4 Review

Fallout 4 is essentially a great framework with a lot of good ideas, but suffers from poor execution. There are a lot of great systems, but none of them are explained very well, or sometimes at all, and are put together without much thought as […]

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Anno 2205 Review

Taking the parts of Anno 2205 that worked well for me, this game could have been a fresh take on the city building genre. Unfortunately, the parts of the game that did not involve expanding the colony and managing resources felt tacked on and were […]

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For anyone like me who loves dwarfs, orcs and all things swords and sorcery in their games – you won’t be disappointed with what Divinity: Original Sin has to offer with this Enhanced Edition.

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While Syndicate is unsurprising on the whole, it has begun making headway with a return to memorable characters and interactions from the main few involved. One I’d like to forget is a nameless NPC as he approaches my hiding place, I reach out to assassinate […]

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Just Dance 2016 Review

Just Dance clearly has a worldwide fanbase, the game is (usually) a fun, positive party title that is accessible to all and encourages physical activity (which speaks to the exercise physiologist within me); however, there are too many hiccups in this latest installment, rendering it […]

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Let’s be real, guys. It’s Call of Duty. If you enjoyed Call of Duty: The Last One, and feel like you might enjoy Call of Duty: The Next One, this one’s gonna be right up your alley too. Chuck some bonus points on if you […]

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Tales of Zestiria Review

To those like me who were uninitiated to the Tales of franchise, I think Zestiria is a great launching point to start off with. It looks incredible and is very easy to understand if you have a fairly limited/intermediate scope of RPG experience. Now that […]

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Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise is a game with a keen sense of humour, inspired puzzle design and excellent art direction. In terms of narrative, if you cruise into Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise knowing it is designed to be episodic in nature, […]

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WRC 5 a solid effort from developer Kylotonn and a promising entry in the rally genre. If you’re looking for a super realistic hardcore rally simulation, this isn’t it, but the driving feels pretty good nonetheless. I get the feeling the officially licensed FIA WRC […]

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