Hearts of Iron IV presents a game with mind-boggling amounts of depth through a UI that, while imperfect, is far from unusable. I still wish I could sink years of my life into it, but practicality demands that I don’t fail my uni course. For […]

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Simply put, Blood and Wine is a testament to how all modern game expansions should be, offering an experience so vast and varied that it could easily be justified as a standalone game. From the start, CD Projekt RED were up front about their plans […]

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Overwatch Review

In my eyes, Blizzard has done it again – AKA the Daniel Day-Lewis of video games. Appearing from the shadows once every few years to deliver one hell of a performance, they’ve managed to captivate and delight audiences to the ends of a stellar product.

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I didn’t know what I was expecting the game to be, but what I got was a Total War game that felt so right with Warhammer mechanics integrated in. The way this game blends fantasy with the realism Total War is known for is exceptional, […]

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Going in, I thought this would be the ultimate Ninja Turtles game, but it ultimately ended up being the biggest letdown of this year so far. Platinum had all the tools to make a great licensed game, but what we got instead is a hollow […]

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DOOM Review

I was both sceptical and excited when I started playing DOOM (2016); the familiar tropes, the setting and the soundtrack were all saturating to the senses and brought both a sense of nostalgia and refreshing sense of revitalisation. Soon afterwards I found myself bogged down […]

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While the underlying and growing concern of the goblins led by Manny is still present, this is a story about love, and not missing arm day. As with the previous chapters, there are intense moments and endless great writing, outcomes and interactions, but it also […]

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While being interesting enough to warrant a look perhaps, I don’t think Shadow of the Beast is worth shelling out full price for when there is a multitude of better games coming in at the same price elsewhere. It has positive qualities, but what annoys […]

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Stellaris Review

Overall, Stellaris delivers a 4X game that is not only approachable but hugely enjoyable. As it stands, some mechanics need to be added, and sectors might make you mad, but it’s still a thoroughly enjoyable game as it is. If you’ve ever felt like checking […]

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Uncharted 4 isn’t a perfect game, but it’s about as close as it gets. A Thief’s End feels like a true adventure, developing believable characters and relationships, offering gorgeous environments to explore, and encouraging and necessitating thoughtful gameplay. I couldn’t help but be invested in […]

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