Welcome to Bethesdaland! Despite some of the bigger titles being leaked before Bethesda’s conference, #BE3 was in full flight from the get-go as Pete Hines swaggered on stage to chanting and loud cheers that made me feel like I was watching an episode of WWE […]

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It’d be an overstatement to say that any of EA’s past E3 press conferences have been anything better than average. They’ve undoubtedly had the most consistently disappointing show of the bunch, more often than not because of a lack of actual gameplay footage – most […]

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That’s right, folks. E3 is once again upon us – ready to inject hype into what’s already been an incredible year so far! There are a couple of things to note though. EA is once again doing their own thing that week (*technically not E3), […]

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Syberia 3 Review

Syberia 3 is a difficult game to recommend. I suspect it fills a particular niche set of tastes for a particular type of adventure game fan. One who doesn’t like quick-time-events, doesn’t need brazen or wacky humour, and has plenty of time on their hands […]

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In all honesty, I can find little to fault in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. From top to bottom, the game is so immaculate in all regards that it has made me a lifetime fan of the series and also inspired me to want […]

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Rakuen Review

Rakuen is a beautiful story about a sick boy and his Mum, who, together, travel to a fantasy world so he can make a wish. To do this, however, he’ll first have to make new friends and help those around him find closure. What makes […]

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I’m not entirely sure what I was expecting from Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. Like many others, I think the biggest draw was that it’s another SFII remix game, which have traditionally been well received in the past and a joy to play, […]

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Vanquish Review

Although Platinum’s titles of late have been hit or miss, Vanquish is undoubtedly one of the best experiences they have to offer. It’s a stellar third-person shooter which holds up regardless of whether it’s your first hour or hundredth. While the campaign is admittedly short, […]

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RiME Review

I have decided that I need to stop getting my hopes up for modern cross-genre puzzle games. While we have seen some astounding showings in the past, modern titles fail to understand what it is that makes a puzzle both challenging and rewarding. While RiME […]

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LEGO Worlds Review

I like to imagine an average day working for the LEGO Company is just like what I’m doing in LEGO Worlds. Having access to an unlimited supply of bricks and being able to create whatever I want is just amazing, and I still can’t believe […]

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