Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an enthralling RPG experience that deserves your full attention. It’s not a perfect game, but neither was The Witcher 1 and look where CD Projekt Red are now. Not only is […]

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Attack on Titan 2’s concepts are sound, much like they were in the original, but it’s difficult to recommend the sequel to anyone who already played Wings of Freedom or who isn’t a fan of […]

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Into The Breach is a tour-de-force of tight design, an excellent execution of an idea, and a wonderful take on turn-based strategic combat. I have pretty much nothing bad to say about it. My only […]

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With new enemies, new careers and new missions to check out, Vermintide 2 is a fantastic sequel to an already phenomenal game. It’s not perfect, with a difficulty spike so sharp that scientists could study […]

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Moss Review

Moss is a lovely little game that applies VR in ways I’m excited to see develop. The simple platforming, puzzling and fighting aren’t anything fantastic on their own, but together in a precious little storybook […]

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Bayonetta 2 Review

Bayonetta 2 is an all-round improvement on the-fun-but-flawed Bayonetta, which I guess is exactly what you’d want from a sequel. It’s [...]

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Bayonetta Review

Bayonetta is a distinctive, sometimes-fun hack ‘n’ slash game with a bonkers story and interesting visual aesthetics. The core fighting mechanics [...]

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To celebrate the one year anniversary of the Nintendo Switch, the GameCloud team share their picks for some of the best Nintendo games of all time [...]

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This isn’t a bad remake, per se. The game functions without crashing, and it’s a close approximation of what the original Secret of Mana had on offer. The problem is that in recreating the game, […]

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Too many games these days are too simple, too elegant in their design to allow for liberating gameplay. We’re stuck in designs that ask very little [...]

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