At the end of the day, XCOM is not a game that’s meant to allow the player to feel powerful. It’s a struggle, you’re always supposed to feel like you’re on the back foot even […]

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Knack II Review

Knack II is a great example of a sequel making things right. A lot of the characters dampen the story as they did the first game, but Knack’s personality and the cartoony villains are enough […]

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Even with significant failings in the character performances and writing, it would be impossible for me not to recommend Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. It’s been a while since I had such consistent fun while […]

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I think the major appeal of ARK is how much stuff there is in it. Sure, it’s half-baked, but maybe there’s an item or a raid to do that will reinvigorate me further down the […]

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In the end, I think it’s fair to say that there are two main things StarCraft: Remastered has going for it. One is nostalgia, which it feeds off simply by tastefully re-packaging StarCraft, a game […]

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Madden NFL 18 Review

Fundamentally, Madden NFL 18 is as polished and fantastic to play as ever. If you’re a big NFL fan and play every year, it’s a no brainer. What’s most interesting about this particular instalment, however, […]

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Yakuza Kiwami Review

Though I’m not particularly enamoured with the idea of re-releasing old games, SEGA has done an outstanding job of modernising this cult classic [...]

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I’ve compared Agents of Mayhem to Saints Row a lot in this review, and perhaps some of you reading might think that unfair. I think it’s entirely appropriate, however, since at their core they are […]

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Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is the definition of a must-play game. Not simply because of the creativity in which it combines unorthodox aural and visual techniques to create a gripping story and gameplay simultaneously, no. Hellblade […]

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LawBreakers Review

Speed. Aggression. Desperation. Potty-mouth. These are hallmarks of an older, often nostalgically idealised generation of shooters. LawBreakers [...]

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