Guacamelee! 2 Review

Guacamelee 2 is a nifty little Metroidvania that flies by despite being packed with stuff to do. It cuts straight to the good stuff and keeps things continually moving to create an engaging, succinct playthrough. […]

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Shenmue I & II Review

Fans of the Shenmue series place the games on a pedestal reserved for the gaming greats, heralding it as one of the greatest things to ever happen in the industry. In a sense, this isn’t […]

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We Happy Few Review

The worst thing about We Happy Few is that out of pure frustration I stopped caring about the story early on, and from there it wasn’t long before I’d seen all I needed to see. […]

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The Banner Saga 3 is a fitting conclusion to a compelling but flawed series. It maintains and expands upon the high standards set in writing, visuals and soundtrack by the previous games. The combat is […]

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Madden NFL 19 Review

Hot damn, I’m even more impressed this year than I was the last. EA took the blueprint for what made Madden 18 great and continued to add building blocks to the formula which were necessary […]

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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr fails both as a 40K game, and as an ARPG in its own right. The name has a second subtitle, which suggests that there could be more from this series, […]

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Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review

Yakuza seems to be picking up more and more traction without showing signs of stopping, and Yakuza Kiwami 2 is a shining example of why that is. Despite some shallow combat, it encapsulates everything that […]

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WarioWare Gold Review

WarioWare Gold is a wonderfully presented encapsulation of the series, collecting so much of WarioWare history in one place, and managing to [...]

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Sonic Mania Plus Review

Sonic has had more than enough runs to store shelves, but Sonic Mania was probably one of the few titles in his series that I’ve been genuinely happy to see. Sonic Mania was a beautiful […]

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Dead Cells Review

Dead Cells is a fantastic melding of two seemingly contradictory design philosophies. A Roguelike at heart, the game utilises Metroidvania levels in a way that gives the player freedom of choice without making any style […]

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