Micro Machines World Series

I have a lot of fond memories from my childhood playing Micro Machines on the Sega Mega Drive. It’s a top-down racer with colourful graphics, unique tracks, and fast action that was an absolute blast […]

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DiRT 4

DiRT 4 is the newest rally-focused game from Codemasters, who are a studio with a long history of developing and publishing rally games. Although their games in the racing genre have tended to lean towards […]

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Valkyria Revolution

Before we can even start to discuss this game, a clear message needs to be relayed in case you missed one of the many notices put out by Media.Vision about their latest game, Valkyria Revolution […]

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Tekken 7

Time to grab the lion mask and put on your best bear costume; the Iron Fist Tournament is back in town! It’s been close to a decade since we’ve seen Heihachi’s mighty bald patch in […]

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Outlast 2

Outlast 2 is a game I had been impatiently waiting for since the first teaser trailer. I think what I was most excited about was the fact that Red Barrels Studios had decided to move […]

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Syberia 3

Syberia 3 (or its author at least) is a product of Belgium, just like Jean-Claude Van Damme, artisan chocolate, and inflated diamond prices. It’s also a sequel to a game that was released all the […]

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RiME

If you’ve read any review of mine before, you’d know that I am delighted whenever I get my hands on a game that defines itself as ‘puzzle-something,’ but also that I am frequently let down […]

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LEGO Worlds

Admit it, we’ve all got a dream game or two. How awesome would it be to see Chun Li facing off against Sonya Blade? Maybe you’d like to play as Bowser and lead a campaign […]

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The Surge

It seems remarkably easy to prevent an apocalypse. Don’t make killer robots, avoid neural implants, and keep invasive technology to a minimum. Easy. Of course, if there are three things people want, it’s robots to […]

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The Sexy Brutale

Puzzle games aren’t normally my thing, even if they’re your “point ‘n’ click” style of logic puzzles. That’s not to say I don’t like those kinds of games, sometimes I love them to bits, I’m […]

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