Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate

I’ve been spoiled by Monster Hunter World this year, and by the ways it streamlined the series’ design and the way it makes fighting easier. I had forgotten what true hunting is like, and by “true hunting” I mean having to remember a thousand little […]

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NBA 2K19

Alright, here we go. I’m settling in and ready to shoot some straight fire about the latest release in my favourite sports series of all time, NBA 2K. For those that follow my yearly instalments on 2K, you’ll already know that I’m heavily against the […]

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The Banner Saga 3

Bleak, Viking-inspired visual novel/tactical turn-based RPG hybrid series, The Banner Saga, comes to an end with this belated third instalment. Finally, the narrative closure we’ve all yearned for ever since we made the snap decision about whether Rook or Alette would fire the magical arrow […]

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Sonic Mania Plus

You know Sega just wouldn’t be Sega without their Sonic the Hedgehog games, so naturally, when they realised they had a win on their hands with Sonic Mania, it must have only made sense to squeeze every last bit of life they could out of […]

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Dead Cells

Games don’t excite me the same way they used to. I tend to be so cynical that I may as well have the title “of Rivia” because only Geralt and I see the world for the flat, emotionless husk that it is. Despite this ageing […]

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Overcooked 2

Order some pizza, get some mates over and settle in – Overcooked is back to ruin your relationships. Initially released in 2016 and primarily developed by a team of two, Overcooked garnered mainstream and critical success as well as notoriety as an excellent couch multiplayer […]

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Mega Man is one of the industry’s top-tier icons, the kind of character that’s still adored decades after their debut and whose popularity can endure insufferably long periods of no new releases. Thanks to numerous re-releases of the earliest games, even the youngest generation of […]

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Octopath Traveler

If you own a Switch and are a fan of the JRPG genre, Square-Enix’s Octopath Traveler has likely been a point of excitement for you from the moment it was initially shown. The first trailer stunned many with its gorgeous visuals, but there was still […]

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First released for the Wii U in 2015, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a fantastic little spin-off game from the much-loved Super Mario 3D World. It’s a challenging but charming puzzle-platformer where players must guide Captain Toad and his adventure buddy Toadette through chapters of […]

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LEGO The Incredibles

With over twenty titles across all sorts of home and portable consoles over the last fourteen years, it’s fair to say Travellers Tales has got the LEGO formula pretty much down by now. You don’t exactly go into one of these games expecting groundbreaking innovation […]

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