Crackdown 3

Crackdown 3 is finally here, to the surprise of many. It’s a game that had been in development hell for so long that I honestly thought it would never arrive. But it has! And it’s […]

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Metro Exodus

The first two Metro games, based on a novel series of the same name, don’t receive the widespread recognition I feel they deserve. While both titles reviewed relatively well for their time, it’s rarely mentioned […]

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Resident Evil 2

It’s disorienting to think that the last high profile survival horror game was The Evil Within 2, which came out almost a year and a half ago. The steady decline of the genre’s prevalence since […]

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Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2

There was a time where the merest hint of 40K would rile my jimmies harder than a Commissar at an Aeldari Bar Mitzvah. I can still remember the fragrant, air-conditioned musk of the Carillon GW […]

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Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

I probably have no right to review this game. I’m a colourblind, math-failing, long-haired, scruffy ranga pseudo-hippie with anger issues and pretensions of loquaciousness. Joining the Air Force wasn’t even an option for me as […]

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Onimusha: Warlords

Given that it was almost twenty years ago, it’s easy to forget that there was a solid four year period during which Capcom absolutely dominated the Hack ’n’ Slash market. Between 2001 and 2005, the […]

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Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

As an enthusiast of JRPGs, you’d be forgiven for assuming that I would be an enthusiastic fan of Bandai Namco’s renowned “Tales of” series, sitting amongst the ranks of long-running series with disconnected games such […]

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YIIK: A Postmodern RPG

There was a strange golden age for JRPGs in the ‘90s. Titles like Final Fantasy, Wild Arms and Earthbound warped the minds of my generation into optimistic weirdos with strong opinions on turn-based combat. Now […]

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Just Cause 4

At its heart, the Just Cause franchise is all about creative destruction. Typically, players have access to interesting gadgets for fighting and locomotion, a hapless enemy, and an interactive environment ripe for exploitation. The result […]

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Katamari Damacy Reroll

Reroll’s release on Switch and PC might represent something like closure for long-term onlookers of the Katamari series frustrated by its limited availability. The original Katamari Damacy was released on PlayStation 2 in 2004 – […]

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