Need for Speed Payback

The Need for Speed series has gone in different directions over the last decade or so. The Underground series from the early 2000s embraced street racing and import culture. The Shift series took the series […]

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Super Lucky’s Tale

One of the first things I did in Super Lucky’s Tale was swipe a group of frogs off a cliff. I came across them after having just learned in quick tutorial style what Lucky the […]

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Call of Duty: WWII

I’ll say it here and now, I thought Advanced Warfare was pretty neat. It showed that fledgeling studio Sledgehammer Games not only had the gumption, but the skill to breathe some life into a stagnating […]

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ELEX

Many people will say that the future is now, but they have no idea how wrong they are. We still don’t have security bots for the streets or prosthetic tentacles in our sheets, and until […]

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Sonic Forces

An atrocious 25th Anniversary of the Blue Blur last year saw the announcement of two brand new Sonic games: the first of which was intended to be a revival of Classic Sonic and the other […]

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Wolfenstein has always been one of those old reliable series that you can count on to deliver a satisfying romp that embellishes on history a bit without deviating from the standard shooter genre too much. […]

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WRC 7

WRC 7 is the third officially licensed WRC rally game developed by Kylotonn and published by Bigben Interactive. So far this collaboration has panned out well for the series with Kylotonn’s previous effort, WRC 6, […]

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War

As an avid Tolkienite, I often find myself lost in the lands of Middle-earth, be it in the books, the movies or the games. I was a big fan of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and […]

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WWE 2K18

I can’t correctly describe the odd phenomenon that is professional wrestling without writing an entirely separate piece by itself. It’s so vastly different to almost any other fandom that exists, in that within the real […]

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole

The Stick of Truth was a shockingly good game. It didn’t just emulate South Park’s wittily juvenile comedy and construction paper aesthetic and slap them on an RPG, it genuinely felt like an interactive season […]

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