Mega Man 11

Mega Man 11 is an excellent return to form for the Blue Bomber after all these… Wow, really? Mega Man 10 only released in 2010? I say “only” in the full knowledge that eight years […]

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider

Beginning its development back in 2015, Shadow of the Tomb Raider was an uncertain commodity then. Rumours on the internet sparked talk that the series had not been as financially successful as Square Enix had […]

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Marvel’s Spider-Man

Spider-Man makes more sense as a video game protagonist than just about anyone. Any super-powered crime fighter is obviously a suitable fit for an action game, but Spidey’s acrobatic approach to beating up baddies is […]

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Valkyria Chronicles 4

While the original Valkyria Chronicles may be ten years old now, it’s a game that has stuck in the memory of any who played it, and it’s easy to see why with its unique combat, […]

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Hardcore RPGs aren’t a genre you typically find on console anymore. Despite them having a profound impact on the industry during their heyday, they seem to have faded into the background over the years unless […]

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Destiny 2: Forsaken

There’s no denying that Destiny 2’s post-launch support hasn’t been the best. Lacklustre expansions, casualisation, and trying to keep the game in a beginner friendly state led it down a path longtime fans weren’t comfortable […]

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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 […]

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Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

As a long-time fan of JRPGs, the Dragon Quest series has always seemed like something I would immediately take to, as a classic which has defined many elements of the genre. Despite this, I had […]

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Strange Brigade

Rebellion Developments have an excellent niche carved out with their Sniper Elite series. The blend of nimble stealth, nifty tactics, and ludicrous ultraviolence that the series typified also carried over to the unexpectedly brilliant Nazi […]

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Guacamelee! 2

Back in 2013, Metroidvania as a genre wasn’t nearly as commonplace as it is today. Decades beyond Super Metroid and Symphony of The Night, it’d even been ages since any of the little standouts like […]

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