It’s not uncommon for sequels not to live up to the hype established by their predecessors, but State of Decay 2 comes in below even those expectations. Both the design and the way it plays are so similar to the first game that it feels […]

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Extrinction Review

For a full-priced game, this is just impossible to recommend. Iron Galaxy has co-developed and ported many games, but it also made Divekick, and that game was plenty of fun. Buy that instead, for everyone’s sake.

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There’s no doubt that Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is a great addition to the current library of games on the Switch. Not only is it an excellent Donkey Kong game, it’s an exceptional platformer in its own right. For returning players, it’s well worth […]

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If you haven’t had the pleasure of playing Dragon’s Crown before, Dragon’s Crown Pro is the best way to experience the game. Not only is it visually stunning, but it boasts an addictive gameplay loop mixed with strong character progression that makes it almost impossible […]

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Five years after its initial launch, Warframe has slowly but surely transformed into the perfect game. It’s hard to fault, especially given it’s a free-to-play title that so successfully subverts the negative stigma that comes with that model. Not only is it free with a […]

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God of War Review

God of War is an exceptional game that modernises an antiquated formula while carrying forward and expanding upon the conventions that gave [...]

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Yakuza 6 Review

Ultimately, Yakuza 6 is a confident, self-assured game. Despite some of its technical issues and simplified combat mechanics, there is no other game [...]

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For the most part, Frostpunk is exactly what I hoped it would be, and more besides. It’s an aesthetically realised addictive management game, and it cleverly pulls in disparate gameplay elements to craft a feeling of isolated, desperate warmth against the crippling cold. I like […]

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For fans of the Battletech IP, this game is a no-brainer. For everyone else, it’s still worth a go but not the best game out there. While the core gameplay is fun enough, the difficulty of entry can be off-putting until you wrap your head […]

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There’s a good chance that you’ve already played A Way out and thought the ending didn’t connect. Maybe it’s because you thought Leo or Vincent could have just shot each other in the leg instead, or perhaps Vincent’s letter was introduced way too late for […]

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