The Division 2

Live service games can be notoriously difficult to review. These games can drastically change over time, making an initial review potentially inaccurate as time goes by. Despite this, there are some cornerstone aspects which must […]

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Yoshi’s Crafted World

The release of Yoshi’s Crafted World triumphantly heralds the eighth main instalment in the Yoshi franchise to date. Much like its predecessor, Wooly World, Crafted World follows suit with another unique visual theme, this time […]

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Before Sekrio: Shadows Die Twice released to the public, almost two full years had passed since Dark Souls III’s last DLC expansion dropped, marking the end of Dark Souls for the foreseeable future. It’s a […]

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One Piece: World Seeker

One of the principal issues I have with licensed anime games is that a lot of them are either arena fighters or musou brands, such as the Warriors spin-off games. While I’ve completely sworn off […]

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Even now, years after the PSX age, I never struggle to find people willing and able to debate which of that generation’s Final Fantasy releases was the “best.” While I’ve always taken up the fight […]

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Episode Ardyn marks the abrupt end of FFXV’s DLC, with plans of future content for the game being cut short due to the departure of former director Hajime Tabata. That also means that this is […]

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Dirt Rally 2.0

Dirt Rally 2.0 is, as you might expect, the second game in the Dirt Rally series, developed and published by Codemasters and the follow up to 2015’s Dirt Rally. Dirt Rally focuses on rally and […]

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Who is this for? No, seriously, who is this for? Hey, hey, just a sec – who was this made for? ToeJam & Earl: Back In The Groove is one of those games. You know […]

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Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn

While it’s sadly undeniable at this point that the 3DS is reaching the end of its lifecycle with the advent and popularity of the Switch, Nintendo is still lending relevancy to its elder handheld this […]

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The Caligula Effect: Overdose

Of the many things that can cause a blip on a gamer’s radar, hearing about an upcoming release that is comparable to a favourite game of theirs is far in the upper echelons. For example, […]

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