Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life marks the end of a chapter in Sega’s storied franchise. First released in Japan in late 2016, Western audiences have had to wait almost 18 months for the 6th […]

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Frostpunk

Survival games have been all up in the mid-list zeitgeist of late, as have games set in places of debilitating cold. It is perhaps outside the scope of this review to speculate why these things […]

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BattleTech

Everyone has their take on what a BattleTech game should be. Those of us who dream of being in the seat of a three-storey walking disaster zone believes the Mechwarrior series to be the perfect […]

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Sea of Thieves

In what surely won’t be the last time in my illustrious pirate career, I once again find myself governor of a random little spit of sand and palms as my sad ship tips and slips […]

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Far Cry 5

Far Cry games have long followed an established formula: throw the player into a distinct setting, include a charismatic antagonist, and populate the area with lots of fun activities to do. This has served the […]

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Metal Gear Survive

Metal Gear Survive was a game sent wandering into a minefield. It could’ve been anywhere from horrendous to wonderful and still been received as a vile perversion either way. And that’s exactly what’s happened. I […]

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Chuchel

Chuchel is a children’s cartoon dressed up as a point and click adventure. Scene after scene, the player helps a ball of hair and their rodent-like rival get back their beloved cherry, only for it […]

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I have an unreserved love for Final Fantasy despite, and perhaps even because of its flaws. It truly adds to the experience to learn about Final Fantasy XV’s troubled development and how Hajime Tabata and […]

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A Way Out

When Josef Fares gave his legendary rant at last year’s Game Awards, I knew I had to play A Way Out. I was already interested to see what the guy behind Brothers: A Tale of […]

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Kirby Star Allies

My first Kirby experience was Kirby’s Pinball Land on Gameboy back in the mid-90s, and as I only ever had three games for that system, it got played a tonne. I didn’t necessarily enjoy it […]

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