The original Battlefleet Gothic was one of those niche games that fulfilled a very specific task. In the 40K lore, massive space battles are always spoken of in grandiose terms, and BFG tried to catch that spirit in the game. Now, we have Battlefleet Gothic: […]

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Dark Souls III

Dark Souls (2011) was a freak of a game that, despite all logic, was a massive hit. Its success was built on the cult following of FromSoftware’s previous title Demon’s Souls (2009), and its legend cemented by its superb, brutal gameplay. Although there has been […]

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Alienation

Housemarque has certainly made a name for themselves in the twin-stick shooting space. Intense, arcade style fun is rarely executed as exceptionally as Resogun or Super Stardust. Alienation, a co-operative, role-playing alien shooter, doesn’t tarnish that reputation. Instead, it broadens the genre, building on the […]

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Hyrule Warriors Legends

Just a little disclosure before we begin, I am a huge Zelda nerd. The first console I ever owned was a NES, and one of the first games my parents ever bought me was the original Legend of Zelda. As I continued to grow up, […]

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Short, sweet, and a little melancholy, The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human (TAAotLH) is probably one of the shortest games I’ve ever played but will likely be one of the most memorable. Short games aren’t always a bad thing, either; there’s something to be […]

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Pokkén Tournament

Like many others I’m sure, I’ve wanted a game like Pokkén Tournament for a long time, and I’m surprised it’s taken this long for it to happen. A fighting game where you take the role of the Pokemon instead of the trainers? It just seems […]

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Ratchet & Clank

There’s nothing quite like Ratchet & Clank. The diverse, engaging combat, puzzles, and exploration alone separate the duo from the pack, and that’s just the tip of the Omniwrench. Wonderfully wacky weaponry, beautiful alien worlds, charmingly quirky characters, and satisfyingly rewarding RPG elements – there’s […]

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Enter the Gungeon

Reviewer Note: A quick disclaimer before we begin: I am terrible at games in this genre! My definition of ‘difficult’ may be quite different to yours, but I’m pretty sure even the most seasoned players of this genre will run into a wall within the […]

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Bravely Second: End Layer

I think it’s fair to say we each have quirks when it comes to what we enjoy in games—and, in saying that, sometimes these preferences can prevent us from enjoying an otherwise totally well-made game. For some players, it may be an exclusive interest in […]

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Cell Surgeon

Despite what the name may suggest, the Cell Surgeon app is neither a penitentiary medic simulator or an examination of Microsoft Excel protocol. Rather, this new game from InJoy Labs is yet another addition to the ever-growing, extensive catalogue of match-4 games available on portable […]

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