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Cyberpunk 2077 E3 2019 Preview: Here’s Johnny

My head is still spinning after 50 minutes of Cyberpunk 2077 at E3 2019. There’s so much to take in from CD Projekt Red’s...

Dying Light 2 E3 2019 Preview: Run for your life

Dying Light 2 feels a lot like Mirror's Edge, only with terrifying zombies and a greater purpose to parkour yourself at high speed around...

The Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening E3 2019 Preview

It’s a good thing Nintendo slotted The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening into its 2019 line-up. Had it been slated for 2018, it’s exactly...

Call of Duty Modern Warfare E3 2019 Preview

It’s fantastic to see Infinity Ward return to form with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Ghosts was the product of a development team unsure...

The Dark Pictures Man of Medan E3 2019 Preview: Your choice

The Dark Pictures Man of Medan is one of those rare games that not only stuck with me, but continued to grow long after...

Control E3 2019 Preview: Just another day at the Bureau

“Health doesn’t automatically regenerate, so you need to pick up the orbs dropped by enemies,” is all we were told before going hands-on with...

Project xCloud E3 2019 Preview: The future of handheld gaming

Nintendo has owned the handheld market for decades with the Game Boy, DS and Switch. PlayStation provided a point of difference with the PSP...

Luigi’s Mansion 3 E3 2019 Preview: The Year of Gooigi

2019 is a fantastic year for the Nintendo Switch. It’s missing the showstopper, the Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey or Super Smash...

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order E3 2019 Preview: Unleash the Force

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order feels amazing to play. Not only was the extended hands-on demo at E3 considerably more impressive than what was...

Roller Champions E3 2019 Preview: Skates-on

Roller Champions is rolling with a good idea at the moment. Matches are short, the objective is clear, and it only takes one practice...

Watch Dogs Legion E3 2019 Preview: Hands-on as Helen

Watch Dogs Legion has five storylines and no protagonist. It has an active open world but no NPCs, because all characters are playable. Not...

Wolfenstein Youngblood E3 2019 Preview: Kill Nazis with a friend

I had played through Wolfenstein: The New Order and was part way through its sequel, The New Colossus, ahead of going hands-on with the...

Ghost Recon Breakpoint E3 2019 Preview

Headshots count in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. After spending so much time unleashing at bullet sponges in looter shooters, it’s encouraging to take...

Doom Eternal E3 2019 Preview: I’m hooked

When 2016's Doom was released it was without doubt a surprise smash hit. In the lead up to release, many were apprehensive due to...

Borderlands 3 Preview: Ain’t no rest for the wicked

Loot shooters like Destiny, The Division and Anthem have been filling a void while we’ve all waited patiently for news about a new Borderlands game....

The Elder Scrolls Online Elsweyr Preview: Here be dragons

In just a few short months, Zenimax Online Studios will launch the newest chapter for The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr. Zenimax is promising big...

Days Gone Preview: Forced to the open road

My recent afternoon with Days Gone was split down the middle thanks to an interview with Sony Bend's Emmanuel Roth and literally served me...

The Division 2 Preview: A glimpse at the private beta

The Division was one of those games that I spent dozens of hours playing the first week it was released. But then when I...

Rage 2 Preview: Exploring the post-post-apocalyptic world

I’ve had the opportunity to play Rage 2 a few times over the past 8 months at various events. It was always the same...

Far Cry New Dawn Preview: The opportunity to right a wrong

To those disappointed by the ending of Far Cry 5, Far Cry New Dawn is a chance at redemption. Literally. Picking up years after the...

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