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Skull & Bones Preview: Sea of thieving ships

Ten minutes with Skull & Bones is all you need to realise it’s an entirely different beast than Sea of Thieves. Sure, the two titles...

For Honor Marching Fire Preview: From E3 2018

For Honor Marching Fire heads to PC and consoles in October, and Stevivor was given the opportunity to check it out far ahead of launch...

Spider-Man PS4 Preview: From E3 2018

It’s been the closing game at Sony’s E3 conference for the last two years, but at E3 2018 we finally got the chance to...

Trials Rising Preview: Better with a friend (or foe)

The best part of Trials Rising is easily the new tandem bike. Sure, Rising looks to have returned the franchise back to its roots, with challenging jumps demanding an...

Starlink Battle for Atlas Preview: From E3 2018

I wasn’t prepared to like Starlink: Battle for Atlas as much as I did. All I really knew of Ubisoft Toronto’s title is that it...

Rage 2 Preview: Unexpected, but welcome

It’s probably a game that not a lot of people ever expected would get a sequel. But here we are with Rage 2. While...

The Crew 2 Preview: Refuelling the engine

When The Crew was released in 2014, critics almost universally labelled it as an average, hollow, racing game that had trouble keeping up with...

Detroit: Become Human Preview: Choose your own android

Over the last fifteen years David Cage and his team at Quantic Dream have been creating story-driven, interactive video games. At their best we’ve...

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Preview

Getting hands on with the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection made me appreciate just how many fond Street Fighter memories I have. Longingly cheering...

God of War Preview: Kratos and Son

From the second you start God of War, you’re thrown into a mystery. As an embattled, bearded Kratos stares at a nearby tree, you...

Assassin’s Creed Origins “Curse of the Pharaohs” DLC Preview: Experience the afterlife

The next expansion for Assassin’s Creed: Origins; “The Curse of the Pharaohs”, may bring plenty of the supernatural to ancient Egypt, but when I...

AO Tennis Preview: No need for Hawk-Eye

AO Tennis was only confirmed on 5 December, but we don’t have long to wait to play – it heads to Xbox One and...

Far Cry 5 Preview: Co-op mayhem

I’m not a good buddy. Or boss. Whichever relationship best describes your Far Cry 5 companion -- either AI or co-op partner -- I’m...

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Preview: Tidus, is that you?

After just six hours with Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – and never played any other titles in the Xeno – franchise, I’m hooked. In fact,...

PAX Rising: The cream of the indie crop from PAX AUS

The indie scene, due to its very nature, is like panning for a tiny golden nugget in the Pacific Ocean. There’s so much out...

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Preview: These aren’t the droids you’re looking for

One of the major criticisms of 2015’s Star Wars Battlefront was that it didn’t have a single-player campaign. This year, Star Wars Battlefront 2 is...

Assassin’s Creed Origins Preview: Back to basics

The Assassin’s Creed series is back after taking a much needed hiatus last year following the release of 2015’s Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate. Although the...

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Preview: Setting the tone

While DOOM is about fast-paced fragging with demons, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is about high-intensity shooting with Nazis occupying America AND with a...

The Evil Within 2 Preview: Laughing in the face of Resident Evil 7

Intentional or not, the second chapter of The Evil Within 2 reads like a massive dig on Resident Evil 7, the latest in a...

Super Mario Odyssey Preview: Waggling all the way to the Moon

Stevivor's had a second round with Super Mario Odyssey, shedding the uncanny valley of New Donk City for stylised gameplay that looks more like...

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