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Dreams Review: Hang ten, Dream Surfers

After a long period of early access, Media Molecule’s latest creation, Dreams, is now available as a full-fledged retail release. As Stevivor’s been saying...

Snack World The Dungeon Crawl – Gold Review

The full title of Level-5’s Snack World, its latest property to receive a western release, really says it all. A name like Snack World...

Darksiders Genesis Review: Strife is here to save the day

Darksiders Genesis is the fourth title in the Darksiders franchise, and one that’s seemingly been designed as a course correction after the abysmal offering...

Zombie Army 4 Review: What’s dead may never die

What do you get when you cross the gameplay and mechanics of the Sniper Elite series with the favourite enemy of gamers everywhere? Zombie...

Journey to the Savage Planet Review: Time to explore!

Journey to the Savage Planet is the first title from Typhoon Studios, a developer formed and guided by Aussie Alex Hutchinson, a man with...

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Review: Goku’s friends are his legacy

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot finally delivers the console experience I always wanted playing The Legacy of Goku series on Game Boy Advance. It retreads a...

AO Tennis 2 Review: Be open to anything

AO Tennis was a mess when it first launched back in January 2018, something that was fixed up -- eventually -- by developer Big Ant....

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI Review

I'm a long-time fan of the Civilization franchise, so please don't take this as an insult: I've lovingly followed a franchise that's mostly stayed...

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Review: The Force is strong with...

It’s been too long since we last learnt to use the force in a galaxy far, far away. Since gaining the rights shortly after...

Need for Speed Heat Review: Greatness on the Horizon

Need for Speed Heat is now available in early access via Origin Access Premier and via a 10-hour EA Access trial on Xbox One; at...

Red Dead Redemption 2 Review: Riding into the sunset

At around 70 hours into Red Dead Redemption 2, I’m riding my horse through the Cumberland Forest as the wind begins to pick up...

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Review

Another Olympics, another thinly veiled tie-in. This year's latest Summer Olympics offering is Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, exclusive to...

Death Stranding Review: Dead on arrival

Kojima Productions’ Hideo Kojima has asserted he’s created an entirely new genre known as “social strand system” for his first post-Konami title, Death Stranding....

Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz HD Review: Better off Wii

Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz was first released to the Wii in 2006, a new take on the established franchise that was applauded for...

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Review: Gooigi’s a lot like Mogwai

Move over Ghostbusters The Video Game Remastered -- there's a new (old) poltergeist hunter in town and his name is Luigi Mario! Well, that's of course...

Afterparty Review: Line ’em up

Night School Studio's Oxenfree was a sleeper hit, one that you either stumbled upon and told friends about or similarly discovered at the behest...

MediEvil Review: A blast from the past

The last year or two has seen a number of former greats return to the fold, especially from the PlayStation console’s storied history. Crash...

The Outer Worlds Review: Obsidian does it again

Obsidian knows how to do RPGs -- arguably better than powerhouses like Bethesda Game studios; in fact, many regard Obsidian's Fallout New Vegas as...

Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 Review: Better than ever?

The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 will soon be available for purchase, and ahead of release, Stevivor was given the opportunity put one...

Overwatch Review: Feel the healing beat!

Update: Overwatch is available on Nintendo Switch, and like most ports to the handheld-home hybrid, is much better on its original platforms. In docked mode things...