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Command & Conquer Remastered Collection Review

I didn't have a PC growing up, so I was a frequent visitor to my friend Ryan's house. He and I would spend hours...

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...

51 Worldwide Games Review: A stellar collection for self-isolating

The timing of 51 Worldwide Games couldn't be better -- in the midst of the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis and the ever-increasing need for self-isolation, it's a...

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition Review: Better handheld

Immediately upon release back on the Wii in 2010, RPG fans knew that Xenoblade Chronicles was something special. The game represented one of the...

Observation Review: I’m sorry Emma, I’m afraid I can’t do that.

I was intrigued by Observation the very first time I’d heard of it. Detailed at Sony’s first State of Play event, the sci-fi thriller...

Maneater Review: All you crazy sharks c’mon jump around

Maneater piqued my interest from the moment I heard about it, and finally getting my hands on it certainly didn’t disappoint. I’ll be honest –...

Minecraft Dungeons Review: Good, but not great

I'm too old to get the appeal of Minecraft proper, even though my young nephew tried to get me across it before he himself...

Gears Tactics Review: A welcome addition to the franchise

It’s hard not to compare Gears Tactics, the franchise's first real-time strategy title to Firaxis’ recent XCOM Chimera Squad – after all, I was...

XCOM Chimera Squad Review: City 31’s saviours

XCOM Chimera Squad is a bit of a surprise, announced this month and available ahead of what I described as "Gears of XCOM": Gears Tactics....

Moving Out Review: A nearly perfect delivery

Moving Out is SMG Studio's latest, a clever and engaging co-op based affair from the Aussie-based makers of Death Squared. In it, you and up to...

AFL Evolution 2 Review: Improved, but doesn’t make the eight

Arriving amidst the chaos of an unprecedented indefinitely suspended AFL season, AFL Evolution 2 suddenly serves a much greater purpose than ever intended —...

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Review: Great… in part.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake was supposed to come out after Resident Evil 3, a second high-profile remake from Capcom in the last few years....

Resident Evil 3 Review: Its own nemesis

The original Resident Evil 3 was a strange one, a project meant as a spin off before Capcom changed course to make it a...

Control Foundation expansion Review: Same same but crystals

After delivering one of the most remarkable games for this generation, Remedy is back with The Foundation, its first expansion for the highly acclaimed...

Bleeding Edge Review Lots of cool?

Bleeding Edge will soon be available on Windows PC (via Steam and Win 10) and Xbox One, part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription...

Doom Eternal Review: Time to rip and tear

The chainsaw giveth, and the chainsaw taketh away. Doom Eternal takes every aspect of 2016's Doom and tries to better it. It’s much faster, far...

Persona 5 Royal Review: Once more with grappling hook

I’ve been enamoured with the Persona series as a result of Persona 4 Golden. The deft mixing of psychology, daily teenage life and darker...

Nioh 2 Review: The golden age of grotesque

Nioh is back and as if the first instalment wasn't gruesome and challenging enough, this time everything is turned up to eleven. With more...

Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review: Masterfully done

Ori and the Will of the Wisps is a game of rare ilk that has me scouring every nook and cranny for all power-ups...

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...