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Wolfenstein Youngblood Review: You’re better going it alone

Wolfenstein Youngblood is out now, the product of a pairing between Wolfenstein's MachineGames and Dishonored's Arkane. While the combination of these two elite studios might seem...

Fire Emblem Three Houses Review: Horny for combat

It may have been 11 years since Radiant Dawn on the Wii, but the Fire Emblem series has finally found its way on to...

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Review: Style without depth

After a ten year franchise absense, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order looks set to capitalise off the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe....

Sea of Solitude Review: Just you and the monsters

Sea of Solitude is the latest indie title to come from the EA Originals line, developed by Jo-Mei, a team of twelve based in Germany....

Super Mario Maker 2 Review: Let’s a go build a castle!

The Wii U was actually a decent console but hardly any of us got that memo; as a result, Nintendo's been forced to essentially...

The Sinking City Review: Heed the call of Cthulhu

Frogwares returns with yet another detective game, this time outside of the Sherlock Holmes franchise it's known for. Instead, we're treated to a Lovecraftian...

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Review: Off to the races

Activision is once again banking on nostalgia, this time remastering Naughty Dog's Crash Team Racing as Nitro-Fueled. Featuring modern day character designs, fancy graphics...

Cricket 19 Review: Big play on the global stage

After three summers primarily targeting Australians, Big Ant Studios is back with a full cricket offering that promotes England to the top of the...

Layers of Fear 2 Review: Preparing for its role

Bloober Team knew just how to market its first title directly to me: before knowing what Layers of Fear was, I received random documents in my...

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...

Darkwood Review: Things that go bump in the night

Darkwood is now available on consoles, a top-down, 2D survival horror title that's been playable through Steam Early Access since 2017. While you mightn't have...

Team Sonic Racing Review: Chaos poorly controlled

It’s been a while since I last indulged in a kart racing game, so the arrival of Team Sonic Racing was a nice surprise....

Rage 2 Review: Amazing combat, bland open world

Rage 2 is available today and Stevivor has spent a short few hours delving into its open world insanity. With both myself and Ben...

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered Review: Back to basics

Stay with me here: Sniper Elite V2 Remastered is an upgraded version of 2012’s Sniper Elite V2, itself a reboot of the original 2005’s...

BoxBoy and BoxGirl Review: Two times the fun

Thank goodness I didn't have to dig out my 3DS from storage... BoxBoy is back, and this time he's hit the big time on Switch...

Days Gone Review: Dead on arrival

There's no denying that Sony has smashed it out of the park when it comes to first-party releases in this generation. Starting with Infamous:...

Mortal Kombat 11 Review: RNGesus enters the fight

NetherRealm has doubled down on digitised gore for Mortal Kombat 11, the latest in its long-running fighting franchise. I'm saddened to say that it...

The Grand Tour Game Review: And on that bombshell, it’s time to end

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May spend the best part of their year travelling to exotic locations with their mates, in supercars commoners...

Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy Review: No objections here

Want to feel old? We're nearly ready to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the original Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney. Ahead of that milestone, Capcom's decided...

Borderlands Game of the Year Edition Review: I’m dancing!

Whether you love Destiny, The Division or even Anthem, you really have Borderlands to thank for the good ol' looter shooter. On the eve of more news on...