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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 this one

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...

The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine DLC Review

Last week’s The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine expansion is a bittersweet proposition. It’s an amazing expansion to the game – and make no mistake,...

The Witcher 3 Hearts of Stone DLC Review

Having been away from Geralt’s world for a while now, it was surprisingly easy to slip back into his shoes for The Witcher 3:...

The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Review: Onward, Roach!

Update: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is now available on Switch, and is best suited for portable play (especially on a Switch Lite, where the smaller...

John Wick Hex Review: Dangerously strategic

John Wick Hex is the latest from Thomas Was Alone’s Bithell Games, a top-down strategy game that shares quite a lot in common with...

Concrete Genie Review: Gorgeous and thought-provoking

Concrete Genie is an indie game but not, the second title from Sony first-party studio PixelOpus. A follow-up from Entwined, this new release has a lot of...

Destiny 2 Shadowkeep Review: Don’t sleep on the ‘keep

Destiny 2 Shadowkeep opens the fifth year of Destiny with a bang, bringing veterans back to the moon and welcoming new players into the...

Ghostbusters The Video Game Review: Back in the saddle

In case you missed it on Xbox 360 and PS3 the first time around, Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered is now available on Windows...