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Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Review

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze has been re-released by Nintendo, this time appearing on the powerhouse Nintendo Switch. If you missed the title on Wii...

TT Isle of Man Review: Ride on the Edge

It’s incredible what can change within 48 hours. If you asked me what the bravest form of motorsport was two days ago, the answer...

Casey Powell Lacrosse 18 Review: Take to the field

After a two-year hiatus (and a delayed launch) Casey Powell Lacrosse 18 has finally emerged as the latest in Big Ant's sporting franchise. The...

God of War Review: Flawed and fun, just like Kratos

God of War on PS4 presents a kind, gentle Kratos. Taking the franchise into a new era,  the Ghost of Sparta finds himself in...

The Pillars of the Earth Review: Of God and Kings

I first read Ken Follett’s cathedral building epic The Pillars of the Earth to get out of a month learning about medieval England in...

Far Cry 5 Review: God, guns and goons, welcome to Hope County

Far Cry 5 continues Ubisoft Montreal’s surprising revitalisation of strong franchises that had lost the element of surprise. Like last year’s Assassin’s Creed: Origins,...

Sea of Thieves Review: The ocean is deep, the game is not

Have you ever been told exactly what you were going to get and still ended up disappointed? This sums up my experience with Sea...

A Way Out Review: Convicts – A Tale of Two Escapees

A Way Out may not be what you expect. Despite a dark and gritty, prison-centric skin, this is still a game from Brothers: A Tale of...

Assassin’s Creed Origins’ Curse of the Pharaohs DLC Review

Assassin's Creed Origins is back with its latest -- and perhaps last -- bit of substantial DLC in the form of "Curse of the Pharaohs",...

Surviving Mars Review: Surviving your own mistakes

Surviving Mars is just that, a city-building simulator set on Mars that tasks you to simply survive. It’s more difficult than it sounds. Developed by...

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Review: Reigning Cats & Dogs

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is an instant classic that can do it all. It's a beautiful action RPG, settlement builder and strategy...

Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered Review: Pirates once more

While gamers on Xbox One and PS4 were treated to a new, multiplayer experience in the form of Assassin's Creed: Unity back in 2014, Ubisoft Sofia...

Assassin’s Creed Origins’ Discovery Tour Review: Play this now

Free content is usually take it or leave it, but let me assure you: Assassin's Creed Origins' recent Discovery Tour add-on is a must-play. I know, I...

Yakuza 6 Review: Crime Dad, now with added dad

The Yakuza series is one I have only become familiar with – and a fan of – through reviewing its recent releases. At its...

Kirby Star Allies Review: Friendship is boring

HAL Laboratory's latest, Kirby Star Allies, is decidedly aimed at children and that is a real shame. At it's heart, Star Allies is more saccharine than anything Disney has...

Razer Seiren Elite Review: Flashy features, demure package

Arriving at my doorstep recently was a package from Razer, a new gizmo for me to test out in my infinite wisdom as a...

Burnout Paradise Remastered Review: Take me down

As the opening strains of “Paradise City” rush over you, so too should the sense of speed and nostalgia that’s inherently connected to 2008’s...

Bravo Team Review: Out of sights

Supermassive Games has proven it knows how to do a VR shooter. Its last entry, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, was plenty of fun,...

Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Review: Once more!

The original Age of Empires is an RTS classic, first released to the wild in 1997. A number of years have passed... and scarily, I almost...

Fe Review: Singing your way to confusion

Fe is the second in EA’s quasi-indie EA Originals label, following in the footsteps of the delightful Unravel. Fe also happens to be the...

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