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Inside Review: Limbo Evolved

Seeing as how Playdead's newest is a timed Microsoft exclusive, it would have been perfect to name it Limbo: Puzzles Evolved rather than Inside. Those...

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Review: Take me back

Ah, Crash Bandicoot. You whipper snappers mightn’t know this -- the poor l’il guy’s been whored out to mindless sequels and Skylanders more than...

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Donkey Kong Adventure Review

The excellent Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle returns with new DLC in the form of Donkey Kong Adventure, a ten hour jaunt heavily inspired by Donkey Kong Country. Retaining...

Jurassic World Evolution Review: Needs more evolution

Movie tie-ins. Love ‘em or hate ‘em (and you really should hate them), they’re designed with a primary purpose in mind: to get franchise...

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit Review: Required playing

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is now available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 and frankly, you've no reason not to play...

Mario Tennis Aces Review: C’mon!

It’s great to see Mario back on the court in some solid form, and channeling an uncanny Lleyton Hewitt “c’mon”. I’ve come to accept...

Onrush Review: Too cool for school

We’re living in strange times these days. Imagine a shooter where your kills didn’t determine the winner, or an RPG where there was no...

Netgear Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR500 Router Review

I felt like Batman as I screwed the final antenna into the Netgear Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR500 router and powered it up, a series...

Agony Review: Abandon all hope (of this being playable)

Agony has piqued the interest of many gamers, an R18+ classified title here in Australia that is making waves over themes involving “gore, brutal...

Moonlighter Review: Delve deep and get rich

It was E3 last year when I first saw Moonlighter, tucked away in a tiny little booth in the concourse hall away from the...

Detroit Become Human Review: Begin interrogation

You aren’t just a story, are you Detroit? You are a game, and the most game you offer is choices, or the illusion of choice. Your interactivity is largely meaningless, fights and chases play out with QTE button pressing...

State of Decay 2 Review: Fight to survive

Undead Labs’ State of Decay was a curious thing, a janky, bug-riddled work that nonetheless offered a rewarding gameplay loop that chose to focus...

Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition Review: Zelda Warriors

Update: Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition on Switch is the third release of the game, following a 3DS port in 2016 and the original Wii U release...

Laser League Review: All it needs is a lightcycle

Laser League has been built upon a simple premise that provides tons of fun. Developed by Roll7, the studio behind Not a Hero and OlliOlli, Laser League presents itself as an...

Destiny 2 Warmind Review: Have we learned anything?

Bungie promised big things for Destiny 2's newest DLC, Warmind, and has only partially delivered. Par for the course, really. It's no secret that Destiny 2 has been struggling. Balancing...

Razer Mamba & Firefly Hyperflux Review

Remember back when mice had balls? Remember the bi-monthly clean out of the buildup of dust and dirt from those internal wheels? When the...

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...

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