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Mario Kart Live Home Circuit Review: Unique and magical

Mario Kart Live Home Circuit is a clever combination of real-world tech and Nintendo Switch software that provides a unique and magical experience.

NHL 21 Review: Recognise greatness

NHL 21 is a tight little package -- years in the making -- but that's because EA Vancouver is doing everything it can to refine a polished hockey game year-on-year.

FIFA 21 Review: For the career journeymen

FIFA leaves the Xbox One and PS4 in a pretty good place — and with some extra pace — in 2020/21, still with plenty of scope to go from good to great next-generation, as Career mode finally has its moment in the spotlight in FIFA 21.

Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time Review: A welcome sequel

Crash Bandicoot 4 It's About Time is a highly enjoyable platformer that not only returns our favourite marsupial back to his roots but offers some modern, iterative gameplay too.

Mafia Definitive Edition Review: A remake we can’t refuse

Mafia presents as a modern game but feels like an older one, and it's the perfect combination of old meets new.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars Review: Come for Galaxy, stay for the...

Super Mario 3D All-Stars heads to Nintendo Switch this week, continuing the fine tradition of Nintendo bundling old Mario classics in a neat little...

Avengers Review: A single-player game ruined by GaaS elements

Avengers is out now in early access, and Stevivor will continually update this review in progress as we work through each section of the game. 2...

WRC 9 Review: Time for some dirty fun

Rally games have been hit and miss over the past couple of years. By that, I mean I’d regularly lose control on the course,...

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Review: Hero’s in a...

The original Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater title was released 21 years ago, so there will be plenty of people out there who have no...

Lenovo Legion Tower 5i Review: Premium pre-built performance

I know enough about computers to be dangerous, but not enough to want to build my own rig. I luckily happened to delve into...

Control AWE Review: Storytelling worthy of Alan Wake

In 2010 Remedy Entertainment had the tough task of releasing its supernatural thriller title Alan Wake during the same week that Rockstar Games decided...

Tell Me Why Review: A masterclass in narrative & representation

When DONTNOD and Microsoft took to the X019 stage last year to announced they'd worked with GLAAD to provide an authentic transgender experience for...

No Straight Roads Review: A tad out of tune

No Straight Roads is now available, a decidedly unique rhythm-infused beat 'em up that pits the forces of rock and roll against the evils...

Project Cars 3 Review: Missed the apex

The Project CARS series began with a simple goal: combine community input with that of professional racing drivers to create a racing simulator to...

PGA Tour 2K21 Review: Fancy another round?

PGA Tour 2K21 is the latest from HB Studios, the Canadian-based developer known for The Golf Club. Dropping its former moniker (from its formal...

Battletoads Review: A blemish on Zitz, Pimple and Rash

I'm old, you guys. I remember blowing into my Battletoads NES cartridge so it would actually turn on in the early 90s, then barely...

Microsoft Flight Simulator Review: A welcome escape

I am very well aware that Microsoft Flight Simulator is meant to be just that: a flight simulator. In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic though,...

Surface Book 3 (13.5″ and 15″) Review: Hello, (new) old friend

I'm a fortunate guy, coincidentally buying a tricked-out gaming rig just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic. What felt like an overindulgence at the same...

Horizon Zero Dawn Review: A decent copycat

Guerrilla Games ends up doing a lot of heavy lifting for Sony's newest consoles. Killzone: Shadow Fall led a launch effort for the PS4, and...