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Power Rangers Battle for the Grid Review: Hot, mobile garbage

Don't fall for the hype: Power Rangers Battle for the Grid is absolutely horrid. A console title made by nWay, the developer of the mobile title Power...

The Division 2 Review: A new and improved agent

Keeping up with our updated review? Why not skip ahead to a new bit? Steve's initial thoughts (14 March) Ben's initial thoughts (14 March) ...

Sekiro Shadows Die Twice Review: You thought Dark Souls was tough?

Over the past decade, FromSoftware has created some of the most spectacular action games that ultimately have changed the way in which we think...

Devil May Cry 5 Review: Excellent combat, dated design

In January Capcom aimed for the skies with the highly anticipated Resident Evil 2 remake. The release paid off; a commercial and critical success, RE2...

Trials Rising Review: Bachelor of Faceplants

Dualshocks and Elites the world over have breathed easy for far too long, the bloodbath of what became known as the Evolution Wars fading...

Anthem Review: A song out of tune

It’s been a long time since Bioware’s Anthem was first announced back at E3 2014. Seemingly a reaction to a certain two other large,...

DiRT Rally 2.0 Review: Corners were made to be cut

It's been a tad over three years since Codemasters released its last fully fledged off-road racer, and in the next week it'll return with DiRT...

Crackdown 3 Review: The Agent should have stayed dead

First announced at E3 in 2014, Crackdown 3 was originally slated to be released two years later. That wasn't to be; since then it...

Far Cry New Dawn Review: Now featuring a smarter doggo

For (almost) every Far Cry game, there’s a spin-off. It’s just expected now.Instincts, way back in 2005, was also a winner with the introduction...

Metro Exodus Review: Well, the weather outside is frightful

Metro Exodus is a game I’ve both looked forward to and completely forgotten. It’s no secret I love a post-apocalyptic world; if it’s an...

Resident Evil 2 Review: A return to survival horror

Resident Evil 2 fans have been shuffling towards a remake, arms outstretched (and likely moaning) for many years now. From the moment Capcom remade...

Ace Combat 7 Skies Unknown Review: Take to the skies

If you were to ask me how I felt about Ace Combat 7 after my first two hours in the cockpit I’d have only...

Travis Strikes Again No More Heroes Review

Suda51 is an interesting character who creates unusual games. In the cases of Killer7, and No More Heroes that's a good thing; with Travis Strikes Again No...

New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe Review: Old game, new price

As the Switch approaches its second birthday, Nintendo is keen to continue its success giving Wii U hits an encore. On the surface, New...

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review: Super smashed it

It’s amazing to think new players are joining Super Smash Bros. for the first time on Switch; good luck figuring it all out. For...

Just Cause 4 Review: A playground missing some kick

It’s the end of the year and Avalanche Studios has once again left a Just Cause game boxed up under the Christmas tree. Rico...

Big Bash Boom Review: Well wide

Big Bash Boom is looking to capitalise on the success of Australia’s premier T20 tournament, and follow Pokemon Let’s Go as a more accessible...

PlayStation Classic Review: Best left in the past

Depending on how you look at it, Sony's either celebrating the original PlayStation's near-25th anniversary with the PlayStation Classic or simply looking to join...

Civilization VI Switch Review: Finding the middle ground

Amongst the Switch’s deluge of ports that have propped up its first eighteen months, Sid Meier’s Civilization VI stands out from the crowd: it’s...

Darksiders 3 Review: Hell hath no Fury like a gamer scorn

I really, really wanted to like Darksiders 3. I didn't. Six long years after the release of THQ's Darksiders II, this sequel has been developed by Gunfire...