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Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition Review

Ori and the Blind Forest was one of those exclusive Xbox One titles used to really sell the system – and it worked, at...

Sniper Elite 3 Review: Now on Switch

Sniper Elite 3 is everything that Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes wasn’t. It’s not as pretty-looking, but it is a game with vast, open world...

WRC 8 Review: Time to get dirt-y, again

There was one question that stood out in the first email I received about WRC 8 prior to its release. It asked, quite simply,...

Plantronics RIG 700HD Review: A decent wireless headset

Plantronics is back again with the latest in its RIG headset series, the 700HD. A PC product, I primarily tested the headset on Xbox...

The Surge 2 Review: To slice another day

A Dark Souls clone. I saw this label a lot when The Surge was released in 2017, and I don’t think that’s a fair...

The Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening Review: The amiibo toy story

Playing The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening in 2019, especially in the wake of Breath of the Wild, is like unexpectedly awaking in your...

NHL 20 Review: Polish in place of Frostbite (and we’ll take it!)

I've been reviewing EA's NHL series yearly since 2010's NHL 11 -- and yes, you can still read each and every one if you'd like --...

Gears 5 Review: Two steps forward, one step back

I've had more exposure to Gears 5 in the past two weeks than I'd ever have thought possible, with an eight-hour day in Vancouver taking...

Catherine Full Body Review: Engage Safety Mode

Catherine Full Body is a enhanced version of 2011's Catherine, a social interaction and puzzler with elements of the horrific. It's unique enough to...

MXGP 2019 Review: Once more round the track

MXGP 2019 is available now, much to the delight of my 10-year-old nephew Finn. While I've dabbled with entries in the MXGP and Monster Supercross series, that kid...

Man of Medan Review: Dark pictures for movie night

The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan is hoping to ride the coattails of Supermassive Games’ gripping interactive horror Until Dawn. It's the long awaited spiritual...

Control Review: Remedy’s altering worlds

Alan Wake remains one of my favourite games to this day, a bizarre tale of the supernatural developed by Remedy Entertainment that opened my...

Astral Chain Review: Big sparkle destiny, tiny officer’s salary

The latest love child of PlatinumGames, proud parents of Bayonetta, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and NieR: Automata, Astral Chain brings us another exciting blend...

Wolfenstein Youngblood Review: You’re better going it alone

Wolfenstein Youngblood is out now, the product of a pairing between Wolfenstein's MachineGames and Dishonored's Arkane. While the combination of these two elite studios might seem...

Fire Emblem Three Houses Review: Horny for combat

It may have been 11 years since Radiant Dawn on the Wii, but the Fire Emblem series has finally found its way on to...

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Review: Style without depth

After a ten year franchise absense, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order looks set to capitalise off the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe....

Sea of Solitude Review: Just you and the monsters

Sea of Solitude is the latest indie title to come from the EA Originals line, developed by Jo-Mei, a team of twelve based in Germany....

Super Mario Maker 2 Review: Let’s a go build a castle!

The Wii U was actually a decent console but hardly any of us got that memo; as a result, Nintendo's been forced to essentially...

The Sinking City Review: Heed the call of Cthulhu

Frogwares returns with yet another detective game, this time outside of the Sherlock Holmes franchise it's known for. Instead, we're treated to a Lovecraftian...

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Review: Off to the races

Activision is once again banking on nostalgia, this time remastering Naughty Dog's Crash Team Racing as Nitro-Fueled. Featuring modern day character designs, fancy graphics...