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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...

Cricket 19 Review: Big play on the global stage

After three summers primarily targeting Australians, Big Ant Studios is back with a full cricket offering that promotes England to the top of the...

Layers of Fear 2 Review: Preparing for its role

Bloober Team knew just how to market its first title directly to me: before knowing what Layers of Fear was, I received random documents in my...

Observation Review: I’m sorry Emma, I’m afraid I can’t do that.

I was intrigued by Observation the very first time I’d heard of it. Detailed at Sony’s first State of Play event, the sci-fi thriller...

Darkwood Review: Things that go bump in the night

Darkwood is now available on consoles, a top-down, 2D survival horror title that's been playable through Steam Early Access since 2017. While you mightn't have...

Team Sonic Racing Review: Chaos poorly controlled

It’s been a while since I last indulged in a kart racing game, so the arrival of Team Sonic Racing was a nice surprise....

Rage 2 Review: Amazing combat, bland open world

Rage 2 is available today and Stevivor has spent a short few hours delving into its open world insanity. With both myself and Ben...

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered Review: Back to basics

Stay with me here: Sniper Elite V2 Remastered is an upgraded version of 2012’s Sniper Elite V2, itself a reboot of the original 2005’s...

BoxBoy and BoxGirl Review: Two times the fun

Thank goodness I didn't have to dig out my 3DS from storage... BoxBoy is back, and this time he's hit the big time on Switch...

Days Gone Review: The long road to nowhere

There's no denying that Sony has smashed it out of the park when it comes to first-party releases in this generation. Starting with Infamous:...

Mortal Kombat 11 Review: RNGesus enters the fight

NetherRealm has doubled down on digitised gore for Mortal Kombat 11, the latest in its long-running fighting franchise. I'm saddened to say that it...

The Grand Tour Game Review: And on that bombshell, it’s time...

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May spend the best part of their year travelling to exotic locations with their mates, in supercars commoners...