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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 25th May, 2016
The level of Warhammer-specific detail that has been translated into Total War mechanics is remarkable, ranging from the way in which different types of units compact each other to the way it’s incredibly risky and costly to venture too far into Vampire or Chaos territory. Perhaps the biggest takeaway from Total War: Warhammer is the feeling that, when you’re playing the campaign, you’ll want to experience all the conflict and Chaos from each perspective.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 24th May, 2016
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is an enjoyable romp, but it’s essentially an interactive movie with very little player-choice over what any of that interaction is. It’s almost like Naughty Dog are throwing in their credentials to just become the next Pixar...
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Battleborn Review (Score: 7.8/10)
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 10th May, 2016
Marketed as the new game “from the creators of Borderlands” the similarities can be found pretty much right away, from the stylised visuals to the comic and over-the-top dialogue and characters peppered throughout its campaign.
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Dark Souls 3 Review (Score: 9.5/10)
PC
Review by Joaby @ 4th April, 2016
Even without the benefit of anything utterly alien to the dedicated Dark Souls player, Dark Souls III can still incite terror, because they use what you already know against you. Curse frogs aren't that big a deal. But what if seven of them attack you in a narrow corridor just after you triggered a mimic? Your best option is probably to just homeward bone and then return so you can trigger each enemy in an orderly fashion, but in a panicked state you won't make that move...
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Quantum Break Review (Score: 8.9/10)
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 1st April, 2016
More TV, a little more game, a longer and more carefully handled ending and a challenge boost would have forced my hand to 10/10, easily. But it’s just not all there. Still an amazing experience though, if time travel is your bag...
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 1st April, 2016
The StarCraft story continues with Nova Covert Ops, a new set of missions where players take control of Nova as she investigates the mysterious Defenders of Man...
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The Division Review (Score: 8.7/10)
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 22nd March, 2016
In the world of The Division, a virus has wiped out most of New York City and the streets are a post-apocalyptic mix of survivors, looters, criminals, and the remnants of a failed government. The complete collapse of society and the fall of one of the world’s most iconic cities to a mysterious viral outbreak is an evocative setting for a piece of realistic fiction, and one rarely seen in the world of videogames.
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Far Cry Primal Review (Score: 8.8/10)
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 9th March, 2016
Which brings us to the key point: is it worth the price of admission? Absolutely. As previously mentioned, it’s a complete, standalone experience and breaks the mold enough that, despite having many familiar gameplay traits, is still a new adventure. Takkar is far and away a better lead than any of the previous games’ heroes, and Primal’s villains are bitterly awesome...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 24th February, 2016
The Following, gives us a new traversal tool on top of what we already have that fundamentally changes your approach to said open-world, while maintaining the pillars of the vanilla game. It’s a feat that should not be overlooked and speaks to the love of the IP Techland has. Dying Light was bloody brilliant, but The Following is near bloody perfect...
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XCOM 2 Review (Score: 10.0/10)
PC
Review by Barry @ 18th February, 2016
20 years of alien brainwashing on earth's inhabitants has seen the XCOM project go from humanity’s last hope to being some sort of terrorist style organisation...
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Unravel Review (Score: 8.0/10)
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 10th February, 2016
That being said, fans of great visuals, physics-based puzzles and cute characters can overlook the game’s ‘basis’ and jump in and enjoy a game that truly delivers in its core elements.
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Darkest Dungeon Review (Score: 9.0/10)
PC
Review by Barry @ 4th February, 2016
Visually Darkest Dungeon looks gorgeous, Hand drawn gothic character models are lovingly animated while the backgrounds are meticulously detailed. Simple attack and defence animations stop the game from feeling static and it all melds together resulting in a simple, yet distinct and unique portrayal of a cursed land engulfed in darkness...
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Just Cause 3 Review (Score: 8.5/10)
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 5th December, 2015
There’s a lot more to love about Just Cause 3 than there is to dislike. Weapons combat is relatively simple outside of explosive devices (and the sniper rifle), but enemies are often dispatched in a satisfactory and fast manner. It’s frenetic without the need for being precise, and you’ll often find yourself wielding magical weapons with unlimited ballistic ammo and an unbelievable ability to heal that puts Master Chief to shame, which we know was a decision made to keep the game fun...
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Rainbow Six Siege Review (Score: 8.6/10)
PC
Review by Joaby @ 2nd December, 2015
I could see myself playing a lot of Rainbow Six Siege. A lot of it. For it to be successful, it will need players and it will need proper, consistent support from Ubisoft. The team at Ubi has already made some solid commitments to the future of the game -- maps will always be free, Operators will be purchasable through both in-game currency and real world money and the only thing locked behind micro-transactions are cosmetics...
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 18th November, 2015
In the end, Legacy of the Void will be remembered for a number of reasons. First, as the final chapter in the StarCraft story that began 17 years ago. Second, as a satisfying conclusion to the StarCraft II trilogy. One that includes some of the best single-player missions in the series.
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