There’s definite substance below the shiny neon ‘80s surface.
Crossing Souls Review - Capturing the Feel of 80s Spielberg
The expansion to Civilization VI is available now, and it's a definite return to form. Our full review!
Civilization VI: Rise and Fall - A Golden Age for Simulation
We journey deep into the forest in search of monsters. To hunt. And to find the right ingredients for a kick-ass stew.
Monster Hunter World Reviewed!
Ubisoft hasn't given up on their epic origins opus yet. Or on its main character, Bayek, as we explore in this review of the first major DLC for the game.
Assassin's Creed Origins: The Hidden Ones Review!
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 23rd November, 2017
For those looking on the smaller end of the display size spectrum we can recommend you check out the Sony X80E for its great overall game performance.
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Review by Hogfather @ 21st November, 2017
For the MS-121 reviewed, it failed to perform reliably as a functional keyboard and the innovative hybrid switching felt great but performed poorly.
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Review by pikamus @ 21st November, 2017
Portable Skyrim, the reason some us bought into the whole Switch concept to begin with. And with so much content, it's perfect for making even a long commute feel like a breeze.
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Sonic Forces Review (Score: 6.0/10)
XBOXONE
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 20th November, 2017
Sonic Forces isn’t a bad game, nor the worst Sonic title in years. In fact, it’s quite fun and keeps up the series tradition of bringing a sense of speed to the forefront.
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 17th November, 2017
It’s hard to fault the Razer Cynosa Chroma, it offers exceptional value for money and proves that yes great non-mechanical gaming keyboards still exist.
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Review by nachosjustice @ 14th November, 2017
Star Wars Battlefront II proves to be more Attack of the Clones than Empire Strikes Back: a sequel that fixes some of the sins of its predecessor, but repeats mistakes, and adds in whole new problems.
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DOOM Review (Score: 8.5/10)
SWITCH
Review by pikamus @ 13th November, 2017
Even after all this time, DOOM is still a blast to play through. Portable single-player and Arcade Mode alone make it worth it for any Switch owner.
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 10th November, 2017
There’s plenty of good to be found, but Payback doesn’t seem all that interested in rewarding and promoting that side of the game. And in the end, delivers open-world racing that confuses and confounds moments after it surprises and delights.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 7th November, 2017
Arguably, Assassin’s Creed Origins is the best entry in the series yet, but more than that it also represents a massive boost in design and artistic vision from a developer and a series that, for better or worse, has often fallen into its own repetitive design traps...
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Review by paulfarrelly @ 3rd November, 2017
Yes, it’s another Call of Duty, but it’s a Call of Duty by a rock-solid team who care about quality and stamping themselves as a premier Triple-A developer in a very crowded space. Another great Holiday release to add to your (likely) growing pile...
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 3rd November, 2017
Just in time for the holiday season comes a new graphics card from Nvidia, the GeForce GTX 170 Ti. Which sees improvements made over the base GeForce GTX 1070 model to bridge the gap, performance-wise, between the more affordable 1070 series and the premium GeForce GTX 1080 line.
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Review by AdrianHaas @ 2nd November, 2017
The physics in Spintires: Mudrunner are outstanding. Your truck bounces enthusiastically over rocks and ruts, slews and invariably rolls down the sides of gullys convincingly.
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 30th October, 2017
Wolfenstein II is packed full of great and memorable moments, not only in the story it tells but also the combat it presents.
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Review by KostaAndreadis @ 26th October, 2017
Super Mario Odyssey isn’t just the best platformer to come around in years, it’s also one of the most essential releases of the year. Period. A showcase for Nintendo’s development talent and Mario as an iconic character that can still deliver surprising and transformative experiences even after all these years.
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 26th October, 2017
There’s plenty here to love, but you will need patience and you will need resolve, because the orcs and their player-defined society is a thing of, as I said earlier, unnatural beauty, it’s just a shame the rest of the game suffers in their expanded development wake...
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