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  • Shadow of the Colossus

    Shadow of the Colossus Review

    Colossus could have, after all, been quite easily thrown into the PS Now library with every other PS3 game. It could have been just another PSN digital download available on the store. Instead, it’s rightfully been remastered, much in the same way that a classic painting is restored, all...
  • EA Sports UFC 3 review

    EA Sports UFC 3 Review

    MMA and the UFC have always been a difficult subject for EA. They passed up the chance to use the UFC licence in the mid-2000s, but when THQ acquired it, and made a success of UFC: Undisputed, EA suddenly got very interested in the world of mixed martial arts....
  • The Inpatient PSVR

    The Inpatient PSVR Review

    For those that never played Until Dawn, it was an interactive movie in the old-fashioned sense, not in terms of shonky FMV video but the fact that you had very little control over the action of your character and the only important decisions were made when the game literally...
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 REVIEW

    LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 REVIEW

    There seem to be endless LEGO video games nowadays. And they all seem to follow a very formulaic structure, basic puzzle-based action games with a bit of fighting and re-building to move on to the next area. Then a boss fight. Well, nothing has changed in this latest instalment...
  • star wars battlefront 2

    Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Review

    The original 2015 releases’ fantastic 40-player online gun battles are back, with new and improved multiplayer maps across the entire Star Wars back catalogue of films. So expect laser gun fights across the lush planet of Naboo, the more recent movies’ icy Starkiller Base and other notable film landmarks...
  • Need for Speed Payback

    Need for Speed Payback REVIEW

    Set in the gambler’s paradise of Fortune Valley, players can drive as three different characters: Tyler, the racer, Mac, the showman, and Jess, the wheelman, each with their own distinct driving style. The main story sees them go up against The House, a nefarious cartel that runs the city’s...
  • Middle Earth: Shadow of War

    Middle Earth: Shadow of War Review

    The magnificent universe of Middle Earth is back. What’s more, in Shadow of War, a spin-off of 2014’s observed Shadow of Mordor computer game, we have a completely acknowledged PC diversion variant of that bonkers dream arrive. This amusement is tremendous, route greater than its forerunner in scope and...
  • COD WW2

    Call of Duty: WW2 Review – Going Back To My Roots

    Call of Duty: WW2, for the first time in a long time, looks to the past for its inspiration this year. So we have a single-player campaign set in recognisable events from the Second World War. And a multiplayer that ditches all the fancy future tech and double jumping...
  • Assassin's Creed Origins

    Assassin’s Creed Origins Review

    It’s been a long time since we last appreciated an Assassin’s Creed game. and that break from the yearly cycle a year ago has done this arrangement the ton of good. This time were in Egypt. And it’s billed as the dawn of the Creed, where over the course...