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DiRT 5 Xbox Series X Impressions

Racing games have long been the clear and easy benchmark for a next generation console. From Forza Motorsport to Driveclub, the relatively enclosed spaces needed for tracks and real-world point of reference have made racing gam...
 
 
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Ori and the Will of the Wisps Xbox Series X Impressions

I’ve been a fan of the Ori IP ever since I saw the trailer for the first game. I’ve bought the original game four times now (the original release, the upgrade to the definitive edition, a physical copy and now the Nintendo Swit...
 

 
 
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Xbox Series X Backwards Compatibility Impressions

In a generation where backwards compatibility initially took a backseat, it was wonderful to see Xbox’s dedication to bringing it back with a vengeance. Simply getting past generation’s games to run on Xbox One wasn’t enough, w...
 
 
 
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Borderlands 3: Designer’s Cut DLC Review

When 2K announced a second season of Borderlands 3 DLC content, we didn’t know what to expect. The first year brought three unique stories to the game with the last being Psycho Krieg and the Fantastic Fustercluck, so to be per...
 

 
 
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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Xbox Series X Impressions

It was only relatively recently that I was introduced to and played a Yakuza game for the first time. In fact, that first experience was my review of Yakuza Kiwami, a fantastic remake of the first game in the franchise. Now, th...
 
 
 
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The Elder Scrolls Online: Markarth Review

After a somewhat shaky launch with the Crown Store breaking for a few hours, we dived in to Markarth, the final chapter of the year-long Dark Heart of Skyrim story which included the addition of several new dungeons, as well as...
 

 
 
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Forza Horizon 4 Xbox Series X Impressions

Over the course of the last generation, Playground Games have cemented themselves as the current champions of racing games. After starting off by showcasing America, they have taken us through their own versions of Italy, Austr...
 
 
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Gears 5 Xbox Series X Impressions

When I reviewed Gears 5 last year, I spoke of a game that was incredible to look at but faced the odd hitch that brought it down slightly. It was a visual experience that has stuck with me since, while also playing the game on ...
 

 
 
 
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The Touryst Xbox Series X Review – A Charming Journey

You may have heard of Shin’en Multimedia before. Known for their ability to create visually stunning games within the constraints of Nintendo hardware, they made a name for themselves with games like Nano Assault and Fast Racin...
 
 
 
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Xbox Series X Review – An Evolution, Rather Than A Revolution

The start of a new console generation is one of the most exciting times to be a gamer. Console technology takes a massive leap forward, leading to experiences and graphical fidelity that weren’t possible on a console before. Pl...
 

 
 
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NBA 2K21 – The City Revealed For PS5 and Xbox Series X|S

Next-gen starts in under a week now, and 2K Games has been gradually revealing details on what players can expect from NBA 2K21 on next-gen platforms (For current-gen gamers, check out our review here). Earlier in the week we h...
 
 
 
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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Xbox One X Review

You have to hand it to Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio at Sega – they aren’t afraid to experiment. Over the past two decades, the Yakuza series has become a runaway success and one of Sega’s biggest franchises, built on ...
 

 
 
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Twin Mirror PC Hands-On Preview – An Intriguing Beginning

Between Life is Strange 1 & 2 and Tell Me Why, DONTNOD Entertainment have shown that they’re master of the narrative adventure. While they’ve also released games in other genres, like Remember Me and Vampyr, Narrative Adven...
 
 
 
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DiRT 5 Xbox One X Review

DiRT 5 has raced its way onto Rocket Chainsaw’s Xbox One X and is taking us on a trip across the globe from China to New York to Greece and beyond in the most diverse DiRT yet. With an exciting new career including severa...
 

 
 
 
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The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope Xbox One X Review

Supermassive Games has quickly become one of my favourite developers of the last few years. Coming off the back of several smaller and lesser known titles, they introduced themselves as masters of campy horror with Until Dawn, ...
 
 
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Little Nightmares II PC Hands-On Preview

When we reviewed Little Nightmares back in 2017 we described it as a game that was full of atmosphere and interesting ideas that didn’t quite follow through. Poor controls, a lack of reward for exploration and few actual scares...
 

 
 
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Overcooked! All You Can Eat Is A PS5 Launch Title

When Overcooked! All You Can Eat was announced earlier this year it was given a generic 2020 release date, with no further indication on when we could expect it. Now, with just over a week to go until launch, Team 17 and Ghost ...
 
 
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DiRT 5 Launch Trailer Races Onto Screens

It’s almost time for the DiRT 5 launch and so today Codemasters has released the official DiRT 5 Launch Trailer showing you how you’ll shred tires, wreck suspension and lose a panel or two as you race around the wor...