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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Creative Director Responds To Xbox Series X Gameplay Reveal. New footage of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla premiered during the Xbox Series X event this week, but some fans were hoping to see more. Creative director Ashraf Ismail has now responded to the reaction, saying he…
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Death Stranding

Death Stranding

In Death Stranding, your character Sam carries a small baby in an orange bottle strapped to his chest. It stays with him at all times. The child, called a BB, is essentially a tool: it alerts Sam to ghostly apparitions called…
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Metro Exodus

Metro Exodus

It turns out that what makes Metro – a series named and known for its dark, subterranean survival-horror atmosphere – work was never really dependent on being underground at all. The third game, Metro Exodus, successfully brings its lengthy single-player campaign to the…
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Days Gone

Days Gone

Days gone kicks off relatively simply: you play as a biker riding through an open-world zombie post-apocalypse, seeking answers around his dead wife and smashing enemy faces in with crunchy, weighty melee weaponts. Sometimes, there are spectacular hordes of them.…
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Persona 5 Royal

Persona 5 Royal Review – Hearts Of Gold

In the three years since Persona 5‘s original release, I’ve thought about it almost every day. Its lavish style gracefully captures its spirit of rebellion and breathes life into its dynamic combat system. The evocative, banging soundtrack perfectly encapsulates the emotion of…
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Minecraft Dungeons

Minecraft Dungeons

I am hopelessly in love with Mojang’s passion project, Minecraft Dungeons. After several hours in the fairly limited closed beta, I simply can’t put it down. It takes everything you love about Minecraft’s world, with enchanting music, whimsical humor, and…
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Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy 7 Remake

Since our time with Final Fantasy 7 Remake at Gamescom 2019, we’ve had a few more hours with the game at a hands-on event. Not only did we get to play the opening of the game, as detailed below, but…
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Mario Maker 2

Mario Maker 2

It’s hard to decide where to begin when talking about all the things I love about Super Mario Maker 2. It does nearly everything better than its already excellent predecessor, introducing some incredible new ideas, level styles, building items, and…
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pokemon sword and shield

Pokemon Sword & Shield Review

With each new Pokemon game comes a new set of Pokemon, mechanics, and a region to discover, and Sword and Shield are no exception. The vibrant Galar region is a consistent delight to explore, incentivizing and rewarding collecting and battling in equal…
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Overcooked 2

Overcooked 2

In many ways, playing Overcooked 2 is like returning to a favourite restaurant after a long absence and ordering what you always used to have. The comfort of familiar, nourishing food is hugely enjoyable, of course, but it’s the sense…
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nioh 2

Nioh 2

Nioh 2 is even tougher than the original, and you’ll get on its level or happily die trying. Nioh 2 is not to be trifled with. Building on the original’s tough-as-nails reputation, Team Ninja’s second samurai action-RPG brings back the original’s…
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Splatoon 2

Splatoon 2

It feels as if the paint had just begun to dry on Splatoon after its release on the Wii U in 2015 when Nintendo applied a fresh coat and relaunched it with Splatoon 2 on the Switch. That may be why this…
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Rocket league

Rocket League

Whether it’s online casual or ranked matches, no-pressure exhibitions, split-screen local co-op with up to four players, or an intense 36-week season mode, Rocket League is all about getting into the next throttle-pounding match as fast as possible. Unfortunately, servers…
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