Category: Game Reviews

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Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV is the latest instalment in a 30 year series by Square Enix, it is one of the most popular and successful JRPG (Japanese Role Playing Game) but has largely lost its...

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The Last Guardian

Playstation exclusives are always, if nothing else, beautiful eye candy. It’s like Sony insists over everything else that their exclusive games showcase the machines graphical prowess. Now I knew from the trailer that The...

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Steep

Steep promised to be an open world extreme sports adventure, but really it’s not. I had imagined a game where you would be flown to any point you chose on a mountain range, and...

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Watch Dogs 2

I really enjoyed the original Watch Dogs, so I was quite excited at the prospect of playing Watch Dogs 2, because, you know, games generally get better. Watch Dogs 2 however takes better to...

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Titanfall 2

One of Titanfall’s biggest gripes when it landed back in 2014 was it’s lack of single player campaign. The on-line only game seemed to have lost some depth by ignoring a storyline to set...

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Battlefield 1

You know Battlefield 1 is going to be a different kind of game when the first thing it tells you in the lead up to the opening mission is that you are going to...

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Civilization VI

I’ve never really played Civilization. Sure, there was that version on the XBox 360 that became a games with gold free game, but I only looked at it once and wrote it off as...

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Clockwork

Clockwork is a platform puzzler created by Australian game developer Gamesoft in Sydney. It follows the story of a mechanical boy named Atto, who along with his treasured pocket watch, travels around the city...

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Gears of War 4

As with Microsoft’s other exclusive Halo, Gears of War has also had to make a transition onto a new developer and I’m happy to say it’s been a smooth one. Gears of War 4...