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An easy recommendation for fighting fans.
Frontier Developments' Jurassic World Evolution is your childhood dream come true.
Even the deepest pool can be dived into with the right preparations, proves Nobunaga's Ambition.
Stick with Pong.
Arcade racer or competitive hero experience? Onrush commits to both in a rather tepid manner.
Vampyr is a captivating and memorable experience.
Every choice matters.
One of the greatest games ever made is now playable on modern systems. That, honestly, is enough.
The core of the games is still fine- it's just, it's surrounded by so many design choices that now seem archai...
A few bright spots adorn Undead Labs' clunky open world zombie survival title.
The harmony of demonic intensity.
Not exactly a leisurely walk through the desert, but still a thrilling one.
Overall, Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia is still a great strategy title
This Nintendo Switch re-release is the perfect opportunity to play (or replay) one of the best platformers of ...
Bungie continues its run of lacklustre storylines and recycled missions/enemies in overpriced DLC.
What was old is new again.
A charming, flawed, and crazy addition to the PlayLink library.
Obsidian's latest tale of souls is entertaining, moody and full of depth for any RPG fan.
Also, giant insects.