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Another step forward for a historically struggling series.
Daemon X Machina is a surprisingly engaging game with a lot more going on than initially meets the eye.
Fans of the series will enjoy The Two Colonels, even though it's a largely forgettable piece of content.
Excellent improvements to gameplay are overshadowed by a microtransactions hell.
This year’s iteration brings the new but won’t let go of the old.
PES 2020 is strong on the pitch, but falls short everywhere else.
It's dangerous to go alone.
In the absence of genre giants, GreedFall is the game western RPG fans have been waiting for.
An evolution simulator that takes too much time to work.
The tale of a bad man and a good boy.
This rally racer hits the mark on the important stuff.
Challenging, enveloping and packed to the brim with new content - Iceborne more than delivers on its promises.
Gears of War returns with renewed vigour to reclaim its place among the biggest names in the gaming industry.
There’s a little something for everyone in this fascinating action game.
Holeshot? Not quite.
This adventure is a lesson in how not to make a game.
From its engaging gameplay to the surreal and engrossing story, Control represents Remedy at their absolute be...