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Review – Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle simply should not work. Especially not as well as it does. But it does, it does work well and...

Review – Matterfall

I was pretty hyped for a new title from Housemarque. I have really enjoyed previous titles, from classics like Super Star Dust and The...

Review – The Infectious Madness of Dr Dekker

First of all, full disclosure; I am a massive fan of point and click adventure games and the old-school text based adventure games. I’ve...

Review – Splatoon 2

Splatoon 2 is Nintendo’s latest must-have for the Switch. Announced during the Switch’s reveal event, Splatoon 2 was one of the most anticipated titles...

Review – LawBreakers

I’ve written a couple of posts about LawBreakers already – check out my preview and beta impressions, if you’re interested – so it took me some time to gather...

Review – Yakuza Kiwami

Of all the HD remakes and remasters to have cascaded our way in the last few years, Yakuza Kiwami is the last one I...

Review – Valkyria Revolution

Valkyria Revolution is the newest addition to the Valkyria series. Although not directly part of Valkyria Chronicles, it's more of a spin-off. It still uses the same...

Review – Dirt 4

With this year's game releases showing more racing titles, Dirt 4 is one of the first off the line. Although there have been other...

Review – ARMS

At times, ARMS is as good as Nintendo at its best. At others, it's frustratingly average. ARMS is a fighting game and unashamedly a fighting game, albeit...

Review – WipEout: Omega Collection

The WipEout series is synonymous with PlayStation. The first game in the franchise was a launch title for the original PSX. It's futuristic setting and EDM...