Tom Clancy’s The Division Review | Survival of the fittest

Having spent over two weeks in The Division, I’ve come to the realisation that I would be terrible in the wake of a biological attack. For starters, I would be handing over all of my provisions in the hopes of being the height of fashion. Then there’s the fact I would be chasing any and […]

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Fallout 4 Video Review

The words “highly anticipated” get used a lot in our industry, but when it came to Fallout 4 their use was more than justified. Its official unveiling back in June stormed (and arguably won) this year’s E3, and the hype train didn’t slow down in the weeks to its release, ending with wearable PipBoys and […]

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Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns Review

If I had to describe Heart of Thorns in one word, it would be ‘humongous.’ Even after two weeks in the Maguuma Jungle I still haven’t traversed all of the new multi-layered zones, which in turn means I haven’t unlocked all of the masteries or taken part in all of the different events. Of course, […]

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The Jackbox Party Pack 2 Review | Assorted party merriment

If there’s one thing Jackbox Games know how to do, it’s create a fun night in. The critically acclaimed You Don’t Know Jack series has continued to gain popularity since its first release back in 1995, but last year the team produced the Jackbox Party Pack. Containing a selection of four party games, including YDKJ […]

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The Park Review | Psycho Thriller

It’s a fact I’ve stated time and time again, but Funcom’s MMORPG The Secret World has some of the best world building of any game I’ve played. Each of the zones is filled with lore that details of the Lovecraft-inspired dangers that roam the lands, and the tragedies caused by them. It’s because of this […]

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Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Review | Ubisoft’s redemption?

Much like with the series itself, to understand the present we must first look to the past. In this case, we need to briefly revisit the mess that was Assassin’s Creed: Unity. There were many flaws with that game, undoing anything of worth being able to shine, and the end result was the worst game […]

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Destiny: The Taken King Review | Bungie’s royal pardon

As much as I liked Destiny, even I agreed with many others over its issues during the first year of its life. A lack of open-world live events, the ridiculous way the Light levelling system worked, and a poorly implemented storyline meant that, unless you had a group of friends who were happy to repeat […]

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review

Despite the fact Ground Zeroes gave us a vertical slice of what would be on offer, I wasn’t really prepared for what The Phantom Pain ended up delivering. The scale of the game – be it the size of its maps, the scope of the gameplay, and the challenges available – overtakes anything we’ve previously […]

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