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    Red Dead Redemption 2 review – Brokehorse Mountain

    2,000+ words on the biggest game of the year - there is so much to love in Red Dead Redemption 2 but it's flawed. Some concessions to the 'cinema' of the game hurt its playability and the posse of characters aren't that relatable, likeable or memorable.

    Forza Horizon 4 review – To Horizons Old and New

    Forza Horizon 4 lacks direction and structure as the game wears on. With nothing standing out as special, players are mostly invited to make their own fun rather than the curated journey that Forza Horizon has traditionally offered in between 6km powerslides. A pretty map with plenty to see can only keep a player for so long before they will be wondering 'what's next?'.

    Red Faction Guerrilla: Re-MARS-tered review – Destroyed by a Poor Bash:Crash...

    A still-impressive engine and the freedom to destroy are worth a few hours of your time. But a combination of innate repetition and the distracting technical issues undermine the foundation of a lost classic, bringing it crashing down.

    Reggie’s Love Affair with: The Legend of Zelda Series

    At the tender age of twelve, a smaller but still bearded Reggie stepped into Hyrule for the first time. Nearly two decades later and TLoZ series is still making him fall in love with it all over again. Here's Reggie's Love Affair with... The Legend of Zelda

    The History of FPS: From Gibs to Grenades

    The term “First Person Shooter” Is now a household phrase linked to big franchises such as “Call of Duty”, “Battlefield” and “Halo”. The FPS...

    God of War review – Take Your Child to War Day

    God of War is one of the best games this writer has had the pleasure of playing in years….maybe ever. Almost every aspect of this game is nearly perfect, and the other aspects are perfect.

    Far Cry 5 review – Wildlands Does North America

    Fans of the series will appreciate the familiarities and bask in the new direction. Lapsed fans have many good reasons to come back and those who are new to the series are probably experiencing the series at its very best

    Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered review: Landlubber No More

    Assassin's Creed Rogue's place as a non-essential story undermines it a little bit but it still spins a good yarn and adds something to the series'. The remaster is technically competent- it looks and runs great. However the controls feels unrefined and very 'last-gen'.

    Sea of ​​Thieves Review – It’s a Pirates Life for Me!

    Sea of Thieves is a colourful pirate adventure where you go loot with friends and compete against other players. I played the release version with a few loyal shipmates to find out if the game is only a short-term comedy affair or if we can expect a long-term playable experience.

    Assassin’s Creed Origins – The Curse of the Pharaohs Review

    With The Hidden Ones, Ubisoft has already delivered a decent expansion for Assassin's Creed Origins and hopes to repeat that trick with The Curse...