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An immersive and exciting VR game with dodgy tracking and no replay value.
The game is inspired by arena fighting classics such as League of Legends, DOTA, and would appeal to most MOBA players, as well as newcomers.
A promising start that soon disappoints.
Solistice Chronicles: MIA is a survival twin stick shooter that feels a little like a hybrid of Doom and Diablo.
Square Enix hasn’t forgotten about this PS1 Era gem, and neither have it’s fans, for good reason. Well deserving of it’s eventual remake and spin off title.
Microtransactions have detracted from the real issue with Battlefront II: too much tinkering
Sonic Forces brings a new character to the Sonic team to help save the world from the evil as ever, Dr. Eggman.
Racing fans will lap up its sharp driving gameplay, but for those looking for a cut above the rest, this isn’t it.
With its realistic physics and puzzle solving gameplay it’s elevated to a much more exciting game than just driving from point A to point B.
Destiny 2 after one month became 2017’s best selling game, but has it lived up to the hype?
The sequel to Shadow of Mordor is violent, harrowing and great fun!
FIFA 18 sees a definite improvement from its predecessor and it’s the little details that improve the game’s overall experience both on and off the pitch.
The latest entry in the Lego universe delivers what you would expect from the series with some new features, but is let down by a confusing story.