The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Review: Beautiful, Experimental, Flawed
Mar28

The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Review: Beautiful, Experimental, Flawed

Link’s latest outing comes with some of the series biggest revelations. A vast open world environment, an expansion of the series’ RPG systems and an overall structure that may take many Zelda fans by surprise. Breath of the Wild makes a very deliberate effort to be different and in doing so hits many of the series greatest highs, yet unfortunately, this is undermined by some implementations that don’t quite click. ...

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Linelight Review: A Challenging Puzzler Packed with Charm
Mar12

Linelight Review: A Challenging Puzzler Packed with Charm

Linelight returns the puzzle genre to its core gameplay principles, providing challenging and thoughtful gameplay underpinned by simplistic core mechanics, expanded inwards with increasingly complex and diverse rulesets for the player to investigate and understand. Encouraging experimentation and mastery, Linelights focus on its figuring out out its systems proves enticing and rewarding. The core gameplay in Linelight sees the player...

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Gravity Rush 2 Review: Flawed, Creative, Brilliant
Feb22

Gravity Rush 2 Review: Flawed, Creative, Brilliant

Sequel to Vita darling Gravity Rush, or Gravity Daze in Japan, Gravity Rush 2 seeks to take the gravity manipulating super-hero esque gameplay and take it up a notch with the power of the Playstation 4 hardware. In large part, this game delivers on this console experience, it’s a bigger, prettier, and more ambitious game, one that fans of the original will be pleased with, and one which Playstation 4 owners shouldn’t pass...

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Seraph Review: Not Quite Angelic
Jan13

Seraph Review: Not Quite Angelic

Seraph’s gameplay concept is a relatively simple one, it’s a combat focused action platformer where the players focus is placed on evasion and manoeuvrability. By taking away the need to aim at specific targets, the player character is free to duck and weave through a stream of bullets without concern as to where their own are flying. This reduced control affords more complicated level design and enemy attack patterns,...

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Battleborn Review: More than the Sum of its Parts
May18

Battleborn Review: More than the Sum of its Parts

Battleborn isn’t Overwatch, it’s not Team Fortress, and it’s not League of Legends or Borderlands 3 either. With this new first person shooter moba-hybrid, Gearbox’s departure from the Borderlands series creates both a unique and compelling experience, although one that isn’t without its set of limitations. Despite this, Battleborn manages to be one of the most interesting first person shooters on offer in recent years, and one that...

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Trackmania Turbo Review: Arcade Racing at its Purest
Apr04

Trackmania Turbo Review: Arcade Racing at its Purest

Trackmania Turbo’s strictly time-trial orientated style of racing and track building has proven popular in the past, with previous iterations of Trackmania finding success on PC, Wii and even DS. This largely asynchronous style of competitive gameplay shouldn’t be a mistaken for a limitation however, as Trackmania’s emphasis on quick restarts and track mastery allow the experience to push the racing genre to the...

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