FORTNITE REVIEW: “CONTINUED TO EVOLVE AND FIGHT TO BE ONE OF THE BEST BATTLE ROYALE GAMES”

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Since late 2017, Fortnite has quickly grown to be the most popular game in the world. Despite competition from the likes of PUBG, and more recently Apex Legends, Fortnite’s still reaching highs of 10.7 million concurrent players during its unique live events, and with over 200 million registered players as of November last year, Fortnite is undoubtedly unbeatable [….]

CAPTAIN MARVEL REVIEW: “MORE THAN LIVES UP TO THE BRAND NAME AND WEARS IT WITH PRIDE”

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As Marvel’s eponymous hero, this Cap was always going to be of huge significance to the franchise. The mysterious hero that Nick Fury called on during Avengers: Infinity War’s credits sting, her long-awaited standalone film is the penultimate Phase 3 instalment before the epochal Avengers 4: Endgame. It also can’t be ignored that this is the first [….]

CRACKDOWN 3 REVIEW: “INSANE MIND BLOWING CHAOTIC FUN BUT ALSO A CASE OF WASTED POTENTIAL”

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Not much has changed in Crackdown town. The game drops me into the shoes of an agent brimming with potential who is tasked with tearing through a corporate controlled city to restore order. The only verbs with which I can interact with the world involve firing rocket launcher shells into crowds of nameless people or [….]

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown review

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Flying high since ‘95, Ace Combat 7 presents a spruced-up goose. Aerial combat games can be split down the middle, more or less, according to which half of the ’90s they hark back to. Is it an ode to Afterburner, all effortless loops and rolls? Or is it the kind of rigorous flight sim which [….]

DARKSIDERS 3 REVIEW

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When you fight small groups of demons as the nimble Fury (who’s one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse), Darksiders 3 feels special. She’s agile and responsive when you tell her to dodge, and she swings her weapons in flashy arcs of elemental magic that send sparks dancing from enemy to enemy. It all [….]

BUMBLEBEE REVIEW: “BIG YELLOW GUY GOT A FRESH, BREEZY FRANCHISE REINVENTION”

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When Hailee Steinfeld’s Charlie Watson finds Bumblebee in this Transformers prequel, the Autobot needs some loving care. Metaphor? You might as well spray it all over old yeller’s VW bonnet. After five nu-metal farragoes of decreasing appeal from Michael Bay, director Travis Knight and writer Christina Hodson (Unforgettable) face an uphill struggle: how do you [….]

The Crew 2 review: “A breezy summer getaway that, like all good road trips, is best enjoyed with friends”

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As much as Willie Nelson likes to sing about them, road trips aren’t always the perfect getaway. Driving along the open road, sharing precious moments with friends, and taking in the landscape as your favourite tune blares through the radio; these parts are pure bliss. But there’s also the standstill traffic, the lack of any [….]

Detroit: Become Human Review: “A Glorious And Amazingly Executed Piece Of Story”

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Detroit: Become Human made me cry a little. Pretty sure that’s a first for a video game. This alone makes it a unique experience, and one I’d enthusiastically recommend to anyone with a PS4 and an interest in single-player games. Ok, it’s unlikely every plot line in the game will resonate on such a deep [….]

State Of Decay 2 – Review

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They make surviving the zombie apocalypse look so easy in The Walking Dead. Kill the reanimated corpses, look after (most of) the living, scavenge for food, and don’t piss off that fella with the baseball bat. Rick Grimes might look a little grumpy every now and again, but he’s practically living on cloud nine compared to [….]