Studio founded by the co-creator of Halo brings an inventive squad shooter twist that doesn't quite hit the mark
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Mojang's famous video game series goes all action-RPG and proves a fine introduction to the world of fantasy looting
In the trying time of Covid-19, it might be a little on the nose to play a video game in which a devastating contagion that has laid waste to a city community.
Older readers may remember the notoriety of the original Doom, one of the forerunners of the first-person shooter that sent players to hell and back, turning demons into kibble at the end of a floating shotgun.
There was a deft magic to Moon Studios debut in 2015.
In the right circumstances, a good title should tell you everything you need to know.
Since time immemorial, the simple pleasures of scurrying through a hostile alien planet has been a trusty go-to for video games;
You may notice that this review of Football Manager 2020 is coming rather late.
There is nothing new or radical here. But as comforting popcorn gaming to indulge in while you wait for your trip to the pictures? Job done.
In the run-up to the release of this confident rework of Call of Duty: