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January 17, 2019

I guess what it comes down to with Ace Combat 7 is what you are after in your flight games. If you want to tweak dials, adjust for wind resistance and make the perfect landing, this isn’t the game for you. If, however you want to take on an entire army while dodging lightning bolts, shooting missiles and doing barrel rolls then you should head to the store and slap your hard-earned cash down right now.

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A or higher - Bury me, my Love
January 15, 2019

An incredibly raw and powerful experience only held back by an occasional lack of player agency. Bury Me, My Love is an experience that shouldn't be skipped

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December 18, 2018

Override: Mech City Brawl is a game that unfortunately does not live up to what was promised in the trailers. A shallow game that will struggle to keep your interest once you have completed the disappointing storyline.

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A or higher - GRIS
December 13, 2018

Gris is a beautiful swirling world of watercolour, ink, grief and hope. Its puzzles and exploration leave you feeling accomplished but toothless moments of danger can dampen some achievements.

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December 4, 2018

neither the RPG or combat components are individually as strong as the games it is so clearly inspired by, but together they combine to create a wonderfully unique experience that takes both genres in new directions. Add to this some wonderful stealth mechanics and a sound and visual design second to none and Mutant Year Zero has easily climbed its way into my top games of the year.

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Unscored - Big Bash Boom
November 30, 2018

In all, Big Bash Boom feels like a noble first effort in the arcade genre for Big Ant. Issues with graphics and a lack of game modes are pretty well countered by some solid gameplay and a nice sense of humour.

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November 27, 2018

When examined individually, the titles that make up Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection are a little uneven in terms of depth – the narrative is traded off for visuals and some tracks are more suited to remixing than others. Taken as a whole, however, this is a great package for fans of Persona 4: Dancing All Night who are keen to catch up with the cast of Persona 3 and 5. It's also a great gateway into the rhythm genre for Persona fans who might have skipped P4D and would like to see what all the fuss is about.

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November 19, 2018

11-11: Memories Retold tells a deeply touching human tale of war. Of one man seeking a grand adventure and heroism. Of another man attempting to reunite his fractured family. Of the many who lost their lives serving their respective countries.

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A or higher - Infliction
November 15, 2018

Infliction is tense, terrifying and magnificent; a truly horrifying experience for fans of the genre.

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A or higher - Speed Brawl
November 13, 2018

Speed based fisticuffs so good you wonder why no one else has done it before. An absolute blast and a must buy for fans of Sonic or Final Fight.

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November 12, 2018

Overall it is a great port with a couple of nice little additions for Nintendo fans and has some medium-term appeal for people who want to play in portable mode or with other Nintendo Switch owners. I wouldn’t trade in my current-gen versions of the game, but would definitely buy in order to have one of the best isometric action RPGs on Nintendo’s flagship console.

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November 11, 2018

A cool mechanic and captivating narration isn't enough to lift this from stock to special, but fans of Tom Baker will find additional rewards as they slog through.

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November 7, 2018

This latest Assassin's Creed entry is a enormous AC experience and delivers one of the deepest, most refined experiences in recent years.

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November 6, 2018

Overall My Hero One's Justice is a game that fans of the series will definitely be able to enjoy. While it does have its flaws, at its core is solid and easily accessible fighting game that anyone can pick up and have some fun with.

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November 5, 2018

SoulCalibur VI has this noob seeking out more fighting games to try - something I’d never thought imaginable prior to reviewing this game.

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November 4, 2018

In the space of a year, the Nintendo Switch has set itself up as the premier choice of console for rhythm gamers, with Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun the most polished of the genre on the system and my personal recommendation as the best place for newcomers to start rhythm gaming period.

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November 1, 2018

Gal Metal isn't a game for all rhythm game fans, let alone gamers in general. It does a lot of interesting things in terms of systems and I can't help but admire the level of depth it offers to those willing to learn and practice. This is a game that isn't going to hit the mark for many – however, if it hits for you, it's going to hit hard.

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October 17, 2018

In all NBA 2k Playgrounds 2 lacks some of the simplicity of NBA Jam but more than holds its own with added features, an addictive gameplay loop and a fun, cartoonish presentation style. The microtransactions are the only downer in what is otherwise a stellar bit of arcade fun, one that should be enjoyed by anyone that has regular game nights with friends.

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October 14, 2018

The only way 2K and the WWE will listen is if their poor excuse for a video game doesn’t sell. That way we might finally get the Stone Cold Steve Austin level game we deserve, not the Baron Corbin level game we have been getting.

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A or higher - Wandersong
October 11, 2018

Play Wandersong. You deserve to play such a wonderful game about music, friendship, and how heroism can be found in any good deed - no matter how small.

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