An interactive movie that tries to tell a relevant tale of near-future Britain but is marred by characters that lack credibility and a story free from dramatic tension.
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The definitive version of one of the best Japanese role-playing games ever made, even if it's easy to see the joins with some of the story additions.
The source material already had its problems, but this disappointing remake manages to make Resident Evil 3 seem even less inspired than it did originally.
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A great game for novice fighting game players, with some interestingly unique ideas, but the bland fantasy world and lack of playable characters lessen its impact.
An incredible technical achievement but one that is surprisingly short of genuinely new ideas, and often struggles to get the balance right between VR showpiece and satisfying gameplay experience.
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An unfairly neglected part of the Doom canon is given the remaster it most certainly deserves, in what is one of the most welcome retro remasters of recent years.
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