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The Making of Karateka Review

Anyone who cares about the rich history of games as an art form needs to play The Making of Karateka. This is a five-hour journey with decades' worth of impactful stories baked into it.

Eastern Exorcist Review

There are some areas for refinement, especially in the polish of the overall package, but the fun of Eastern Exorcist shines above all else.

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Special Edition Review

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Special Edition is a welcome return home for the BlazBlue series on Xbox.

The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition Review

When it comes to playing The Outer Worlds, the Spacer's Choice Edition is not the best choice - the performance is quite frankly shocking.

Hi-Fi RUSH Review

You should play Hi-Fi RUSH.

High On Life Review

Whether High on Life truly works for you or not will come down to your thoughts on Justin Roiland's signature brand of humour.

Pentiment Review

Pentiment is one of the finest games of the generation, one of the finest games on the Xbox... it's one of the finest games Obsidian has ever made.

Grounded Review

Like an ant, punching above its weight is the best way to describe Grounded. In many regards, this is the little game that could.

The Company Man Review

The Company Man shows a lot of promise. There is a strong level design, some gorgeous graphics and a unique premise. However, issues nailing some of the core mechanics of the genre, scattershot satire and a number of notable technical issues hold it back from reaching the top of the corporate ladder.

Roll The Cat Review

Roll the Cat is a very well-made game. The titular cats are adorable, the puzzles are challenging and the art direction is top-notch.

Multiversus Open Beta Early Access Preview

The reason why Smash, and by extension Multiversus, works so well is not only because they are fundamentally strong games but also because it's clear the developers love and care for the properties they are handling.

Bright Memory: Infinite Review

The story is hard to follow but the gameplay more than makes up for its shortcomings. From the solid gunplay to the fun genre mashups, Bright Memory: Infinite is undeniably a fun time.

Is The Movie Theatre the Future of Games Events?

Enter Geoff Keighley and his Summer Game Fest. A month-long celebration of games, Keighley once again hosted a kick-off to the show. However, this year, it came with a little twist. For viewers in select regions of the United States and Canada, the show would be played in IMAX format at local multiplexes.

Batman vs Bugs Bunny – Hands-on with MultiVersus

A game where Batman and Bugs Bunny team up to fight Shaggy and Arya Stark is just such a cool concept. Fingers crossed the final Multiversus product sticks the landing.

Hands-on with the heavy metal music of Metal: Hellsinger

Enter Metal: Hellsinger, a heavy metal musical FPS that takes as much inspiration from the Guitar Heroes of the world as the Dooms and Call of Dutys.

Century: Age of Ashes Review

Century: Age of Ashes is an undeniably fun time. From the gorgeous graphics to the fun gameplay to the decently fair monetization, there is a lot to love here.

Game Cross-Overs: Trendy or Tacky?

One trend, which is in some regards truly representative of this strange new industry, is the prevalence of game and media crossovers. Halo Doomed: The Fallout of the Perfectly Dark Prey of Castle Wolfenstein when?

The Anacrusis has the potential to blossom into something great

The Anacrusis is definitely one to watch. It has great style, some clever AI and some exceptionally designed levels. However, it still needs to nail down some of the basics to reach the lofty heights of its inspiration.

Among Us Review

Among Us is a great game. It has kept people connected over the pandemic. It's a hoot with friends and randoms. I have played a ton of matches for a reason. But Among Us on console, while still the same great core game, is nowhere near as enjoyable when played with a controller.

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Bluey: The Videogame announced for a November release

Bluey: The Videogame is the first ever video game to feature the little pup, as Outright Games and BBC Studios come together for release on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Get groovin’ with Party Animals on Game Pass, Xbox and PC

Available now on Xbox, Game Pass and PC - a console-exclusive, mind you - Party Animals sees up to eight online players (local split-screen is also available) face off in a variety of crazy fighting matches.

Get rich or die trying in PAYDAY 3 on Game Pass, Xbox, PlayStation and PC!

A exhilarating co-op FPS experience is what PAYDAY 3 is all about, as the legendary PAYDAY Crew re-locates to New York City.

Forza Horizon 5 Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges Guide Series 25 – Summer

It is hard to believe that we have reached Series 25 Summer of the Festival Playlist Weekly Challenges in Forza Horizon 5

Every choice matters in Gloomhaven on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch

Whilst we patiently wait for the release of Baldur’s Gate 3 onto Xbox, Gloomhaven on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch might just be the next best thing. 

Latest Reviews

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Review

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty grabs your attention instantly, and refuses to let go until the conclusion.

eFootball 2024 Review

There’s no doubt eFootball 2024 is a flawed game and, if a measly update is all that’s coming each year, it’s hard to see it ever being worthy of your time.

Barbie – Film Review

Don’t make the mistake of expecting a family movie or an easy watch: Barbie is far more weighty and satisfying than the lightweight plastic might imply. Now we wait for more films based on toys, completely misunderstanding why this one was so great.

The Crew Motorfest Review

After years of having the open world racing scene dominated by Forza Horizon, Ubisoft have certainly found the right gear with The Crew Motorfest. If you're an adrenaline junkie, this is one not to miss. 

Death and Taxes Review

Understand what Death and Taxes is trying to do, and it’s a magnitude more fun.