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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Review

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is a bit of a mixed bag.

THE FINALS Review

With time, I suspect THE FINALS will blossom into an upper echelon first person shooter.

The Game Awards Hits Different in Person

There is an energy to The Game Awards that doesn't fully shine through on the screen.

Lake: Season’s Greetings Review

I enjoyed my time revisiting Providence Oaks in Lake: Season's Greetings. The loveable characters, heartwarming story and classic Christmas tone make this well worth a pick-up over the Holiday season, even if some technical qualms hold it back from tree-topping star status.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III Review

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III is a bit of a mixed bag, but one that I thoroughly enjoyed my time with.

Ebenezer and The Invisible World Review

There is a lot of potential in a game adaptation of A Christmas Carol, and Ebenezer and the Invisible World makes a valiant effort. But this pudding needed to sing in the copper a little longer.

High On Life: High On Knife Review

High On Life: High On Knife is not as funny as the base game, but it is just about as good in every other way.

The Crackpet Show: Happy Tree Friends Edition Review

The Crackpet Show: Happy Tree Friends Edition is a little bit of a mixed bag.

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.

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