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Argonauts Agency 4: Glove of Midas Review

Not everything that Argonauts Agency 4: Glove of Midas touches turns to gold, but the hand is at least capable of a soothing, cozy massage.

Boxville Review

Boxville may be a world of soggy cardboard boxes and rusty cans, but we found ourselves climbing right in.

Argonauts Agency 3: Chair of Hephaestus Review

Argonauts Agency 3: Chair of Hephaestus is the worst entry in the best series of 8floor resource-management games.

Pirate Bloopers Review

Pirate Bloopers is more-ish fun, until the more-ish becomes less-ish.

Taco Tom 2 Review

We doubt we will return to the frantic puzzling of Taco Tom 2. But its story and clever approach to levels will stick with us for a long old time.

King Leo Review

Unfortunately, if we told you that King Leo was worth playing, we’d be lion. 

Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf Review

By the end of Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf, we felt like Frodo and Sam at the end of Lord of the Rings: tired, ready for a pint, and never wanting to go through the experience again.

Hatsune Miku Jigsaw Puzzle Review

The pictures don’t suit the format, the controls are awkward, and it’s lacking the joy of pieces snapping together. Save yourself the stress of Hatsune Miku Jigsaw Puzzle and pop into your local charity shop for a Ravensburger. 

Pure Chase 80’s Review

Pure Chase 80’s is a fling with an ex. For a fleeting moment, it reminds you of a past love - in this case, Outrun - and leaves you pining for an older time.

Far Cry 5 and a game you might have missed are on Game Pass now

In our latest Game Pass article, announcing the game’s leaving the service, we wrote “today’s the last day of the month, so it’d be a push to expect anything more” from Game Pass. It’s not the first time that we’ve been wrong. Microsoft, as is their wont, stealth-released a game onto the service in the last moments of June.

Game Pass leavers include FIFA 20, Jurassic World Evolution and two others

It’s the end of the month, which means payday, and a sad goodbye to several titles on Game Pass.

Newfound Courage Review

It gives us great pleasure to whole-heartily recommend Newfound Courage. You will struggle to find a more likeable and relatable narrative adventure. It’s exceptionally well-written, unashamedly gay, and will appeal to absolutely anyone who felt their lip trembling while playing To The Moon. It’s a triumph that wears its heart very much on its sleeve.

Up Next: The 8 games you should be playing on your Xbox in July 2022

We’d be the first to admit that there is a lack of mahoosive, save-up-the-pennies Xbox games in this month’s Up Next, but - regardless - it has something of an alternative appeal.

Firegirl: Hack ‘n Splash Rescue DX Review

Once the water gets flowing and there is a steady stream of unlocks as you douse building after building, Firegirl: Hack ‘n Splash Rescue DX starts to catch fire.

Red Ball Escape Adventure Review

Set some 79p expectations, and you might get a few drops of entertainment from Red Ball Escape Adventure.

Lab Crisis Review

There is an audience for Lab Crisis. It’s just a shame that the audience will be achievement hunters, who will see this as a significant bounty: 2000G in the space of five minutes.

Amazing Superhero Squad Review

Amazing Superhero Squad fluffs it. What should have been a deep and strategic hero simulator is instead a shape-matching game with the shallowest of gameplay puddles to splash around in. We thought being Nick Fury for a day would be fun; as it turns out, it’s as mundane and simple as putting on his eyepatch every morning.

Limb Hunter Review

Limb Hunter is a fierce but fair action-platformer, and its big idea - the ability to swap in and out different robotic limbs - makes it well worth a play. 

Why Pizza? Review

Why Pizza? is a half-and-half pizza; one side that we had to eat with a spoon, the other side a plain old margherita. We’d have rather had a meat feast for this little platformer’s full length.

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