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Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Pokémon Legends: Arceus comes as a much-needed refresher for the franchise, with new gameplay mechanics that make capturing pocket monsters more fun than ever. The optional battles and crafting system makes the game feel less repetitive, with a massive storyline that you can get lost in for hours. This is a game you could recommend […]

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Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Kirby and the Forgotten Land is an absolute joy to play. The dozens of copy abilities keep combat engaging right to the end, while the focus on collectables and puzzles makes up for the lack of intricate platforming. The low difficulty may put off older players looking for a challenge, and it isn’t quite as […]

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Battlefield 2042

Battlefield 2042

With an underwhelming launch that was riddled with bugs, Battlefield 2042 has become well known for its problematic servers. But even with these superficial issues, there is still a lot of fun to be had here, you just need to be willing to work through the snags. Pros Ambitiously big maps Beautiful and immersive graphicsNew […]

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Mario Party Superstars

Mario Party Superstars

Mario Party Superstars is an enjoyable ‘Best Hits’ collection of the series, including 100 classic mini games and 5 boards that all feel distinctive. But with the lack of modern features such as co-op play and motion controls, it’s clear this entry is prioritising nostalgia over innovation. Pros Superb selection of classic mini gamesEach board […]

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Alan Wake Remastered

Alan Wake Remastered

Alan Wake Remastered is a solid visual update to a classic survival horror game that first debuted on the Xbox 360. Though the gameplay does on occasion feel a little dated by today’s standards, the game’s solid writing and upgraded graphics make it an excellent game nonetheless. Pros Excellent storyLooks great in 4K Cons Combat […]

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FIFA 22

FIFA 22

FIFA 22 offers a better game of football than before and a whole load of new features for PS5, Xbox Series consoles and Stadia. Shame it’s let down by countless bugs and a lack of true improvements in many modes. Pros Improved gameplayHyperMotion improves animations on newer consolesSome players and stadiums really do look greatVolta […]

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Nintendo Switch OLED Review: A huge screen upgrade

Nintendo Switch OLED Review: A huge screen upgrade

The Nintendo Switch OLED is a fantastic upgrade for portable play, with the new screen looking significantly better than the standard model’s. But with no substantial upgrade for docked mode, it isn’t a worthwhile purchase for those who just want a home console for the TV. Pros OLED screen offers a huge upgradeBigger screen, but […]

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Metroid Dread: Samus returns in her prime

Metroid Dread: Samus returns in her prime

Metroid Dread perfects the Metroidvania formula that its predecessors established, while also elevating the series to new heights with highly rewarding combat, stunning 3D cutscenes and new stealth segments that provide greater variety to the gameplay. It won’t be for everyone due to its high difficulty and a lack of accessibility options, but this is […]

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Vive Flow

Vive Flow

Vive Flow is a fascinating new step for virtual reality, packing the technology into a pair of glasses for a more portable and hassle-free experience. The design and built-in screen are both superb, but the reliance on the power of your smartphone leaves me unconvinced that there’s a killer app or use case that can […]

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PS5

PS5

The PlayStation 5 is a clear declaration that Sony believes in the generational format, confident that each new piece of console hardware should push the medium forward in a significant way. This is the opposite of Microsoft’s mantra, which is determined to ensure nobody is left behind with the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series […]