Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review – It it worth playing now?

Released in 2019, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was the first single-player only experienced from AAA publisher EA since they acquired the illustrious licence back in 2015. It came as a welcome surprise to fans who’d been growing weary of the cynical, soulless multiplayer-only experiences that had come from the publisher so far.   In Fallen Order you take control […]

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Super Mario Odyssey Review – Is it worth playing now?

Super Mario Odyssey launched on the Nintendo Switch in  2017, marking the plumber’s first 3D outing on Nintendo’s new platform. Mario’s last 3D mainline game, Super Mario 3D World, was an excellent yet somewhat paint-by-numbers outing for the mascot, and didn’t have the same innovative impact as some of his other 3D console games, such as Mario 64 or Mario Galaxy. […]

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Shadow of War Review: Is it worth playing now?

Shadow of War (SoW) is the much-anticipated sequel to Monolith’s acclaimed LOTR spin-off action game Shadow of Mordor (SoM), promising a continuation of the main games story, a much bigger world to explore, and an evolution of everything that made the first game great whilst adding in a plethora of fresh features and mechanics. I was a big fan of […]

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Retrospective Review: Race the Sun

Race the Sun is a game with a simple concept – pilot a solar-powered ship across a landscape for as far as you can until the sun goes down, dodging the scenery and collecting as many gems as you can.   Your score is measured in meters covered, and every five gems gives you a multiplier. Skim an edge of […]

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Assault Android Cactus Review

Developed by Witch Beam, Assault Android Cactus is a twin-stick shooter set in a cartoon sci-fi setting. You take control of one of a selection of androids fighting an mutinous uprising on a ship, blasting through hordes of enemies in a series of stages from a top-down perspective. I’ve always had an affinity for twin stick shooters, ever since picking […]

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Vanquish Retrospective Review

Published back in 2007, Vanquish released on the PS3 and Xbox 360 (and was later ported to PC) to a relative lack of fanfare and moderate critical acclaim. In the years since however, the game has achieved something of a cult status, and is being looked back upon with more appreciation than it initially garnered. This is possibly due to it […]

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