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Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter review
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Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter review

[Reviewed on PS4] It’s so strange to witness a series of games continually improve but never really get any better. It’s such a contradiction that should be impossible, especially in an industry like this. The Sherlock Holmes games have become better in individual areas with every new release, whether that’s...

Dangerous Golf review
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Dangerous Golf review

[Reviewed on Xbox One] There are a lot of things Dangerous Golf could do better, but being more fun isn’t one of them. It could be tighter, more varied, faster and so on, but despite a few shortcomings, it manages to deliver in the engagement and hilarity stakes. Dangerous Golf...

Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst review
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Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst review

[Reviewed on Xbox One] It’s easy to lose faith in an open world, especially one as sterile as The City Of Glass, as obstinately gorgeous as it may be. There is an essential banality to Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst’s core design, the structure of its space at continuous odds with its...

Alienation review
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Alienation review

The mad scientists of development are always finding new ways to splice genres and create freakish new hybrids, but the results are always impossible to predict. More often than not, there’s a colourful puff of smoke as disparate elements are combined, revealing some ill-advised abomination as it dissipates. But occasionally,...

The Banner Saga 2 review
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The Banner Saga 2 review

[Reviewed on PC] Thankfully, The Banner Saga 2 picks up immediately after the thrilling events of the original. Here you are on a mighty adventure, leading a band of fighters, scavengers and terrified refugees as they flee from the invading Dredge, a vast army of demonic, murderous stone warriors. Yes,...


Lumo review
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Lumo review

[Reviewed on PS4] Lumo places you in control of a wizard charged with navigating their way through a large and sprawling dungeon. With relatively basic visuals and single-room puzzles and platforming, the game cleverly blends classic challenges with new-school levels of variety. And as you effortlessly speed your way through...

Fire Emblem Fates review
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Fire Emblem Fates review

Fire Emblem is a series that thrives on backing the player into a corner at every opportunity, forcing you to make brutal choices that not only affect the outcome of the narrative but of the lives and relationships of those that you hold closest. Never has the pressure to deliver...

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