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15 ways Doom is making hell fun again

After nearly 12 years away from the frontline of gaming, Doom is returning and while its development has been challenging, the final game looks to have recaptured the same spirit as id’s original shooters.


Hitman review
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Hitman review

[Reviewed on Xbox One] What is it that compels a criminal to return to the scene of a crime? There’s an air of arrogance to it, right? The opportunity to watch as hapless investigators struggle to follow the trail of (cold) blood towards a lead. Perhaps it’s seen as a...

Superhot review
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Superhot review

[Reviewed on PC] Superhot is a spectacular example of the current indie development scene’s bold innovation, and yet it feels like a game that – in it’s current form at least – doesn’t quite live up to its full potential. Superhot is a first-person shooter in which you use pistols,...

Dark Souls 3 review
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Dark Souls 3 review

[Reviewed on PS4] It’s not a game – it’s an ordeal. That’s the best way to look at Dark Souls III if you want to cling onto your sanity until the credits roll, since FromSoftware does an excellent job of bending many typical gaming conventions in order to deliver something...



Oxenfree review
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Oxenfree review

[Reviewed on PC] A group of teenagers dice with the paranormal during an island vacation gone wrong in this thriller adventure, but Oxenfree is as much about relationships as it is about ghosts and ghouls. It attempts to tug at your heart strings with richly developed characters, but despite a...

Pony Island review
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Pony Island review

In Pony Island you control a happy little Pony whose only mission in life is to hop over fences and reach the end goal. At least, that’s the facade behind which a more sinister reality awaits. It turns out Pony Island is actually some sort of evil arcade cabinet that...