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Amplitude review
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Amplitude review

This magazine and Amplitude have a long-standing relationship. Some ten years ago, the staff at the time spent every lunch time either locked in multiplayer battles on Harmonix’s beat-blasting classic, or joined in arms trying to best its final stages. Eyes watered, heads ached, fingers cramped, but it’s safe to...


Just Dance 2016 review
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Just Dance 2016 review

[Reviewed on Wii U] Once a year around Christmas time since 2009, the latest instalment of one of our guiltiest pleasures lands in our laps. Close the curtains, lock your doors and tell the neighbours you’re hosting a swingers’ party, dealing drugs or building up your collection of cats –...

Sword Art Online: Lost Song review
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Sword Art Online: Lost Song review

[Reviewed on PS4] To label Sword Art Online: Lost Song as one of the most generic JRPGs out there would be to do the term ‘generic JRPG’ an injustice. That would make SOA:LS peers with, say, Tales Of Zestiria, and at least there’s some fun to be had from that...

The strange new turn for Uncharted 4

Gripping character arcs, revolutionary stories, intimate relationships and industry-leading gameplay… Naughty Dog has perfected all this in single-player, but where exactly does that leave Uncharted 4’s multiplayer efforts?


Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege review
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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege review

[Reviewed on PS4] It’s been seven long years since the counter-terrorist crusaders of Rainbow Six last graced our lives, and while the Tom Clancy name has been clear and present in the interim, there’s an almost giddy excitement having the series that put the Clancy brand on the map back...

Just Cause 3 review
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Just Cause 3 review

[Reviewed on Xbox One] Just Cause 3 feels a hangover from a gluttonous, bygone era of Hollywood action entertainment. It’s an open-world adventure that brazenly refuses to implement any lessons that have been learned in the last five years. It’s the sequel to a game that successfully inspired a generation...