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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 –...

WWE 2K16 review
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WWE 2K16 review

[Reviewed on PS4] It’s been a strange year for the WWE’s top star, John Cena. Since he won the United States championship at Wrestlemania, he’s restored prestige to the belt by putting on great matches week after week, working with fresh opponents and trying new moves to keep up with...

Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 1: The Order Of The Stone
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Minecraft: Story Mode Episode 1: The Order Of The Stone

Minecraft: Story Mode is another triumph for Telltale Games, and it’s a surprising one. It should never have worked, which is essentially the unofficial company line for Telltale. The studio takes concepts you could never imagine being draped over its aging adventure game skeleton, and transforms the covered bones into...

Guitar Hero Live review
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Guitar Hero Live review

This isn’t the Guitar Hero you remember. This isn’t the Guitar Hero that was butting heads year on year with Rock Band. This isn’t the Guitar Hero that would likely have faded into the background against Harmonix’s genre rival this year, in a marketplace that – despite a five year...



Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 review
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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 review

Riddled with bugs and generally irritating failings, it’s clear to see why so many of the gaming public have railed against Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5. This is not the way it should be – the potential last hurrah for the series (with the Activision/Hawk contract running out by the...

Disney Infinity 3.0 review
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Disney Infinity 3.0 review

With Star Wars mania about to kick into overdrive all over again, what better time for Disney to leverage the brand than now? There’s an argument to be made that competition in this sector is hurting games rather than improving them – as long as Disney Infinity and LEGO Dimensions...