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Monolith is returning to Mordor as we get the inside scoop on Middle-earth: Shadow Of War from the developer. Find out how it is enhancing the Nemesis system to create a story like nothing you’ve seen before. Plus 343 Industries opens up on the past, present and future of Halo..
Some of us can’t just open a box of Lego and build a masterpiece, and the things we do build are often an incoherent mess. Sometimes we need blueprints, direction and sometimes we just want to be told how to build the Millennium Falcon. The same problem can translate to..
[Reviewed on PS4] Imitation, so the proverb goes, is the sincerest form of flattery. So if the JRPG veterans that are Chrono Trigger and the early Final Fantasies had faces, they’d almost certainly be blushing. Tokyo Game Factory’s debut game makes its mimicry clear from the outset – and there..
[Reviewed on PC] Nuclear Throne is psychological torture in game form. All it wants to do is punish you, yet you’ll keep coming back for more. It’s like reeling at the smell of a particularly pungent cheese, but you can’t help but have just one more sniff. Nuclear Throne is..
[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..
There’s a simplicity to Persona 4: Dancing All Night that treads the line between choreographic genius and rhythm game fury. The presentation of the game is impeccable – you’d be forgiven for thinking this was a ‘full’ console release, rather than for a handheld console: the character models (remade specifically..