Tag Archives: Square Enix

Final Fantasy XV review
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Final Fantasy XV review

[Reviewed on PS4] With its sense of freedom and romance, the promise of new horizons and fresh adventure, the open road sums up what Final Fantasy XV is all about. In both its narrative and its very existence, this is a game about making sure destiny is fulfilled; the road...


Dragon Quest Builders review
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Dragon Quest Builders review

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...

World Of Final Fantasy review
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World Of Final Fantasy review

[Reviewed on PS4] As was always going to be the case with something like this that brings together so many popular characters, it’s the newcomers that let the side down. The brother-and-sister duo of Lann and Reynn are moulded out of pure cliché, a headstrong buffoon and a reluctant know-it-all...


The Turing Test review
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The Turing Test review

[Reviewed on Xbox One] About halfway through The Turing Test we were worried it was going to continue to be a rather pale imitation of a great first-person puzzler. We can’t avoid the comparison with Portal and we’re not sure Bulkhead would want us to. The appreciation and understanding of...

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided review
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided review

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a mess of conflicting ideas and themes, of ageing mechanics and messy iteration. For better or worse, it is blindly beholden to many of the flaws that we can now identify games exhibited back in 2011; the success of Human Revolution casts a long shadow...

I Am Setsuna review
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I Am Setsuna review

[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...