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The Legend Of The Zelda: Breath Of The Wild review
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The Legend Of The Zelda: Breath Of The Wild review

[Reviewed on Switch] Cartography is a pretty tough gig. Or rather, it was, before satellite imagery was everywhere and cameras became a staple part of more or less any gadget. We’re basically cheating today, whereas the mapmakers of old had to do everything by eye and by hand. It’s not..


Skylanders: Imaginators review
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Skylanders: Imaginators review

[Reviewed on PS4] Skylanders has quietly become one of the most dependable series in the industry. For kids, it’s the gateway game, a twist on the classic Diablo formula that presents itself with a smile instead of a snarl. For parents, well, they can once again depend on it being..

Paper Mario: Color Splash review
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Paper Mario: Color Splash review

You know when you see a picture of the actor you used to fancy when you were at school? The one you had a huge, A3 poster of above your bed? And now they’re all haggard and saggy after 30 years of aging and substance abuse? Okay, the Paper Mario..


Mario & Sonic At The Rio 2016 Olympic Games review
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Mario & Sonic At The Rio 2016 Olympic Games review

The abiding feeling we have having spent many hours wearing down the tips of our thumbs on the latest Mario & Sonic Olympic escapade is that this series really ought to have grown a little more in the last four years. There are a good selection of events, from favourites..

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE review
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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE review

In the strange world of Atlus’ Wii-exclusive RPG every stage is… well, a stage. Its heroes are artists, actors and singers. And humans have within them the power of Performa – magical energy that those capable of harnessing it can use for good or evil. On the evil side of..

Star Fox Zero review
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Star Fox Zero review

You know what? We’re going to have some fun here before we get into the nasty business of picking through the smouldering wreckage of this Arwing crash-site; the charred remains of Fox McCloud a testament to Nintendo’s inability to properly utilise its own hardware, let alone take command of a..