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When Burnout Paradise released in 2008, it was quite the departure from the previous games in the series. The first ever proper open world Burnout game was born in Paradise City, and surprisingly, it was really good. EA has now decided to release a remastered version of the game for Xbox One, PC and PS4,...

At a glance, you may think that Q.U.B.E. 2 is just a ‘Portal’ clone, and in some respects you may be right, but the puzzle mechanics are quite different...

Gravel is a throwback racing game that has the best elements from the early PlayStation 1 and 2 games with the visuals and new additions of modern titles....

The future of the Metal Gear Solid franchise was unclear after the departure of Hideo Kojima, and many were sure they’d never see a new game in the...

Arguably amongst the greatest games ever created, Shadow of the Colossus is a critically acclaimed title that defined a generation and has yet to be replicated....

The LEGO games have been around now for well over a decade. They have always divided people; there are those who love them and others who find them too...

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood makes its PlayStation debut almost 4 years after it was originally released. It is a sequel to Max & the Magic Marker...

Wolfenstein The New Order surprised everyone when it dropped onto the scene back in 2014. Not only did it control brilliantly, but it looked amazing,...

Gran Turismo Sport, though not a numbered sequel is quite a large game from Polyphony Digital. The vision for this edition is to get people to race against...

After playing through Shadow of War, there’s one conclusion that is pretty clear; if you like Shadow of Mordor you will also like Shadow of War. However,...

The developers at CCP games have been particularly intelligent with the terminology used advertising their new PSVR title, Sparc. Some might presume the...

Yakuza Kiwami is a remake of the original Yakuza game released in English back in 2006. It was re-released in Japan for the PS3, but that never made it...

Danganronpa has been a series that I’ve never really had a chance to play through, so when Danganropa V3 was announced I was reluctant to try and...

It seems like an eternity has passed since the first Knack game was released as a launch title for the PS4. It’s use of physics and particles promised...

The biggest flaw with annualised games is that they tend to have very small and minor upgrades that serve the hardcore fan-base. This usually means they...