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Games are one of the greatest mediums out there, and just like a great piece of media, every person experiencing it usually has a different reason as to why they enjoy it. With games; some enjoy story-based adventures others want to compete against their fellow gamers in multiplayer. There are those...

Over the past 2 years the F1 game franchise has improved by leaps and bounds from prior iterations. Adding more and more small quirky features and...

I always find myself getting tired of the 2D platformer, it all seems to have been done before and there is very little else that can be done. But...

A Plague Tale: Innocence is developed by a studio that have been infamous for making family friendly titles and light-hearted B-tier games. Asobo...

Since Left 4 Dead created the 4-player zombie co-op shooter there have been a few who have tried to emulate it. So far no one have really gotten anywhere...

The Snooker World Championship has just started and it feels like there hasn’t been a good snooker game on current gen consoles in a long time....

DiRT Rally 2.0 harks back to the similar naming convention of the Colin McRae Rally game back on the PlayStation 1 almost 20 years ago. The naming...

Fimbul; meaning “great” or “big” in Norse is an action adventure title that attempts to bring viking and Norse mythology to...

Motorbike racing games are possibly the most under-represented genres on consoles by a long shot. Supercross even more so with very few options for...

Slime Rancher has been around on PC since 2015. It released as a beta and was continually iterated upon until it reached the full release stage and...

If you are a fan of Motorbike sim racers, you’ve only really had two options. MotoGP and Ride. One focuses on the real-life racers and the MotoGP...

The new F1 season is just around the corner, and just like every year Codemasters once again has the license for the official game. Did they add enough...

Released over five years ago on the PS3 and Vita, the original Guacamelee introduced a colourful Mexican art style with Dia de los Muertos (Day of...

Narrative based games have been ever increasing in popularity and thanks to the work of Quantic Dream and Tell-Tale games and the successes of their...

The Crew garnered a mixed reception from critics, but still went on to sell well over 2 million units, so it’s no wonder that Ubisoft have been...