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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 easy and boring. I have to admit I have always leaned to the latter, but the addition of the Marvel superheroes piqued my interest. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes...

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...

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA is one of the first Ys games in years, but Japanese gamers have already had a chance to play the game on PS4 a few months ago,...

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy was originally slated as DLC, however Naughty Dog soon realised they had something special on their hands and decided to spend...

Set in a cyberpunk future, featuring augmented humans and robots; Observer will undoubtedly be compared to Deus Ex or even Bladerunner. In some cases,...

If you’ve ever played the old Commandos games, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun will feel quite familiar, albeit taking place in the Japanese...

The beauty and advantage of VR is its ability to immerse you into a world like nothing else. Take control of your character and see the world through...