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NetherRealm Studios set the bar for the best story mode in a fighting game with Mortal Kombat X; they kept this standard when they moved over to Injustice Gods Among Us, their first console soiree into the DC Comics intellectual property. Many were disappointed on the toned down violence, but lauded the...

Ever since Mass Effect popularised the multiple choice conversation trees, games like The Walking Dead and many others from TellTale have really pushed...

It is undeniable that Tetris is one of, if not the best puzzle games ever made. It has been around for decades and still holds up to this day. With dozens...

Since the PS2 days, the sighting of a good platforming game has become a rare occurrence bar the Ratchet & Clank games. All were seemingly replaced...

The original Mass Effect trilogy gained critical acclaim for it’s fantastic story-line and the fact that elements of the story changed depending...

A new IP has been a long time coming for Guerilla Games, who have been working on Killzone since they started working for Sony. Not that Killzone’s...

DiRT Rally was released way back in December 2015, so you may be surprised to hear that Codemasters are still supporting the title with DLC. Not any old...

It’s been about a year since CyberConnect 2 released the fantastic Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. When it comes to anime games, they...

Tales of Berseria is the latest iteration in the Tales of series, but is in fact a prequel of sorts to the previous game, Tales of Zestiria. Berseria...

The original Gravity Rush became a cult classic, and its rabid Vita fan base has been begging for a sequel for years. It finally happened, albeit on a...

The day has finally come. The day that I get to write the review for a game I have been anticipating for a decade, a game that I bought a PS3 for! Former...

Final Fantasy XV has been ten years in the making, ten years! In that time it has transformed from Final Fantasy Versus XIII, to vapourware, to what we...

We now live in a world where surveillance is everywhere, and the world portrayed in H.G. Wells’ Nineteen Eighty-Four is practically a reality. The original...

Tripwire Interactive developed and released the original Killing Floor within three months, with only a ten person team. Despite the quick development...

Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization is the latest anime-based game to release based on the Sword Art Online franchise. The background of the anime is...