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Dirt Rally review

You’d struggle to find a more solitary pursuit than rallying. Often with no other cars on the track, taking to the road with the sole goal of posting the fastest time is an unashamedly lonely experience. It’s also one that,

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Hyrule Warriors: Legends review

Shoving the Zelda universe into Dynasty Warriors’ mass-brawling action template was a polarising love/hate affair on Wii U. But whichever camp you find yourself in, on 3DS, you’re essentially getting the exact same game (plus some minor additions), only not

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Pokken Tournament review

One of the things that people like to complain about when it comes to the main Pokemon series is that fights feel slow and nothing actually hits your opponent. Pokken Tournament rectifies that by letting trainers ‘synergise’ with their Pokemon,

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Hitman Go: Definitive Edition review

Cute isn’t a word I’d normally use to describe a Hitman game, but there are definitely elements of cuteness in Hitman Go. It’s presented like a board game, with every set of levels shown in a cardboard box (complete with

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Dying Light: The Following DLC review

Hitting someone with your car is rarely much fun. The self-proclaimed ‘victim’ screams in agony, promises to sue, and whinges about his legs no longer working or being attached to his body. Meanwhile, the poor driver has go through the

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Life is Strange review

Being a teenager can be rough, and I’m not saying that in the facetious way adults sometimes do. You’re experiencing a lot of things for the first time – some of them complete crap – and it can feel like

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Resident Evil Zero HD review

What? What is this? No, not blood – it’s an HD conversion of the 2002 Resident Evil prequel, which covers the origin story for the original Resi, which got its own HD conversion last year. But where that conversion seemed

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Oxenfree review

Five teenagers have found the perfect place for their beach party; Edwards Island, which at night is completely deserted and near-impossible to leave. As ideas go, that’s up there with inviting Freddy Krueger to your sleepover. Sure enough, it’s not

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Game of Thrones (Telltale) review

When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die. Sounds simple enough, and if you’re a fan of the show, you’ve probably rolled your eyes at characters who lost all manner of honor and body parts when

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Tales from the Borderlands review

Dying is easy, comedy is hard, and a whole lot of both goes on in Tales from the Borderlands. But as difficult as comedy can be, Tales from the Borderlands pulls it off without breaking a sweat. Staying consistently funny

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