The heights of Warzone 2’s combat and stunning map design are held down by a […]
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NieR: Automata The End of YoRHa Edition is a great port, bringing a complete version […]
AfterClimate, a research and consultancy business “on a mission to decarbonise the games industry”, have […]
The Prusa Mini+ costs a bit more than bargain basement 3D printers such as the […]
I had mixed feelings about Paradox’s latest grand strategy game, Victoria 3, because for everything […]
An entertaining remix of familiar action mechanics and narrative tropes, Evil West is a solid […]
Evil West delivers on its big dumb action game premise, for better and worse. Why […]
Slime Rancher 2 is a refined and slimy good time, building on what made the […]
Sonic Frontiers has tight controls and a surprisingly good story, but graphical and pacing issues […]
A totally immersive management experience creaking under the pressure of annual release culture. It needs […]
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet adds a number of changes to the classic Pokémon formula, and […]
A fun bike to ride in the city, the Propella 9S Pro features a powerful […]
Goat Simulator 3 neither excels at gif-able joke physics nor at being a structured singleplayer […]
Somerville never hits its stride, thanks to flat direction and frustrating mechanics. Why you can […]
While it doesn’t fulfil its potential, Flat Eye is an intriguing management sim that’s more […]
Pentiment tells a tale that enthralls at the level of the personal and social alike, […]
A beautiful and beautifully-written narrative game that makes masterful use of its early modern setting. […]
After a promising opening, Ghost Song collapses under the weight of its ill-conceived mechanics. Why […]
LEGO: Bricktales manages to be fun despite some structural shakiness. Why you can trust PC […]
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