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Homefront: The Revolution Review

Homefront: The Revolution is set in the year 2029, four years after the North Koreans invaded the United States after remotely disabling all of the technology o...
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Battleborn Review

Hero shooters are the ‘in thing’. Adding just a pinch of MOBA into first person shooters, they combine MMO elements with cooperative and competitive online gami...
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Doom Review

After 12 years since Doom 3, Doom has returned to fill your demon-slaying needs. In this stunning revival, the Union Aerospace Corporation’s research facil...
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The Banner Saga 2 Review

Trilogies are a dime a dozen when it comes to video games. However, franchises are rarely envisioned that way from the outset and, as a result, there are remark...
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Resident Evil 6 Review

The Xbox One version of Resident Evil 6 was primarily tested for the purpose of this review.Resident Evil 6 follows three sets of characters in 2013, which puts...
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Dark Souls III Review

The PS4 version of Dark Souls III was primarily tested for the purpose of this review. This review will undoubtedly spoil many aspects of Dark Souls 3 (and 1...
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Quantum Break Review

The Xbox One version of Quantum Break was primarily tested for the purpose of this review. Whilst Remedy isn't exactly known for publishing a steady stream of ...
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Trackmania Turbo Review

The PS4 version of Trackmania Turbo  was primarily tested for the purpose of this review. Do you remember playing with Hot Wheels as a kid? The twists, the t...
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Superhot Review

The PC version of Superhot was primarily tested for the purpose of this review. Superhot is quite straightforward on a surface level; the player (your avatar...