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Review: FIFA 20 – Familiar with Some Fresh Ideas

FIFA 20

The latest installment to the FIFA series arrived on 27th September on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. FIFA 20 feels familiar to anyone who’s played the last few entries in the franchise, but there are a few welcoming new features to the game that make it seem a little less like a carbon copy. Like its predecessors, FIFA 20 is well-presented, fun, and a must-play for football fanatics. However, that’s not to say it’s perfect, as the game still feels underwhelming at times. Better […]

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World Of Warcraft Classic Review Pt. 2 (Level 10-18)

World Of Warcraft Classic Review (Part 1)

Before we begin, this is the second part of my review on World Of Warcraft Classic. If you would like to see my thoughts on the first ten levels of the game, be sure to check out part one of the World Of Warcraft Classic Review. As a reminder, before starting this review, I have never played any version of WoW, so this review is aimed at people who have never touched the game before but were wondering if it holds up to today’s standards. This section […]

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Review

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 is the surprise return of the beat them up series that received mixed to generally positive reviews during their original releases in 2006 and 2009. Activision would later remaster the two games for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, only for them to be removed without warning later when Activision would lose the license for the Marvel characters. This would be why it was so surprising to have Ultimate Alliance 3 announced at the 2018 Game Awards and releasing of July 2019. The […]

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Nintendo Switch Review – 2 Years On

Two Controllers For The Price Of One

The Nintendo Switch recently celebrated its second birthday on March 3rd, 2019. In just two years, the console has achieved a lot, surpassing its competitors, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, in terms of popularity, innovation, and accessibility. Let’s take a closer look at the Nintendo Switch’s journey. The Beginning The Nintendo Switch was released worldwide on March 3rd, 2017, with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as a launch title. The console flew off shelves. If you hadn’t pre-ordered the Nintendo Switch before its release […]

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Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – Delightfully Devilish

Metal Sekiro Solid

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action-adventure game developed by FromSoftware, the creators of Bloodborne and the Dark Souls series. Sekiro has some similarity with its predecessors but also brings new features to make a truly enchanting experience. Unlike Dark Souls and Bloodborne where you create your own character, Sekiro has a set path for you to follow. You play as a powerful Shinobi warrior who must slash, sneak, and grapple hook his way through ancient Japan to rescue a young Lord who was kidnapped by a […]

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Review: Far Cry: New Dawn – Fun but Flawed

Far Cry: New Dawn was released on 15th February for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows. The game is a spin-off entry to the Far Cry series but serves as a sequel to Far Cry 5. In New Dawn, you revisit Hope County with a new character to embark on a new journey. There are some features and additions, but New Dawn doesn’t majorly improve upon or bring anything new to the Far Cry series. It’s a fairly mediocre and generic game, but there are a few […]

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The Witness Review: A Flawed but Impressive Puzzle Game

The Witness

Released initially in 2016, The Witness was a very much anticipated game. The lead creator, Johnathan Blow was also behind Braid, the popular puzzle-platformer that was featured in the popular documentary, Indie Game: The Movie. Like Braid, The Witness is a puzzle game. However, that’s all there is to it. There’s no platforming, music, mechanics (other than walking and running), and there’s very little story. It doesn’t sound like a particularly thrilling game, but for what it is, The Witness is impressive and worth checking out. Puzzles, […]

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Trials Rising Review

Visuals/Audio

Trials Rising is the continuation of the popular motorbike platforming series that has become a staple of Ubisoft’s RedLynx studio. It’s always been an example of gameplay that is easy to pick up, but difficult to master. It’s a simple objective: take your rider throughout a track that will test your reflexes. Complete the track as fast as possible with as few as many faults as possible. Trials Rising is an example of a series moving forward with very bare innovations and for the most part, that […]

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Xbox One: Ultimate Review

History of the Xbox American company Microsoft creates the Xbox video game console system.  The Xbox entered the world of console electronic gaming in 2001 and placed a direct competition on Sony’s PlayStation 2 and Nintendo’s GameCube at that time. In 2005, the Xbox 360 was unveiled on MTV and went into sales later in the year. Hardware modification and software piracy remained an issue with the Xbox. However, despite the first stiff competition and several challenges along the way, the Xbox brand has made significant success […]

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