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34 games reviewed
72.1 average score
75 median score
55.9% of games recommended

Edward Love's Reviews

Edward is a long-time writer who has penned work for Eurogamer, PC Gamer, We Got This Covered, Thunderbolt, Gamer2.0 and more.
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Resident Evil 7 is a classic reinvention of the revered franchise. Even an overblown story can't derail a triumphant return to form for the masters of horror.

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Aug 3, 2018

This little platformer wears its influences loudly and proudly. Salt and Sanctuary is a tribute act of the finest kind, distilling the essential Dark Souls experience in 2D.

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Resident Evil 4 has lost none of its madcap tension, or its considerable charms. This is one of the finest single player campaigns ever, rendered in crisp 1080p on modern consoles.

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- Nioh
Feb 5, 2017

Nioh champions the joy of combat and the fun of overcoming a challenge. It owes a debt to Dark Souls, yes, but manages to step out of its considerable shadow, too.

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a bombastic, absurdly enjoyable action romp packing a story that's part Ocean's Eleven, part Inglorious Basterds.

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Sep 21, 2018

When it comes to virtual soccer, FIFA 19 is the clear leader of the pack, with what is arguably the best entry in years.

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Kingdom Come's rough edges are smoothed by the knowledge you're playing a game where no detail is too small. Exploring 1400s Bohemia is a sure-fire delight.

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A beautiful campaign is marred by an underwhelming story, but with solid multiplayer and Zombies to boot, there's plenty to like about Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

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Sep 15, 2017

Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition offers up addicting and challenging platforming, as well as a truly fantastic soundtrack.

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Jun 8, 2017

DiRT 4 is something of a feat: both a considered challenge and an appetizer to the world of rallying at large. It helps that the actual racing is spot on, too, with cars that handle brilliantly.

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