An increased focus on the women's game and accessibility features marks a bold play for new audiences ahead of EA Sports' split from FIFA.
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The best first person shooters have a natural groove to their gunplay;
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There’s no doubting the quality on offer here, then, but if you already own the PS4 versions then you might struggle to justify the outlay for the upgrades on offer
A short but solid campaign and minor multiplayer tweaks suggest Warzone is still the main priority
Open world shooter is back on solid – if occasionally silly – form
Prepare to go insane in the brain with one of the year's most imaginative interactive experiences
Diablo meets Cyberpunk 2077 on the set of Ridley Scott's cinematic masterpiece in this action-packed RPG gem
PlayStation mascots bring the solid state sauce for family-friendly PS5 exclusive
Dazzling next-gen graphics belie a hardcore rogue-like which could test your patience as much as your reflexes
The short but solid Campaign and back to basics multiplayer lack major innovations but offer plenty of run and gun fun all the same
With greater console power comes greater responsibility (and much faster loading times)
Thanks to the incredible new Dualsense controller gaming has never felt so good
Global pandemic? What global pandemic?! The beautiful game might be struggling right now but the FIFA juggernaut rolls on
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Despite being decorated for single-handedly breaking the Japanese role playing game genre in the West, Final Fantasy 7 was also maligned for many years as the videogame most returned to vendors by disgruntled customers.