Tom Hutchison


93 games reviewed
75.9 average score
80 median score
61.3% of games recommended
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Labyrinth City is fun, puzzley at points and packed full of chuckle moments as you dissect the lovely world around you. But the game is a bit of a one-trick pony and it won’t be too long before you tire and move on to another Switch game.

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So if you’ve only given this a passing glance when scrolling game trailers on YouTube and it’s not particularly floating your boat, be prepared for a decent player here but not one that’s going to dazzle you for months ahead.

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May 27, 2021

It’s not too taxing and the gameplay is easily conquerable, meaning older gamers should probably avoid. And while it does get very samey after a while, the storytelling is always funny and the extra element of putting yourself in the game adds to the lols.

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It’s a decent effort, one that monster truck fans alone will get the best out of. But if you’re a gamer looking for a top-rated car and racing experience, there’s better out there.

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PS5 and Xbox Series X gamers have been yearning for a cracking werewolf video game and, while this delivers in the combat stakes, it's dull RPG elements slow down the action

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However for those looking to revisit this game, people with fond memories of a cult classic, they’ll find it a joy still to play and well worth a look. It plays brilliantly, has a really tough challenge to the gameplay and still inhabits all that charm and uniqueness you remember.

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Mar 15, 2019

Unfortunately, That's when I expect it to be eclipsed by a better adversary.

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Still a watered down PS4 and Xbox game

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Jul 6, 2019

As it stands, we have a decent game that will give puzzle fans plenty to enjoy. And something for those looking for a unique spin on a growingly popular two-character formula.

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Visually improved but unlikely to set the world alight

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Dec 8, 2022

Divine Knockout is great fun and a fresh take on the Smash Bros style of brawler. It’s quite limited at the moment, there’s only six arenas and eight fighters at launch, but hopefully the makers at Red Beard Games will improve that over time with promised new content.

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This is a must-buy for any Ninja Turtles fans looking for a retro gaming kick to add to their collection. Those les interested in a 90s cartoon classic may find the collection a Little too samey.

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Mar 1, 2022

Not a great title for single-players but definitely easily pickupable gaming fun for one of those lighter evenings with friends.

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Jan 7, 2022

But as a package, this is a nicely put-together game and a great little addition to the Game Pass’s ever-growing library.

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Nov 22, 2021

Overall, a decent shooter that feels a little too overblown for its own good. It’s best elements lie in the past but there’s plenty here to get your teeth into and potentially dozens of hours of multiplayer fun for the winter months.

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It’s a great shooter game, CoD always is, but its not the best in the series and the overly used WW2 backdrop is wearing thin.

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Feb 8, 2023

This is a must-buy for Potter fanatics and a very good game for those less fussed by the lore of the much-loved kids books. It’s got strong combat, depth to its open world, plenty of character and a decent storyline.

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Aug 16, 2022

It would be top-tier with a multiplayer online component, maybe that could come in the inevitable sequel, but for now this is an excellent single player title that perfectly mixes two genres into a whole new style of video game.

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Aug 10, 2022

It’s cartoon design is full of character and deep down it’s a really involved city builder of a game offering a strong challenge of your creative mind. Well worth giving a go if you’re subscribed to Xbox Game Pass, as it is included in that package and can even be streamed over the cloud, but for £35 on other systems, it is still a great summer title to get your creative juices flowing.

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Jul 26, 2022

It may be too overwhelming for some, and the length of the game may put others off. But RPG fans are going to love it and the Switch can now boast of a cracking new title in this genre.

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