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Jun 7, 2019

There's more than just an endurance racing licence to distinguish Assetto Corsa Competizione from its predecessor. It's more polished, more precise, and offers more scope for long-term single-player satisfaction.Phil Iwaniuk

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Struggles to do justice to what should be its show-stopper moments, but breathes much-needed life into the Khajiit and their homeland.Ali Jones

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Iain Harris
May 31, 2019

The mission design and story can grate at times, but this is a devilishly fun homage to Diablo 3 and Warhammer Fantasy you'll want to get your friends in on.Iain Harris

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May 16, 2019

Changes on the battlefield don't make for a Total War experience to match historical and Warhammer entrants, but there's still a deeply involving strategic layer in Three Kingdoms that sits well with its licence.Phil Iwaniuk

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May 14, 2019

One of the most engaging and original story-based games this year. It's dragged down by some trite videogame elements but its characters elevate it above its contemporaries.

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7 / 10 - Rage 2
May 13, 2019

The pace of id and Avalanche's FPS is neutered by a dull open world and thin story but, in an unbridled whirlwind of gruesome gibs, you probably won't care.

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May 2, 2019

Although its light tutorial and lack of feedback throw it off balance, Rise of Industry's in-depth production tools and supply chain mechanics - not to mention waffle options - will meet the demands of any production sim fan.Rachel Watts

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Kelly Pask
9 / 10 - Yakuza Kiwami 2
May 2, 2019

Sega's original sequel has received the remake it's due. The story fumbles in places, but its high points allow it to sit next to Yakuza 0 as the best the series has to offer.Kelly Pask

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8 / 10 - Imperator: Rome
Apr 25, 2019

As Imperator grows in scale from its Clausewitz cousins, so too it grows in depth and ultimately in unwieldiness. But there's a grand strategy with aeons of play in it for you.Phil Iwaniuk

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Its two campaigns offer deliciously bonkers fan service for the rats and a meaty strategic challenge for the lizards, deftly served with CA's usual care for the source material. A generous free update that profoundly improves the Skaven is the icing on the cake.Richard Scott-Jones

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7 / 10 - Anno 1800
Apr 15, 2019

A vibrant snapshot of the Victorian era that's bustling with character, but doesn't explore the intriguing, seismic politics of the period.Robert Zak

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4 / 10 - Outward
Mar 29, 2019

Outward will appeal to people have enormous patience. But if that isn't you then it'll simply feel like a time drain. Jason Coles

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7 / 10 - Tropico 6
Mar 29, 2019

Limbic has turned down its opportunity for revolución in favour of reinforcing the rule of El Presidente - a safe pair of hands for colourful city-building and wry commentary on the abuse of democracy.Jeremy Peel

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Mar 28, 2019

Boasting the best swordfighting in the business, Sekiro is a game of rare but deserved self-assurance. You'll despair as it breaks you down, but then you'll exult as it builds you up. It's a journey like little else in gaming, and if you're up for the challenge, you absolutely have to play it.

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Mar 22, 2019

The Division 2 is a substantial evolution on the mechanics of the first game, with a more immersive world to boot. This is an impressively complete game, with heaps to offer players across all of its content prongs and a level of polish that belies the size of the game's open world.

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8 / 10 - Devil May Cry 5
Mar 6, 2019

Few games are as endearing in their madness as Devil May Cry 5. It's deeply old-school and made for fans first, but its new character will entertain newcomers and keep them coming back for more.Jacob Ridley

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9 / 10 - Trials Rising
Mar 1, 2019

A marvellously accomplished realisation of RedLynx's deranged vision for the series, which somehow manages to be both the most accessible and most unforgiving Trials game to date.Ben Maxwell

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Jack Ridsdale
9 / 10 - Dead or Alive 6
Mar 1, 2019

The culmination of over two decades of refinement, resulting in fluid, accessible, and balanced combat mechanics. While the game's lurid focus on flesh will divide opinion, it remains one of the most polished and fully-featured fighting games in recent years.Jack Ridsdale

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5 / 10 - Fimbul
Feb 28, 2019

This hack-and-slash wears its simplicity like a lovely Scandinavian jumper, but is scarcely substantial enough for its handful of hours and drenched by awful aesthetic choices.Jeremy Peel

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6 / 10 - Anthem
Feb 21, 2019

Beautiful and mechanically robust throughout, but weighed down by repetitive missions, a flabby structure, and a lot of the people you meet in Fort Tarsis. Even the strongest beats become tiresome if repeated or drowned in white noise, and that's Anthem in a nutshell.Richard Scott-Jones

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