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Nov 15, 2021

The systems for uncovering clues and solving crimes are fabulous, making Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Frogwares' best game. But the crimes you investigate are sometimes very, very stupid.

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Nov 12, 2021

Jurassic World Evolution 2 makes significant changes to the DNA of its predecessor, but ends up right back where it started: a magnificent feat of adaptation stretched over the bones of an inconsistent management game.

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A classic locked-room mystery set in a sleepy post-war community. Crack the case, and your neighbour's privacy, through a series of engaging investigations.

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Nov 11, 2021

A short frolic through a stunning apocalypse, with combat that compellingly blends katana strikes and gunfire. Just don't think about the story.

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Unscored - Forza Horizon 5
Nov 9, 2021

Not the best racing game ever made, but a contender for best driving game. While perhaps overly familiar, everything here is very slick, refreshingly wholesome and easy-going.

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Nov 9, 2021

An unremarkable FPS story set in World War 2. Has moments of spectacle and is largely quite fun, but feels like you're a gun on-rails, hardly a war hero.

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Unscored - Unpacking
Nov 9, 2021

This compact little puzzle-story-game has care in every line. It tells a lovely story without words, leaves you room for interpretation, and invites you to be playful. It's absolutely lovely.

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Voice Of Cards isn't so much a card game as it is a JRPG in card game clothing, but its simple, repetitive battle system fails to make much of an impression. Far from being a winning hand, this is sadly one for the discard pile.

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Unscored - Demon Turf
Nov 3, 2021

It harks back to 3D platformers of yore, but Demon Turf is so much more than a Banjo Kazooie-like. With its inventive platforming, packed to do list and great sense of humour, the latest game from the creators of Slime-San is devilishly good fun.

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Unscored - Echo Generation
Nov 2, 2021

Top marks for its detailed, voxel artwork and neat twist on turn-based combat, but Echo Generation's tired collection of retro story tropes leave the whole thing feeling a little undercooked.

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