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79.4 average score
80 median score
74.1% of games recommended
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Dec 14, 2011

Mojang's indie phenomenon Minecraft has recently been officially 'released', but players have been crafting and surviving in its world for the past three years, Sean Bell takes a look at why it is one of the most progressive and fascinating games ever made.

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Oct 23, 2013

If Pokemon’s greatest pleasure is the joy of discovery, then I’ve finally discovered it. And hooray for that.

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Nov 4, 2013

Call of Duty may aspire to realism, but it's a better game when it acknowledges its silly side.

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Nov 20, 2013

It is so rare to see a virtual world realised with such brio and charm that it’s hard to hold the game’s old-fashioned mechanics against it.

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Nov 20, 2013

The famous plumber's latest outing on Wii U is the most fun you'll have with a platform game this year.

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Dec 3, 2013

The Roman Empire provides the setting fo Xbox One's Ryse, a visually stunning but distressingly shallow hackathon.

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Dec 4, 2013

Resogun is a marvellous, frantic shoot em up, and the surprise star of the PlayStation 4 launch lineup.

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A Link Between Worlds is familiar but fabulous, offering the leanest version yet of Nintendo’s long-standing adventure. Tom Hoggins returns to Hyrule

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Jan 10, 2014

This Xbox One port of the top-down Windows Phone shooter has fizzy gunplay but mediocre missions and questionable monetisation

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The second season of 2012 game of the year builds a strong basis for success, but there are fears it may have lost sight of what made The Walking Dead so good to begin with

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