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140 games reviewed
74.1 average score
80 median score
55.2% of games recommended
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Mar 30, 2020

It’s still worth playing, but Resident Evil 3 Remake is a step backwards for Capcom, coming off the back of one of the best games of last year. It’s gorgeous to look at, the jump scares will get you, and it’s like stepping into a comfy pair of slippers. But even though your feet are cosy, it never feels like home.

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Mar 23, 2020

It turns out Valve just needed new tech. It just needed VR. And it’s what I needed, too.

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Mar 17, 2020

This is the strongest Doom has ever been.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is everything I hoped it would be, and it’s yet another stellar release that showcases a confident Nintendo at its best. It is excellent, and is easily another must-own Switch title – at least, if you can understand and embrace Animal Crossing’s uniquely lazy pace.

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Mar 12, 2020

Listen: Warzone is, like its skull-masked, kevlar-tucking “operators”, entirely solid. It bloody well should be, given its pedigree. But there is remarkably little interesting here – aside from flourishes like the sinister gulag section – to command our attention.

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Feb 17, 2020

Perhaps the greatest achievement of Hunt is that it has taken the unknowable, unexpected possibility space of something like Day-Z, and boiled it down to something you can, and must, play in under an hour.

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Street Fighter 5 is easily one of the best fighting games of this generation

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Zombie Army 4 is the reanimated corpse of gaming’s past, stitched together from the best bits of Sniper Elite. It’s a B-movie pastiche stuffed with classic movie references and thousands of heads (and bollocks) to pop. But most importantly, it’s a new game. A new, fairly-enjoyable video game in 2020 – what a concept.

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Jan 29, 2020

There’s a reason why it’s a classic.

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As any Trekkie will tell you, discovery is addictive, and Journey to the Savage Planet is almost all discovery.

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