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Unscored - Blood & Truth
Jun 3, 2019

While there’s an inherent fumbliness to Blood & Truth – I’m not ashamed to admit I’ve dropped a grenade under my own ass, my friend – it’s a game that wants you to feel and look cool. When you’re in the zone, it’s the closest to playable John Wick as we’re likely going to get – that is if John Wick liked flipping people off and collecting vape bottles.

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May 17, 2019

An extraordinarily competent racer

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Unscored - Rage 2
May 13, 2019

If you sleep on it, you’re sleeping on one of the best – if not the best – single-player FPS games of this generation.

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Unscored - Days Gone
Apr 25, 2019

While it’s still slightly better than most recent Xbox One exclusives, Days Gone just isn’t anywhere near the quality of the majority of PS4 first-party releases.

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Apr 15, 2019

Nintendo Labo VR is basic, but it’s immediately more fun than its expensive peers

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Hopefully this is just the start, with similar quality releases of the latter three games and hopefully a further sequel yet to come following this. Rest assured – these are a fantastic way to revisit familiar adventures for existing fans and a must-play in the genre for everybody else. At last, they’ve got a current release definitively worth bothering with.

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Unscored - Tropico 6
Mar 29, 2019

It’s a confident game that plays it safe, offering simple iterations and smart tweaks to the already well-trodden and successful styling of the series to offer up an entry that, at the very least, is superior to its direct predecessor.

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Mar 28, 2019

This is a game that’s elevated by that choice of art and the way that design interlaces and works to create new play opportunities within the sweet sandbox of each level.

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Mar 25, 2019

It’s Bloodborne but faster, with fewer crutches yet somehow more fair. It’s also one of the best games released so far in what’s already looking like a strong 2019.

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Mar 18, 2019

For now, I have to at least commend The Division 2 for getting the basics right. There’s a compelling endgame, there’s loot that actually matters, and missions don’t feel like they’re copy and pasted to bulk out the runtime. If some of the frustrations can be ironed out, it could be the best of its genre.

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Unscored - RICO
Mar 11, 2019

It’s not going to win any Game of the Year awards, but if you’re looking for a fun co-op game that scratches a similar itch to something like PayDay, Rico is well worth picking up.

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Unscored - Devil May Cry 5
Mar 6, 2019

Though it’s not without its flaws, DMC 5 is a game where action is king.

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Unscored - Crackdown 3
Feb 14, 2019

All things considered, Crackdown 3 being this enjoyable represents a minor miracle, and I’d love to see what these teams are capable of with the franchise without being dicked around by corporate for half a decade.

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Feb 14, 2019

Though this standalone spin-off shamelessly reheats the map and overhaul mechanics of Far Cry 5, it introduces enough new ideas and winning missions to make its apocalyptic mark just about worth it.

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Unscored - Metro Exodus
Feb 13, 2019

By taking its grim post-apocalyptic world above ground into wide, open areas, Metro Exodus adds a smart and engaging twist while retaining the series’ identity.

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Lauren Aitken
Jan 29, 2019

Quote not y If you’re looking for a survival, space-exploration shooter that’s oddly relaxing, then Genesis Alpha One is for you

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Unscored - Resident Evil 2
Jan 22, 2019

For my money, Resident Evil 2 Remake is right up there with Resident Evil 4 as the best game in the series. It’s the perfect blend of nostalgia and the new, marrying a classic game with contemporary game design, and a prime candidate for those Game of the Year lists. In January! Capcom clearly has no chill.

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Unscored - Vane
Jan 16, 2019

Whether you’re a big indie fan or a newbie like me, Vane is well worth your time.

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Jan 15, 2019

Where most publishers are trying to squeeze as much as possible out of people, juicing those nostalgia glands for every penny, here we have a sensible price point for a decent older game that’s been blown up to look passable on a modern screen.

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Tales of Vesperia is a classic JRPG that goes back to the roots of what made the series shine. Despite its flaws when it comes to its setting and style, earnest storytelling, a fantastic combat system, and memorable cast of characters make the game worth that ten year wait.

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