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76.2 average score
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67.7% of games recommended
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For series veterans, there's not a huge improvement over the original, but if you like snazzier graphics this may well give you a reason to give SE V2 another blast, if only to tide you over for the many months until Sniper Elite 5 is released.

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Besides the minor issues of the game feeling a little padded out, A Plague Tale: Innocence does a great job of creating a single player experience that's meaningful and enjoyable to play throughout.

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Apr 27, 2019

As it stands, World War Z is a game that should bring you a good few entertaining hours blasting zombies away with some buddies.

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Phoenix Wright's first three adventures return in HD and on multiple platforms, prettier but not better than ever

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Apr 22, 2019

If you are a diehard Mortal Kombat fan and you must own this game just for the story and local competitive play then this review isn’t going to stop you from purchasing it. But until NetherRealm fixes its issues with connectivity and offers an experience that is friendly for consumers you are better off waiting for it to lower in price.

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Matthew Osborn
Apr 17, 2019

Shadowgate really suits the on the go feel of the Nintendo Switch. Staying true to the 2014 version will please fans and with the art style, this point-and-click game was a pleasure to play even if it's incredibly hard at times. The controls are adapted well but do take some time to really grasp as there are a lot of options and customisation available, making it clunky at first. Fans of the original game will love the updated graphics and extended puzzles, but newer players might find it hard to get stuck into.

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Apr 12, 2019

The Labo VR kit is fun to build, really fun to play with.

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Matthew Osborn
Apr 10, 2019

The games progression loop feels wonderful and the simple art style is great, but there is only so long before your interest will probably start to wane. Once you get to wave 400 to 600 you are well kitted out and almost invincible. Without a genuine real player vs player mode the other two modes feel a little empty and pointless, but could have real potential if you could play it with others. There are also few bugs and strange issues from being a port, but overall Grave Keeper is fun and entertaining.

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Apr 9, 2019

Fans of Yoshi will love it, as it is everything you would expect. Meanwhile, those who haven't taken the dinky dino for a spin before will pick this up quick enough and possibly wonder why they've never played the previous games. It is one for the collection for sure.

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Whether you're a Dark Souls veteran or not, this is a game that will truly test your patience as well as the tensile strength of your joypad. It's like what I imagine running a marathon would be like. For all of the joyous, cathartic highs that come from making even the smallest amount of progress, Sekiro's difficulty means it's tough to recommend to everyone, narrowing its appeal to those with the tenacity to devote to it. But like Mr Miyagi's onerous training regime in The Karate Kid, Sekiro will put you through the ringer, if only because deep down it knows you can succeed if you put your mind to it.

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Post-apocalyptic Washington DC is a joy to explore with the game offering so much from the very start

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Mar 8, 2019

Everything in DMC5’s presentation, from the dynamic soundtrack to the beautiful ethereal backdrop made possible by Capcom’s RE Engine, is so lovingly realised that at times it's hard to know what to focus on.

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Mar 4, 2019

Would I recommend The Occupation? Yes. If you like real stealth and a kind of nostalgia and have a good gaming session you can dedicate to the game. It will reward you well. If you are a gamer with not much time, I am not too sure. But I certainly wouldn’t let that put you off giving it a go.

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Feb 24, 2019

4A has taken so much of what worked well from the previous games and improved upon them. Where possible it also switches up so many established concepts on their head, meaning you're never completely safe. This leads to some memorable, intense experiences with plenty of leeway to play the game your way.

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Feb 22, 2019

As it stands, Anthem needs some work done to it if we want to see its full glory.

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Feb 21, 2019

Tetris is a pretty singular experience by itself and turning it into a massive multiplayer experience is such an intense joy that it’s hard to understand why no one has done something quite like this before.

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The 2D skateboarding series comes to Switch and is worth checking out whether you're new to it or not

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Feb 14, 2019

This latest dose of open world superhuman crime fighting action feels like a missed opportunity

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Feb 14, 2019

New Dawn doesn’t ask complicated questions about what it all means for the fate of its world, it just asks you to enjoy it while it lasts.

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Feb 13, 2019

The game is one for the long run, bringing some fantastic new features to the genre that set it apart from its rivals.

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