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190 games reviewed
75.8 average score
80 median score
66.7% of games recommended
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Mar 3, 2017

Blending familiar gameplay with a stunning new world and dynamic lead character, Horizon is a tour de force for Sony's console

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A rich gaming experience that offers seasoned Zelda players a breath of fresh air and newcomers an engaging adventure to get to grips with. If you're a role-playing fan then you should be playing this game right now.

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Mar 21, 2017

NieR:Automata is one of the finest games I have ever played. It is a genuine masterpiece.

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Apr 1, 2017

Whether you're new to Mass Effect or a long-time fan like me, there's a passable adventure here. But in order to actually have any fun you'll have to ignore the enormous amounts of chaff and stick to the story.

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Apr 5, 2017

There's some real fun to be had here in spite of its nuisances and both platformer fans of old and newcomers alike will find this enjoyable.

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Apr 10, 2017

The harsh reality is that I wanted to love it just as much as anyone else. The team is clearly talented and Yooka-Laylee is a work of passion, but it's simply not enough. Yooka-Laylee is simply a chore to play and it relies too heavily on past glories and self-referential humour.

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The Disney Afternoon Collection is clearly the work of a team who care a great deal about video games and their preservation. Extras include high-quality images of design documents, cover arts, posters and more - many of which had previously been considered lost. A lot of love has gone into every frame of this, right down to its menus, and I cannot wait to see which titles developer Digital Eclipse tackle next. However, whilst some titles are platformer gems, others are somewhat unextraordinary and I can't imagine newcomers would stick with any titles.

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May 1, 2017

Despite its straightforward gameplay, Little Nightmares is a title worth putting in the handful of hours that it'll take you to complete, and you'll be surprised by how much ends up sticking with you.

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Lasting a few hours, this additional content may be too brief to justify a purchase from those with only a fleeting interest in the game. One of its three colosseums is frustrating to play, and the only new musical track can hardly be heard over cheering sound effects. However, for hardcore fans, three new varied challenges, a secret boss fight, a range of customisation items and a tragic story that lives up to the base game makes what was already one of video gaming's greatest accomplishments even better.

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May 16, 2017

Though it perhaps worked best on the PSP, with alternative control methods and 4K graphics, it's a welcome addition to the PS4 library and I can only hope that more PSP classics receive similar treatment.

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