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76.1 average score
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58.1% of games recommended
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Iceborne is another generous layer of content for Monster Hunter World fans, but along the way it also makes a lot of welcome changes that existing players and newbies will enjoy.

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Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch takes what the original DS games did so well and pushes it to the next level. With the integration of the Joy-Con, multiplayer games and challenging tasks, this is by far one of the most varied ways to keep your brain active through gaming. However, some of the features - like handwriting and motion sensing - don't work as intended consistently. In addition, those who have a Switch Lite will, unfortunately, miss out on a lot of the content.

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Dominic Preston & Alex Walker-Todd

It means Fallen Order feels functional rather than fantastic. It's a good but not great game that never really bothers even trying to be original, instead coasting by on the strength of its source material. But it treats that source material with such open love and affection that Star Wars fans will struggle not to get carried along on the ride, though those who aren't strong with the Force can probably get away with steering clear.

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Nov 26, 2019

For 99 percent of people, we'd recommend giving this a miss. There are better games out there and what Shenmue 3 does do well, largely the world and the process of digging into it, is ruined by the many many things it doesn't quite pull off. If you're a big fan of immersing yourself in a world or you loved the earlier Shenmue games, go wild, but your money would be spent better elsewhere.

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Nov 7, 2019

Aesthetic, soundtrack, car customisation… Need For Speed Heat has it all except for the most important part: the driving. A clumsy drifting mechanic, clumsy feeling cars and a lack of physicality hamper the game, but that doesn't mean you can't have some fun with it.

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Oct 28, 2019

Luigi’s Mansion 3 is a slick reminder that Luigi remains Nintendo’s most wasted asset (sorry Waluigi fans), and he and the ghosts are as charming and characterful as anything in a mainline Mario game.

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This is a stunning return to form for a franchise that many people were just about ready to write off. By being big and bold with the return of its most successful tentpole, Activision has given a new lease of life to the shooter.

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Oct 25, 2019

The Outer Worlds looks an awful lot like Fallout in space, but a bigger emphasis on roleplaying helps it feel different to the Bethesda beast, even if the satire occasionally falls flat

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Oct 17, 2019

Ring Fit Adventure hits the sweet spot for an exercise title. There's enough depth to the RPG elements to keep you coming back day-in, day-out, without ever becoming so inaccessibly deep as to put anyone who's never touched Skyrim.

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Oct 8, 2019

From top to bottom this is meant to make you feel like Keanu’s iconic assassin, and when it pulls off the trick Hex feels like nothing else out there. Unfortunately after a few hours the devs run out of surprises, and with a strictly limited moveset you'll likely become more aware of all the things that movie Wick does that his videogame counterpart simply can't.

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