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FarCry 5 Review

Ah, FarCry. Home of radicals, mutants, despots, and wildly aggressive badgers. I’ve missed you. For a series known for its exotic and outlandish locales, FarCry 5 is a bit of a departure, with the action taking place in the fictional Hope…

Spyro Reignited Trilogy announced

After leaks, rumours, and mysterious eggs turning up at media outlets, the announcement has finally occurred. The first 3 Spyro games are being released as a rebuilt package, looking similar in nature to the N'Sane trilogy did for Crash.…

Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet review

Allow me to start this review with a brief quotation from the Sword Art Online wiki. “The game will follow the events of Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization. Gun Gale Online was released by Zaskar, following the advent of The Seed. The…

The First Time: Spyro

Christmas 1998 was a big one for my family. Sure, it wasn’t snowing, and I wasn’t old enough to drink yet, but this was the year that we got a PlayStation. My only console experience before this was with my original recipe GameBoy and a few…

Monster Hunter World Review

There’s a lot to be said for games that don’t hold your hand every step of the way. Honestly, I prefer them over the majority of modern games, with their endless tutorials for the most basic of tasks. Monster Hunter as a series has never…

DOOM (Switch) review

The Switch is definitely not DOOMed. Since I reviewed Skyrim while pretending to be playing DOOM, I was going to be hilarious and pretend I was playing Skyrim while playing DOOM. But it doesn’t work as well. Six hours in I was bored with…

Skyrim (Switch) Review

I'm caught between High Rock and a hard place this week. With DOOM releasing on Switch almost alongside Skyrim, you inevitably have to choose between the two. Or do you? Binary choices aren't my style, so instead, I did what any rational…

Assassin’s Creed Origins review

Assassin’s Creed Origins is a great game, with wonderful characterisation, beautiful visuals and audio, but too much water. I initially intended that to be snide, but it’s actually pretty dead-on. ACO takes us back to the beginning of the…