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Games in review: The amazing versatility of Nintendo characters
Darren Price tales a look at Mario Tennis Aces and Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition.
PC game review: Observation
Observation casts players in the unusual role of the on-board space station AI, called S.A.M. As the game starts the AI is rebooting after an incident of some sort. There’s very little in the way of hints as to what to do. And this makes sense, as S.A.M.’s memory cores have been damaged.
Game review: Blood & Truth (PlayStation VR)
SIE London Studio releases VR action-movie inspired cockney crime caper, Blood & Truth for PlayStation VR. FutureFive’s Darren Price takes a butcher’s.
Game review: Rage 2 (PC)
The similarities between Mad Max and Rage 2 are very apparent. The overall setting and design aesthetic are clearly inspired, if not from the Mad Max game, from the Mad Max movies.
Hands-on PSVR preview: Blood & Truth
PlayStation VR fans who picked up a copy of VR Worlds with their headset will have had a taster of SIE London Studio’s Blood & Truth.
Game review: Mortal Kombat 11 packs a powerful punch
Mortal Kombat 11 feels much smoother and more responsive than every other MK video game I’ve ever played. I found it easier to execute combos and the overall fighting mechanics felt great. Not to mention it is fun to see the gory action of the Fatalities when you do them correctly.
Game review: Zombies roam the Earth in Days Gone
Unlike other post apocalyptic games like the Fallout series, the game actually looks pretty for the most part. You will see a lot of wildlife and vegetation blooming while the south end of the game is all cold and snowy.
Game review: MLB The Show 19 hits a home run
MLB The Show 19 is by far the best looking game in the entire series. Not only do the graphics look good, but developer Sony San Diego has made the animations look more fluid and smoother than they have ever been.
Game review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a punishing experience
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a very hard game, but it’s really rewarding and satisfying once you understand the core mechanics. Just make sure to be patient because blindly hacking and slashing won’t get you very far!
Game review: Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
Ubisoft has listened to all of the fan feedback and I can proudly say that Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is a much better experience over the first game.
Game review: Dead or Alive 6 is ready to rumble
f you want future DLC, I suggest it’s better for you to save your money as it is way too expensive at its current price.
Game review: Metro Exodus on Xbox One
A Games have taken Metro Exodus out of Moscow and really opened it up.
Game review: Far Cry New Dawn takes you to the apocalypse
My favourite side character ended up being a dog that I saved that was locked up by The Highwaymen.
Get on the piste with When Ski Lifts Go Wrong
You want to be picking up all three stars for each level, but you can progress to the next as long as you’ve successfully got your skier over the line.
Game review: Anime characters join in Jump Force
The first thing you will notice about Jump Force is the impressive roster of over 42 playable characters for you to select.
Game review: Crackdown 3 launches on Xbox One and PC
Crackdown 3 is an average game that may have come out 10 years too late, writes Damian Seeto.
Game review: Kingdom Hearts III finally releases on PS4 and Xbox One
While it might be hard to understand the main plot of the game, the individual side stories when you visit Disney movie themed planets are where the game truly shines.
Game review: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
FutureFive’s Darren Price takes the highway to the danger zone with the latest entry in Bandai Namco’s air combat simcade franchise.
DLC review: Marvel’s Spider-Man ‘Silver Lining’
Not only is the main story fun to play through, but Spider-Man also ties up loose ends with the side missions too.
Game review: Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition
Tales of Vesperia is a game that came out back in 2008, although not many people had the chance to play it initially.
Hands-on review: Starlink: Battle for Atlas enters the galaxy
If you don’t have a lot of disposable income to spend, I’d say it’s best to avoid this game.
Another yarn with Unravel Two
Two’s company in this delightful sequel to Coldwood Interactive’s acclaimed platformer.
Game review: NBA 2K19 steps onto the court
NBA 2K19 is not as predatory as NBA 2K18 although the MyCareer mode is still a huge grind. No matter how long you play the game, virtual currency is everywhere and you need to earn it in order to increase the statistics for your player.
Hands-on review: Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Following on from 2015’s Rise of the Tomb Raider, the English archaeologist and her Kiwi companion, Jonah, find themselves in Mexico on the trail of the mysterious organisation, Trinity.