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Game review: Painting art in Concrete Genie
Your goal at the beginning of the game is very simple because Ash has to literally light up the drab parts of town using his magical paint brush.
Game review: Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint
This game is meant to be played with teammates as you’ll struggle a lot if you decide to play it all by yourself.
Game review: NHL 20 (PS4)
EA Sports serves up this year’s ice hockey bonanza, NHL 20.
Game review: Code Vein
Even though Code Vein is a hard game, the one thing I like most about it is that you can have an A.I. partner. Having a partner to help you kill off enemies is really helpful.
Game review: Borderlands 3 is bulletloads of murder and mayhem
No plot points here - Borderlands 3 thoughts from a serious gamer and thoughts from the casual gamer.
Game review: Petoons Party could have been great, but it isn't
It could have been a fun game for young kids to sit and compete against friends if the controls were better and the mini games were fair.
Game review: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening on the Switch
Link’s Awakening on Nintendo’s Switch is as if the developers had taken my rose-tinted memory of the original Game Boy game and put it in my Switch.
Game review: FIFA 20
There are three certainties in life - death, taxes and EA Sports releasing a new version of FIFA every year.
Game review: Revisiting Final Fantasy VIII
This remaster mainly improves the blocky PSOne style graphics, and it adds cheats to make the game easier for new players.
Hands-on review: Spyro Reignited Trilogy for Nintendo Switch
How well did this trilogy age? Is the switch a good home for it? This is what I aim to find out.
Game review: Gears 5 features a lot of fun action
The story campaign is arguably the best of the series and it’s the longest of the franchise too.
Game review: Erica gets released on PS4
Erica starts off in a scary manner because one of the first things that happen in the game is the death of her father. The main goal of the game is to find out who shot her father and why. As you progress further into the game, you also find out what happened to her mother too.
Game review - The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan
Sure you can try to save every character, although many of them can die early on too if you’re not good enough!
Game review: Control (PC)
Telekinetic abilities allow Jesse to send out a powerful melee blast, launch object into the air, evade attacks by moving quickly, make a shield from debris and even levitate.
Game review: Madden NFL 20 (Xbox One)
On the outside, American football is a bit like the bizarre offspring of rugby and a game of chess, where the pieces are huge refrigerator-sized men. If you think a game of rugby union is a bit stop-start, it's got nothing on NFL.
Game review - Wolfenstein: Youngblood
The game is designed to be played co-operatively, with each player controlling one of the sisters. You can play solo with an AI sister, but it’s pretty clear that the developers have not refined the game for Johnny-no-mates players.
Game review: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled - the hardest Switch racing game
The difficulty provides hardcore gamers with a challenge that will keep them playing.
Game review: Super Mario Maker 2, The last 2D Mario game you need to buy
No matter which Super Mario game is your favourite, there is a way to create a level in that style.
Game review: Planet Coaster - Ghostbusters expansion (PC)
Theme park management game, Planet Coaster, gets a rather spooky expansion with Planet Coaster: Ghostbusters.
Game review: F1 2019 (PC)
The game models tyre wear, fuel efficiency and aerodynamics among other physical attributes of the cars. Expert players can tune cars with more efficient set-ups and even make adjustments on the fly - whilst racing.
Game review: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled races on all major platforms
The graphical differences are stunning because every character model has been redone and the levels look far better than they ever did on the humble PSone console.
Game review: My Friend Pedro (PC)
If Deadpool was a 2.5D shooter, it would be My Friend Pedro, with the banana Pedro being a surrogate for the Marvel madman’s internal monologue.
Game Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr (PC)
Elsweyr is this year’s major helping of new content, significantly more that than found in the steady stream of DLC that the players enjoy throughout the year.
Game Review: Total War: Three Kingdoms (PC)
This is probably the best-looking Total War game, ever.