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It'll drive you crazy
April 19, 2018 - One of last year's biggest surprises from veteran game developer Ninja Theory is finally available for Xbox One. If you still haven't played it yet then unsheathe your blade and let's see if it puts up a fight.
Read more: Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice Review
Remember the Titans?
April 17, 2018 - Pledge your allegiance to the Scout Regiment and annihilate some titans while experiencing both seasons of the massively popular anime.
Read more: Attack on Titan 2 Review
A must-have hidden gem
April 13, 2018 - From Marble Madness to Super Monkey Ball; carefully rolling spheres through tricky stages has been enjoyable for decades. So, how does The Little Ball That Could stack up against these timeless classics?
Read more: The Little Ball That Could Review
Of Men and Monarchs
April 11, 2018 - Indie turn-based strategy RPGs are a hit and miss genre. Regalia: Royal Edition is a bold attempt at crafting an immersive and diverse entry in the genre so prepare to build your kingdom and let's see how it holds up.
Read more: Regalia: Royal Edition Review
April 4, 2018 - Bring your own platforms to this super-fun indie 2D platformer / neon infused dance party.
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A boy and his giraffe
April 3, 2018 - Indie 2D platformers are a dime a dozen and it takes a lot for one to stand out. The Adventure Pals sure is a silly and fun-filled entry in the genre but is it worth playing? Put your pet rock in your pocket and let's see.
Read more: The Adventure Pals Review
Gone in 60 Seconds
April 3, 2018 - Take a minute to find out if this sixty second adventure from JW, Kitty, Jukio, and Dom and Devolver Digital is right for you.
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A New Hope County
March 26, 2018 - The Far Cry series takes its first trip to America with this explosive entry in Ubisoft's popular first-person shooter franchise.
Read more: Far Cry 5 Review
Redefining cooperative gaming
March 22, 2018 - Co-op games are generally laidback experiences as players can come and go as they please. However, A Way Out is here to prove that an entire cooperative story-driven game can be enjoyable and man, is it an absolute thrill.
Read more: A Way Out Review
March 21, 2018 - First-person puzzlers are fairly uncommon in the indie gaming realm so find out if QUBE 2 can scratch your itch to solve clever puzzles.
Read more: Q.U.B.E. 2 Review