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More action, less satisfaction
June 27, 2017 - After three incredible strategic adventures, the Valkyria series finally has an action RPG spin-off. Seeing as switching genres isn't inherently a bad thing, does Revolution provide enough of an enjoyable campaign for series fans?
Read more: Valkyria Revolution Review
Classic cooperative run and gun action
June 21, 2017 - Ever since Contra debuted 30 years ago, running and gunning with friends has been a winning formula. Dragon Bros retains this spirit of cooperative action in an impressively well put together package so get your trigger finger ready!
Read more: Dragon Bros Review
Lightning McQueen's still got it!
June 20, 2017 - The previous Cars games were surprisingly fun and well put together. Let's see if the latest entry in the game series (that happens to complement a brand new Cars movie) lives up to its predecessors.
Read more: Cars 3: Driven to Win Review
A potion-throwing good time
June 20, 2017 - Retro-inspired indie games that forge their own identity as opposed to merely emulating the classics are a rare breed. A Hole New World accomplishes this through its unique and undeniably fun gameplay so let's throw some potions at monsters!
Read more: A Hole New World Review
Knock-knock. Who's there?
June 19, 2017 - Survival horror games are ten a penny these days but Perception attempts to freshen things up with a novel premise and some unique gameplay mechanics. However, is that enough to help it stand out from the crowd?
Read more: Perception Review
The return of a fan-favourite location
June 17, 2017 - Two years after coming to consoles, The Elder Scrolls Online just got its largest expansion yet. Will a return to one of the series' most beloved locations be enough to lure players back to Tamriel?
Read more: The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Review
An action RPG as slick as Vic himself
June 13, 2017 - There have been tons of overhead action RPGs over the decades yet few have come close to the incredible world of Diablo. Now that Victor Vran is available for console with two substantial pieces of DLC, let's see how it holds up in the genre.
Read more: Victor Vran: Overkill Edition Review
Vehicle destruction that feels burned-out
June 10, 2017 - Back in 2002, Burnout 2 introduced gamers to Crash mode where you try and cause as much destruction as possible. 15 years later, Danger Zone is here to reintroduce this chaotic premise in a crazy new puzzle-like campaign full of car-crashing fun.
Read more: Danger Zone Review
Multiplayer platforming with dissociative identity
June 9, 2017 - The idea of a multiplayer platformer that puts you and your friends in challenging situations sounds awesome. However, does Jump Stars' gameplay live up to its clever premise?
Read more: Jump Stars Review
Build it up and fight it out
June 8, 2017 - You have to hand it to game developers who bring back long-lost hidden gems. As a DS classic from almost a decade ago, Lock's Quest is now available for modern consoles so let's see how it fares on the big screen.
Read more: Lock's Quest Review