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  • Elex review

    Without being signed up to work on a big franchise, or having successfully developed one of its own over the course of 20 toilsome years, it can be tough for a studio to launch a new 3D open world RPG in a landscape dominated by Witchers, Mass Effects, Fallouts and Elder Scrolls. Piranha Bytes know this better than most, having birthed the revered Gothic series, only to see its legacy undermine...
  • Fire Emblem Warriors review

    For all its idiosyncratic brilliance, Hyrule Warriors – the first time that Nintendo loaned its characters and mythology to Koei Tecmo in return for a fidgety battlefield opus (this time dressed in felt green) – was an untidy marriage. On home turf, Link is a solitary warrior-errand boy. He typically works alone, and never at the head of a battalion of devoted footsoldiers. By contr...
  • A MORTICIAN’S TALE REVIEW

    I’ve just hooked a cadaver up to an embalming machine, dragging a cannula to the carotid artery and attaching the necessary tubing for fluid drainage. As the machine whirrs I trace patterns with my mouse over the cadaver, mimicking the action of massaging the body so as to evenly distribute the chemicals. A Mortician’s Tale is a curious project—it takes the death positivity movement, espe...
  • Mystery of Rivenhallows REVIEW

    The Good:A couple of clever puzzles; single music track somehow avoids being repetitive. The Bad:No story to speak of, just an introduction and predictable ending; graphics are bland; streamlined navigation limits exploration; puzzles are so easy you can solve some of them by accident. The idea of a seemingly happy place hiding dark secrets isn’t exactly a novel premise at this point, but whe...
  • Destiny 2 Replaces New Nightfall Strike After Issues Emerge

    Update: Bungie has replaced this week’s Nightfall Strike due to issues players were experiencing with Exodus Crash. For the remainder of the week, you can try your hand at the Nightfall version of Pyramidion. Along with that change, there are also new modifiers in place: Timewarp: Zero Hour(which prevents you from extending the time limit) and Torrent (increasing the rate at which your sk...
  • Etrian Odyssey 5: Beyond the Myth review

    Etrian Odyssey 5: Beyond the Myth does a number of unusual things, but perhaps nothing about it is so remarkable as the way it showcases the strange duality of the 3DS’s twilight days. On one hand, the platform is largely propped up by all-ages titles geared toward kids who have come into possession of 3DS systems as its price drops and their older siblings move along to livelier platforms. At ...
  • Rogue Trooper Redux review

    War is hell. But sometimes the view is spectacular. One of the most memorable things about Rogue Trooper first time round, on PS2 and Xbox in 2006, was its beautifully realised prog-rock skybox, a gorgeous, pulsing black hole haloed by sparkling particles that lazily waltzed in slow, chromatic eddies. The new Redux version again drops players directly into the action, firing you down into the t...
  • Gran Turismo Sport review

    Something had to give. After Gran Turismo 6, a wild, vast and maddeningly uneven game that whisked players from West Sussex to the moon and back in its eccentric hymn to the automobile, developer Polyphony Digital had to try a different tack. The result, a typically belated debut on Sony hardware from a studio renowned and often reviled for taking its sweet time over things, will likely prove a...
  • Wot I Think: A Hat In Time

    Where Yooka-Laylee attempted to revive Rare’s Banjo-Kazooie formula, A Hat in Time[official site] strikes at a different vein of nostalgia. The 3D platformer attempts to split the difference between the open-ended adventuring of Super Mario 64 and the more guided point-by-point platforming of Super Mario Galaxy. The result is a work of obvious grace and imagination that never attempts to rise ...
  • THE EVIL WITHIN 2 REVIEW

    The Evil Within 2 revels in its grotesqueness. Inside its opening five minutes, you’re forced to watch a young girl burn to death. Later, you repeatedly observe a man’s head explode by gunshot. Then you witness a scene so horrifically graphic I worry recounting it will cause me to bring up my lunch (it involves an incapacitated man being force-fed his own lunch to the point where it...
  • OVERGROWTH REVIEW

    It’s obligatory for every article on Overgrowth to start with a bit on how long it has been in development, so here’s mine: When Wolfire Games first started work on the rabbit beat ’em up, George W. Bush and Gordon Brown were still in office, the first Android phone had not yet launched, and there was only one Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. The Humble Bundle was a spin-off p...
  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole

    Since it began airing in 1997, South Park has challenged what a television show should be. It killed a recurring character every episode during its early years, and had a series retrospective clip show episode in the middle of its second season. Series creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone looked at the animated television medium and said, “We’re going to do something different.” For 2015’s The ...
  • The Mystery of Haunted Hollow REVIEW

    The Good:A wide variety of scenes to explore and plenty of puzzles to keep you occupied; a coherent story provides nice support and build-up to a clever twist. The Bad:Super easy puzzles, especially with the aid of an ever-present journal; obstacles are not well-integrated into the story. Point & Click’s casual puzzler series The Mystery of Haunted Hollow will have you swimming in ghosts, ...