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  • Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns

    Telling you to clean manure with a pitchfork and making it fun is the mark of a well-crafted fantasy farm simulator, and Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns makes scooping poop and dozens of other unpleasant-sounding tasks into a fun way to unwind. Trio of Towns works because it keeps its daily chores from becoming too repetitive. There are a few bumps on the road to market, but overall, Trio of To...
  • Ghost Recon Wildlands

    Tom Clancy’s fictional special forces operation is no stranger to adaptability. Over the course of the franchise’s 15-year history, the interventionist Ghosts have stymied Russian ultranationalists, destabilized the North Korean army, and squelched a Mexican insurgency. For its latest major operation, Ubisoft throws a squad of fresh faces into the massive open world of Bolivia, tasking them wi...
  • THE HUNTER: CALL OF THE WILD REVIEW

    Wild boar. Blacktail deer. Roosevelt elk. European bison. Beautiful, majestic creatures, all of which I’ve killed with a big gun in The Hunter, a semi-realistic hunting simulator set across two vast rural landscapes in Germany and America’s Pacific Northwest. But you can’t just sprint around firing your rifle like a Call of Duty protagonist: you have to be slow, quiet, and methodical if you wan...
  • Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

      After the first few hours of Mass Effect: Andromeda, I was discouraged–maybe even a little distraught. Within that short span of time, I’d already encountered unconvincing animations, bog standard missions, clunky user interface, stilted dialogue–basically every red flag you hope to avoid when approaching a lengthy shooter-RPG powered equally by action and story. Thankf...
  • Loot Rascals Review

    The opening cutscene of Loot Rascals, largely narrated by a teapot-headed British spaceman, establishes the game’s strange tone well. Instead of arriving at a holiday-resort planet to restore a medical unit’s antenna as intended, you crash on an alien moon and find yourself battling against the game’s eponymous “rascals” that have stolen the medical unit. To get it back, you’ll need to tr...
  • Wii U & Nintendo Switch

    From its mysterious opening to its action-packed conclusion, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a revolution for Nintendo’s revered series. It’s both a return to form and a leap into uncharted territory, and it exceeds expectations on both fronts. The game takes designs and mechanics perfected in other games and reworks them for its own purposes to create something wholly ne...
  • CIVILIZATION VI REVIEW

    By all rights, Civilization shouldn’t work after 25 years and six main editions. Fitting all human history into a single, epic game, while also satisfying the needs of longtime fans without becoming too complex for newcomers … is a tall order. Former lead designers Soren Johnson (IV) and Jon Shafer (V) went so far as to suggest that no strategy game designer in their right mind should attempt ...
  • AUTOMATA REVIEW

    What is life? What does it mean to be alive? Can we atone for our past sins, or are we doomed to repeat history forever? Maybe these weren’t the questions you expected from Nier: Automata, a game that – on the surface at least – is about a sexy robot fighting other robots with swords and a talking laser turret. But that sort of philosophical existentialism is exactly what you&...
  • Hollow Knight review – bug-ridden game

    Metroidvania must be the most popular genre of video game that has almost no representation amongst traditional big budget retail releases. And given how long it’s been since there was a new entry, that includes both Metroid and Castlevania. The Batman: Arkham games count, or at least the first one does, but other than that almost all Metroidvania games are indie titles. In fact, we’ve got ano...
  • Nintendo Switch launch causes decrease in porn traffic

    The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild has already been confirmed as one of the most critically acclaimed video games of all time, with more perfect scores on Metacritic than any other game in history. But now it has another accolade to add to the list: it’s stopped people from watching porn. Or at least that’s what YouPorn is claiming. They shared their (anonymous, you’ll be glad to know) ana...
  • Ace Combat 7 VR hands-on preview and interview

    The PlayStation VR headset was our favourite new hardware of 2016, but as is becoming increasingly obvious there’s worryingly few big-name VR games lined up for 2017. Apart from Sony’s sci-fi shooter Farpoint almost everything else is indie games. Which is just one of the reasons we were so excited to play Bandai Namco’s Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. Believe it or not the Ace Combat series is c...
  • Skylanders Imaginators Review

    Update March 2: Additional information about the Switch version of the game has been added to the bottom of the review. I’ve always thought of the Skylanders series as gateway titles for the next generation of gamers, with the series’ kid-friendly aesthetic and forgiving difficulty serving as gentle introductions to the wider world of games. Skylanders Imaginators is, in that sense,...
  • Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns Review

    Few could have predicted that the niche “social farm simulator” genre would become a hotbed of competition in 2017, but thanks to trademark shenanigans and the surprising success of indie favorite Stardew Valley, that’s where we are today. Publisher XSEED Games is once again looking to capture part of the audience for these charming life adventures with Story of Seasons: Trio of Tow...
  • Night In The Woods Review

    Both intensely personal and widely relatable, Night in the Woods doesn’t just tell a story–it gracefully captures complex, often unpleasant feelings and experiences. From the quiet melancholy of doing nothing on a rainy day to the emotional vacuum of severe depression, I felt deeply, sometimes too deeply, while wandering through the cartoon-animal version of a small Midwestern town. Its w...