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Here in Reviews, we play games so you don't have to! No, that's stupid. What we will do, however, is provide in-depth looks at and opinions on a variety of new releases, from triple-A titles to the many unique Nindies. Our reviewers will break down the pros and cons; the rest is up to you.

‘Chess Ultra’ is an Immersive Must for Any Chess Fan

In an eShop of over 200 games of various genres, the classic strategic gameplay of Chess Ultra is a welcome addition to the spread.

‘Sonic Forces’ Review: A Lack Of Self-Awareness

If Sonic Mania is a love letter to fans, then Sonic Forces is a death threat. It's yet another reminder that Sonic Team are stranded a million miles away from what makes a Sonic title enjoyable to begin with.

‘Assassin’s Creed Origins’ – No Mere Mirage but a Redefining Moment for the Franchise

Assassin's Creed Origins is a must play title that will keep you occupied for upwards of forty hours with the base content alone and thanks to the post-launch content that's planned.
Cogmind

‘Cogmind’ is Immersive Science Fiction Done Right

The most immediately striking element of Cogmind is its visual design. Made from the ground up with ASCII character art, the UI is gorgeous.

‘Stranger Things: The Game’ is surprisingly well-made and hard to put down

Step into the upside down with Stranger Things: The Game, available on iOS and Android, and catch a glimpse of season 2 in time for Halloween
Enter the Gungeon

Shoot, Dodge, Roll: ‘Enter the Gungeon’

Enter the Gungeon Developed by Dodge Roll Published by Devolver Digital Available on PC (Windows, Linux), Mac, PS4 What do you get when you cross twin-stick shooters like Smash...

‘Super Mario Odyssey’ Review: Brilliantly Bodacious, Ingeniously Incredible

The fact remains that Mario has always been the undisputed king of the video gaming universe, and a true icon of the medium. Super Mario Odyssey re-solidifies this statement, cementing Nintendo's mascot as a model hero for each and every one of us.

‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ Review: Putting the ‘Person’ in First Person Shooters

Wolfenstein II is an experience I’ll not forget in a hurry, and one I’d happily dip into for a third (and final) installment - just as long as I finally get to kill Mecha Hitler.

‘Life is Strange Before the Storm’ Episode Two is a Force of Nature

There are two fires burning in Arcadia Bay; one that is engulfing the forests, and another that is eating the heart of our teen protagonist.

‘A Hat in Time’ Hits All the Right Notes to Become an Instant Classic

Gears for Breakfast has done a fantastic job of revisiting an old genre with a new, fresh perspective.