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Assassin’s Creed Mirage Review

Assassin’s Creed has become one of those staple games we expect to see every couple of years, having been around the block a few times, Ubisoft is always looking for ways to reinvent the series. Going back to Origins, the game took a GIANT RPG leap forward and started to become a bigger and more robust experience since then. In many eyes, these games while great, often lost themselves and were just giant to be giant. Lots of collectables, side…

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Forza Motorsport Review

It’s been a hot minute since we have had a Forza Motorsport game, we had two great entries in the Horizon series since the last one. Has the time off given this series a chance to reinvent itself? Perhaps continue to absolutely master the art of racing games? Or does it just bring things back to the way they used to be? Yes to all of the above, kind of…. Forza Motorsport is a sim racing video game at its…

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Capcom: Are Games Really Too Cheap?

You hear that, gamers? Capcom boss Haruhiro Tsujimoto reckons you’re paying too little for your video games – and maybe he’s kind of right. It’s hard to argue his point too much. In the middle of a cost-of-living crisis we’ve seen increasing prices, increasingly aggressive monetisation, experimentation with AI and NFTs and a whole host of other ways to nickel and dime people who, by and large, just want to play a cool game. But we have to admit that…

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Lies of P Review

If you’d have told me that one of my favourite games of 2023 would be a Soulslike based on Pinocchio, I’d have laughed and laughed. And yet here we are. Lies of P takes the formula perfected by From in Dark Souls and Elden Ring and makes an impressive job at replicating it. This is addictive, dark and fun. It’s also difficult. Arguably it’s more difficult than some of the From games. But as always in this genre, there is…

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These are the IPs Microsoft Will Soon Own

The Microsoft/Activision deal has been given a preliminary approval by the UK’s CMA and that means it will be closing within a fortnight. The biggest deal in tech history is coming to a close. This has been by no means a foregone conclusion. The deal made a lot of legal sense, but some regulators seemed desperate to shut it down. We went from being fairly positive it would close, to some industry analysts giving it a less than 20 percent…

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Nothing Will Stop Them, Not Even the Obstacles of this Dangerously Cute Puzzle Platformer (PC)

Have you ever been lost in a song so deeply that you’re transported into another world, a preferred nature spot, or just find peace within the colors and shapes of a painting? Faerie Afterlight has done this for me. Created by the developers, Clay Game Studios, this Indonesian influenced game, with lovely music, folk art and beautiful visuals transported me into what might be the coziest and most chill Metroidvania I have played since both Ori games. The Story You…

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Mineko’s Night Market – Gameplay Trailer | TGS 2023

Mineko’s Night Market will be coming to the Nintendo Switch and STEAM September 26th, 2023. Check out the new Tokyo Game Show (TGS) trailer for the game below along with our thoughts on the game. Mineko’s Night Market is a simulation game thats coming to the Switch and STEAM next week on September 26th, 2023. Hey, thats next week! The game looks really good. If you like simulation games, this one will let you craft and create things and then…

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Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth Looks Like A Technical Triumph

,I’ve made no secret about my love for Final Fantasy VII. The remake was a long-awaited treasure, and this week’s trailer for its sequel, Rebirth, made me pre-order immediately. It will be a masterpiece. And while I’m mostly saying that as an excited fan, it’s undeniable that the trailer showed a game that I didn’t think was possible. The scope and scale of Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth is something far in excess of what I expected. Suddenly the “coming on…

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The Great Unity Meltdown

Game engines aren’t supposed to cause major problems for their users. Usually when they do, it’s accidental. This week Unity bucked that trend. And while there is no shortage of column space around this very issue, it’s worth another look. It could very easily impact on the way we all play our games old and new. So as a quick recap: Unity decided to change their deal with developers. They would charge a set fee of $0.20 for every download…

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The Crew Motorfest Review

It’s hard to put out a racing game today and not be compared to things like Forza or Gran Tourismo, which are the cream of the crop in the gaming world to be honest. But Ubisoft tries their damnedest with The Crew Motorfest. Eight years ago, with THE CREW 1, they  brought to life a vision of a shared open world filled with car adventures. They gave players the opportunity to experience the illegal street racing fantasy in the whole…

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