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Star Wars Battlefront 2 review: Hero of the galaxy

With beautiful graphics and nonstop action, Star Wars Battlefront 2 delivers a distinct movie feel with no microtransactions (for now). I'm running to the entrance of the hallway - the clone troopers are already there on the other side. Five droids are standing at the entrance of the hallway, waiting for someone to break through. I charge up my shield...

Sonic Forces review: Running side by side

It isn't perfect, but Sonic Forces is really fun where it counts. And adding your own new character to the Sonic franchise is simply the best. Barely two months after the critically acclaimed, nostalgia filled masterpiece that is Sonic Mania, we get a new Sonic game, with a AAA production and full fledged 3D - Sonic Forces. Sonic Forces is the...

Metroid: Samus Returns review: Welcome back, we missed you

Metroid: Samus Returns review
The Metroid series, which has left its mark on hundreds of games, has celebrated its 30 year anniversary last year. After a long time without a classic Metroid 2D game, we finally got Metroid: Samus Returns. It's a remake of the second game of the series, Metroid II: Return of Samus. We play as Samus Aran, a badass intergalactic bounty...

Sonic Forces: Episode Shadow marks the return of the ultimate life-form

Episode Shadow shadow
Sonic Forces, probably the biggest Sonic games of this decade, attacks with a new game mode. This mode, titled Episode Shadow, will be added for free to the full game. Sonic Forces: Episode Shadow serves as a prequel to the story of the full game. In this episode, we'll play as Shadow the Hedgehog, Sonic's arch-rival. This add-on will provide some backstory...

Sonic Forces blasts off with a new gameplay mode and we played it

Sonic Forces
Sonic Mania is barely out the door and we've already had a chance to play the next big game in the series - Sonic Forces. We sprinted over to Sega's booth at Gamescom 2017, and played the latest demo of the game behind closed doors. Forces, developed by the same team that worked on the very successful Sonic Colors and...

Sonic Mania review: The Sonic craze is back

Sonic Mania review
Sonic the Hedgehog has been through ups and downs and many loop-the-loops in the past 26 years. Fans have started longing for those good-old 8-bit days, when Sonic was at its best. Thankfully, Sonic Mania is here to remind us just how good a Sonic game can be. Being a hardcore Sonic fan, I've played nearly all games in the series....

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle totally works as a strategy game

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle walking
When the first rumors and leaks of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle appeared around the web, many Mario fans feared the worst. Our concerns started to dissipate after the game was officially revealed at E3 earlier this year, but they didn't quite went away. Now, after playing the game at Gamescom, I can assure you there's nothing to worry about....

Shoot your friends in Zero-G in the LawBreakers open beta

LawBreakers open beta
LawBreakers is a first-person hero shooter with a twist: incredibly fast paced action in near-zero gravity. If that sounds like your thing, you should try the game's PC open beta. I'm playing it right now, and I really like it. You play LawBreakers in 2 groups of 5, in 3 different game modes: Turf War, in which you and your teammates must conquer...

The Walking Dead – A New Frontier review: Lucky there’s a family guy

A New Frontier review cover
Zombies, limited resources and raider packs are but a few of the challenges that could come your way in a zombie apocalypse. The Walking Dead Season 3: A New Frontier comes to show us how it all becomes terrifyingly more difficult when you need to take care of a family along the way. You can always expect Telltale Game's adventure titles...

The Elder Scrolls: Legends review: The lane more traveled

The Elder Scrolls: Legends review
Most of you have probably played some of the fantastic games brought to you by Bethesda, such as The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim or the amazing Fallout series. With these fantastic games in mind, I was disappointed to find that The Elder Scrolls: Legends, the company's first CCG title, was nothing more than a copy-pasted version of the popular Hearthstone in...

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