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Mario Golf: World Tour Preview

Mario Golf: World Tour Preview

Being a newcomer to the golfing video game genre, much less one themed around the world’s favourite Italian plumber, I wasn’t sure what to expect with Mario Golf: World Tour. Thankfully, the game is still a blast.

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Titanfall Review – Last Gen Swansong or Bomb?

Titanfall Review – Last Gen Swansong or Bomb?

A game has to be something special to be marked as one of key early events in the latest generation console war, yet that is undoubtedly how Titanfall, for better or for worse, will be remembered. Now finally released, Titanfall is underpinned by the hopes and fears of worldwide gamers and company CEOs alike.

No pressure then, Respawn Entertainment.

FIFA Ultimate Team 14: Top 5 In-forms This Christmas

FIFA Ultimate Team 14: Top 5 In-forms This Christmas

Ash lists the top 5 most desirable in-form players in EA Sports’ FIFA Ultimate Team this Christmas.

Review: Fly or Fall in ‘Skydive: Proximity Flight’

Review: Fly or Fall in ‘Skydive: Proximity Flight’

Skydive: Proximity Flight is a PSN/XBLA game that has you flying through rings and racing against other players as you fall through the sky in your wingsuit. But at its hefty price for a digital game, is it worth it?

Rayman Legends Review | The Sequel to the Greatest Ever Platformer

Rayman Legends Review | The Sequel to the Greatest Ever Platformer

With its predecessor standing as perhaps the greatest platformer of all time, how has Rayman Legends fared and is it worth your time and money?

ibb and obb Review | The Perfect PSN Swansong

ibb and obb Review | The Perfect PSN Swansong

ibb & obb is a local multiplayer puzzle-platformer for PSN with gravity-bending, momentum-based mechanics that will test you and your friend’s patience – but is it worth buying?

A Look Back At: Quantic Dreams’ Fahrenheit

A Look Back At: Quantic Dreams’ Fahrenheit

Looking forward to Beyond: Two Souls and enjoyed Heavy Rain? Chances are you missed out on this game that more-or-less sparked the genre — Quantic Dreams’ 2005 title Fahrenheit.

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