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Fallout 4 – Review

Fallout 4 – Review

Fallout 4’s greatest strength is also at times its greatest weakness, which can be summed up/forgiven/excused/berated (delete as appropriate to your preference on this) as “being a Bethesda game.” Even since the initial reviews came out and having talked with many people about this, it has become a bit of a Marmite subject in that you love this or ... Read More »

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7.5
Life Is Strange – A Reflection

Life Is Strange – A Reflection

It’s done. It’s all over. The story of Max Caulfield and her unexplained power to rewind time has come to a climax, and it was an amazing journey. Having previously covered the first episode of Life is Strange for TheGameJar, I thought I’d do a reflection on the whole series. Well, unless they do make a direct sequel but I’m really hoping that does... Read More »

Star Wars Battlefront – Review

Star Wars Battlefront – Review

From the 17th to 19th Centuries, Nostalgia was thought of as a disease. If that’s the case then Star Wars is an epidemic. There isn’t a childhood memory amongst us that doesn’t involve Star Wars in some way, even if you aren’t a fan and your best mate over hyped it. But what’s incredible is that for many of us born bef... Read More »

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8.0
WWE 2K16 – Review

WWE 2K16 – Review

As a wrestling fan, I feel equally as good about this year’s WWE game as I do bad about it. There has been a lot promised like a bigger roster, more creation options and just a general improvement on everything in the game. In many presentations and demonstrations we saw, this game was being referred to as “Year One”. In the minds... Read More »

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6.0
Star Wars: Battlefront Beta Impressions

Star Wars: Battlefront Beta Impressions

With that trailer coming out of Paris Games Week, and the internet just generally abuzz with everything Star Wars, I’ve been reflecting back on the recent Star Wars Battlefront beta and what I took away from it. Especially seeing as the first 10 hours of the game are now available to play on EA Access. Having missed the first two installments of Ba... Read More »

Christopher Brookmyre’s Bedlam – Review

Christopher Brookmyre’s Bedlam – Review

The games pastiche has become something of its own genre in recent years, as we’ve seen an increasing number of interactive love letters – games that wear their very clear influences on their very large sleeves – produced in recent years. Some of them work very well. Shovel Knight, for example, is held in incredibly high regard as a homage to... Read More »

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2.0
Christopher Brookmyre’s Bedlam – Interview

Christopher Brookmyre’s Bedlam – Interview

Christopher Brookmyre’s Bedlam is now out on PC, Xbox One and PS4. You can read Andy’s review of it here, but Sean has keenly followed the game’s progress over the past year and enjoyed his time with the game and its concept. He also a massive book nerd, so we got him to chat with the author of the book and the game, Christopher B... Read More »

PES 2016 – Review

PES 2016 – Review

I’m just going to come out and say this straight up. PES 2016 is the best football game in years. It’s definitely the best football game of the past five years and definitely the best on this current generation of consoles. Is it the best ever? No, but that’s not because of anything the game does, more of the times we live in and ... Read More »

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8.5
Drink’n Games Halloween Spooktacular – Zombies Ate My Neighbors

Drink’n Games Halloween Spooktacular – Zombies Ate My Neighbors

Welcome to Drink’n Games! A semi-regular-ish feature wherein our intrepid American correspondent and all around snobby jerk Tim tries pairing a beer he’s never tried with a game he loves, under a set of completely arbitrary rules, and records the results for both scientific study and the entertainment of YOU, our beloved reader! Got suggestions for... Read More »

Are the Xbox 360 and PS3 heading for their final swan song?

Are the Xbox 360 and PS3 heading for their final swan song?

Back in August, Warner Bros called time on Mortal Kombat X’s last generation development. Although I can’t say I’m surprised by this I still know loads of people who have yet to jump on board the current generation bandwagon. This game in particular was one of the bigger titles that most of my friends were waiting for. Yet this isn’t the firs... Read More »

WRC 5 – Review

WRC 5 – Review

It’s been a while since I’ve truly enjoyed throwing up the dirt, cutting hairpins and getting nostalgia for the old Subaru blue and gold colours. Sometimes it’s been sated by some excellent game modes and I have to say Forza Horizon 2 gave me some excellent car colours and choices, the Forza Horizon rally mode was an incredibly ch... Read More »

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7.0
Turtle Beach PX24 Headset – Review

Turtle Beach PX24 Headset – Review

There are quite a lot of headsets available and, for the price, this isn’t a bad deal at all. The market at the moment is full of differing prices, compatibility and brands making confusion rife for people probably buying one. We do like to do some hardware reviews for those of you who might not have the time to wade through everything, and p... Read More »

Battleborn – Interview with Randy Varnell

Battleborn – Interview with Randy Varnell

Back at Gamescom, Sean got to check out Battleborn, the new first person shooter from Gearbox that marries elements of online play and the MOBA character style with their unique design and vision. He was recently invited to check out how the game has moved along since then and also got a chance to sit down with Randy Varnell, the  Creative Director... Read More »

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – Review

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – Review

There have been many, many words written and spoken about what is almost certainly Hideo Kojima’s last game in the Metal Gear Solid franchise. Many of those words are on the labyrinthine story that reaches a circular culmination of sorts. Perhaps even more have been written about an unnecessarily semi-naked female assassin and whether or not we do ... Read More »

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8.0
LEGO Dimensions – Review

LEGO Dimensions – Review

Before I begin this review of LEGO Dimensions, we need to set the level straight on a few things, which are the most talked about issues people have with the physical and financial concept behind the game. There’s been a lot of talk regarding how much this game is going to cost. There’s also been a lot of talk about different parts of t... Read More »

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8.5
FIFA 16 – Review

FIFA 16 – Review

FIFA 16 is a perfectly acceptable football game. Nothing more, nothing less. That’s why you see a 7 in that box over there. Anyone who tells you that it’s a bad game is objectively wrong, but those who proclaim it as the best football game ever are probably not being fully honest with you or themselves As seems to be the case with every single FIFA... Read More »

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7.0
Forza Motorsport 6 – Review

Forza Motorsport 6 – Review

One of the things that has become apparent since we’ve had Forza Motorsport 6 in our lives is that Forza Motorsport 5 was a bloody well made game for an Xbox One launch title. Forza 6 pushes the franchise forward in an interesting, if not slightly pretentious, way that takes some of the best things from Forza Horizon 2 but also gets rid of so... Read More »

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8.5
Minecraft Story Mode Ep.1 – Review

Minecraft Story Mode Ep.1 – Review

Minecraft: Story Mode is the new adventure from Telltale Games. If you’re a fan of Telltale’s more hard hitting, difficult choice-based stories like The Walking Dead then you might want to look away as this probably isn’t for you. However, if you like a good fun story with a slice of Minecraft, and Minecraft that has a narrative d... Read More »

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7.0
Zelda Orchestra plays on US Late Night TV

Zelda Orchestra plays on US Late Night TV

That’s right, Stephen Colbert has knocked it out of the park again by featuring, not only video games on his show, but some of the best example of video gaming. This time, he invited Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses to perform on his Late Show with Stephen Colbert programme. The move is slightly promotional as the new game The Legend of Zelda... Read More »

Minecraft Story Mode – Interview

Minecraft Story Mode – Interview

Last week, we got to play the Minecraft Story Mode with Laura Perusco, the Creative Communication Manager from Telltale Games. You can read our review of the game here shortly. Sean Cleaver – Minecraft story mode, it’s lots of fun. It’s been worked on for quite a while. When did you first get the project germinating, how did it come about? Laura Pe... Read More »

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