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Darksiders 3 review: Souls-like fundmentals lead the way in this Fury-led reincarnation of the series
Darksiders 3 feels like a sequel that never was in ways both good and bad.
Thronebreaker - The Witcher Tales is an ambitious and fully-featured adventure that caters to an audience that other modern card battlers seem to have forgotten - and the results of this approach are well worth the low price of admission.
Perhaps-unsurprisingly given the franchises’ impending expansion into the mobile space, it turns out that the best version of Diablo 3 is the one you can take with you.
Reigns: Game of Thrones nails its source material’s ongoing ideation on the relationship between decisions and consequences in short bursts.
Assassin's Creed: Odyssey’s world and characters lack the heart found in Origins but if you’ve dropped off the series in recent years and are after an epic in the most classical sense of the word, it’s a trek well-worth taking.
Even if it is more a recycling than a retooling, the Razer Mamba Wireless is still a slick as hell gaming mouse.
Developer Mode 7 are finally garnishing Frozen Synapse fans with a proper sequel. And while there’s a lot here that’s changed, there’s also a lot that hasn’t.
With this year’s Omen laptops, it feels like HP have proved they have just as much to offer as a dedicated brand like MSI or ASUS might. Now they just need to hone in on why they offer more.
Credit where it’s due, it really does feel like HP did their homework with the new OMEN Reactor gaming mouse.
Don’t let the simple aesthetics fool you, the Logitech G Pro Wireless Mouse is packing.
Like a good glazed pasty, It’s over all too soon but Donut County manages to be funny, fun and full-of-heart.
The latest Alienware 17 might be the most Alienware gaming laptop Alienware have shipped out to Alienware customers in quite a while. It doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but it does live up the brand’s legacy in all the right ways.
When presented with the wide canvas of the cyberpunk genre and the brush of modern video game, Daedalic have opted for the familiar rather than the transgressive. There’s plenty of cyber here but little punk.
When the light is cast just right and the shadows align, We Happy Few can look and feel like the subversive, systems-driven romp that it desperately wants to be. But most of the time, it just doesn’t quite pull off this trick.
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