Game Reviews

Slay the Spire review – a gorgeous blend of dungeon-crawler and...

In the middle of the journey of our life, I found myself faced with a choice: eat the banana or eat the donut?...

Jon Shafer’s At the Gates review

One of the first tutorial pop-ups you'll get in At the Gates - and there aren't many - warns you that this is...

Resident Evil 2 review – a masterly reimagining of a modern...

You know you're playing a good Resident Evil game when you need to keep a pen and a piece of scrap paper close...

Pikuniku review – a brilliantly breezy, genuinely funny puzzle platformer •...

Kid's TV shows, you've no doubt discussed with friends while waiting for someone to come back from the all-night garage with a packet...

Vane review – more than the Journey/Ico mash-up it looks like...

To see a landscape from above is to transform it, to understand it differently, to form new concepts of action within it. A...

Ace Combat 7 review – a stellar return for the skybound...

Assuming the role of virtual pilot while engaging legions of foes in the art of aerial combat is a concept synonymous with the...

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes review

You know Suda51, of course. The self-styled punk developer of Tokyo's Grasshopper Manufacture, Goichi Suda's been the driving force behind offbeat classics such...

Onimusha Warlords review – An aging Samurai classic returns • Eurogamer.net

A slightly dated reintroduction to one of Capcom's hack-and-slash greats. Malindy Hetfeld Contributor I'm only going to say this once, just to experience what typing these...

as smooth as silk • Eurogamer.net

Last year, Razer entered the smartphone market with its highly distinctive, gaming and media-focused Razer Phone, combining what was then the fastest Android-optimised...

Bury Me, My Love review

When we are invited to punch reporter Khalisah al-Jilani in Mass Effect, BioWare's messaging is not subtle as a crimson renegade symbol flashes...

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