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We Happy Few review – a rich and dizzying social satire...

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For a British person of a certain age, playing We Happy Few is like being spoonfed your own sick. I intend this entirely...

Detroit: Become Human review – clumsy yet effective robot-rights thriller •...

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The main menu screen for Detroit: Become Human - Quantic Dream's new game about androids discovering free will and rising up against their...

The Gardens Between review – a short but vivid voyage into...

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I've been reading a lot lately about the different ways we imagine time, and one, rather obvious thing I've belatedly realised is that...

Cultist Simulator review – a crabbed but intoxicating bargain with otherworldly...

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Cultist Simulator is about forbidden knowledge, forgotten histories and ill-advised pacts with entities who aren't so much gods as unsettling cosmic frequencies, felt...

Subnautica review • Eurogamer.net

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"Never get out of the boat," says Captain Marlowe in Apocalypse Now. "Not unless you're going all the way." It turns out this...

Battlefield 5 review – DICE’s most entertaining shooter in years is...

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Battlefield 5 is a mess. It's the glitchiest, most technically troubled DICE's sandbox multiplayer has been since the infamous launch of Battlefield 4,...

Ashen review – a soulful journey through a sublime ruined world...

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Ashen is about exploring and cleansing a newly radiant world, but it's often at its best in the dark. A few hours into...

Rage 2 review – sparkling combat is let down by a...

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For all its promise of anarchic mayhem and its striking punk palette, Rage 2 is a surprisingly vanilla experience. Though on paper it...

Purrfect Date review • Eurogamer.net

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Incredibly sweet and beautifully written, this is a meow-nificent choice for cat lovers, as long as you don't mind a bit of repetition....

Gorogoa review • Eurogamer.net

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At one point, the sun becomes a gear with tooth-like rays that might slot neatly into the crenellations of a nearby castle. A...

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