Game Reviews

The Pathless review – speed and scale and a game with...

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It's the sheer size of The Pathless that I love. And I mean size in a very specific sense. You can race through...

Bugsnax review – a fascinating spin on creature collecting • Eurogamer.net

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Bugsnax is so interesting that I suspect it deserves a pretty short review. The real fun here is discovery and interpretation, two things...

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla review – a saga for the ages •...

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There's a Viking belief that the paths we walk are predetermined, and that the threads of our lives are already woven like strands...

welcome to the next generation • Eurogamer.net

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This is it. After months of waiting, we're finally in possession of the realisation of Sony's vision for the next generation of console...

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales review

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If Astro's Playroom presents a look at some of the more novel appeals of the PlayStation 5, Miles Morales is a decent example...

Astro’s Playroom review – a uniquely tactile platformer that’s the beating...

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Where do you find the heart of a new piece of hardware? Thankfully, Sony's included it on the hard-drive of every PlayStation 5...

eliminating Intel’s gaming advantage • Eurogamer.net

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We've loved AMD's Ryzen processors for their high core counts and excellent value, but they've had one major weakness since their first generation:...

Xbox Series X review: next generation games machine, continuity console

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It's a strange feeling to be reviewing Xbox Series X after a preview period which essentially blew the doors open on so much...

Disc Room review – an arcade gem filled with precision and...

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Disc Room had me googling those funny spirograph shapes you sometimes get on bank notes. After a while, I guess, I don't see...

Yakuza: Like A Dragon review

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Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio's big message with Yakuza: like A Dragon, purposefully not called Yakuza 7, is that the yakuza need to evolve...

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