Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion review

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I will be honest: my worry, for the first few hours, is that Octo Expansion, the new single-player DLC for Splatoon 2, was...

Jurassic World Evolution review – a beautiful, overly brutal park sim • Eurogamer.net

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I need to keep 900+ guests in my park for three consecutive minutes. This is a doddle, I reckon. I'm making $350,000 a...

Watch us play the proper scary Resident Evil 2 remake • Eurogamer.net

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Oli Welsh Editor @oliwelsh Yesterday at E3, Aoife got to try out the Resident Evil 2 remake which had been unveiled with a spectacularly good trailer...

Sushi Striker review – fantastic puzzler proves that not everything’s better on Switch •...

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In all the excitement around the Switch's first year, it's been easy to lose sight of what's been lost now that Nintendo has...

See how Hours of Darkness puts a stealthy spin on the traditional Far Cry...

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Hours of Darkness, the first DLC chapter for Far Cry 5 season pass holders is now out. Following hot on the heels of...

Onrush review – an eccentric and excellent spin on the arcade racer • Eurogamer.net

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Bacon cornflakes. That's what Gareth Wilson said of Blur as he pondered the reasons where it all went wrong for one of the...

Vampyr review – a beautiful premise wasted in this bland action RPG • Eurogamer.net

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Great Gothic horror is all about colour, or lack thereof. The black of night, the white of bone, the monochrome of a gloomy...

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection review

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Now this is more like it. Last May, still uncertain about the prospects of Nintendo's Switch, Capcom tentatively tested the waters with Ultra...

Cultist Simulator review – a crabbed but intoxicating bargain with otherworldly forces • Eurogamer.net

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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...

PixelJunk Monsters 2 review – a colourful treat and a workout for the brain...

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Tower defence games are tricky things, I reckon. At their worst - and their worst is generally still pretty entertaining - they can...