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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Far Cry 6 is better than its predecessor, but only just.
Sable is a beautiful and touching, if rather derivative, open world adventure.
A competently made but largely derivative zombie adventure.
A stunning world and an engrossing story, but a middling RPG.
Valhalla represents another step forward in Assassin's Creed's increasingly excellent run of games.
Watch Dogs heads to the shores of Blighty. But does it Rule Britannia or is it simply not cricket?
This remake offers a mostly improved version of the 2002 crime epic.
Excessive and indulgent in the best and worst ways, Death Stranding is nonetheless a captivating experience.
Rage 2 is a disappointing open-world game rescued by tremendous combat.
Brush with(out) death.
Children of the revolution.
Yakuza returns for Kiryu's final outing.
Bluepoint Games' visual overhaul of Team Ico's landmark game results in a brilliantly preserved classic for a new generation.
TT Games' Lego franchise thunders on, bringing a host of Marvel characters into an open-world adventure.
Walk like an Egyptian in Ubisoft's triumphant Assassin's Creed return.
The Saints Row pseudosequel proves that the apple does in fact fall very far from the tree. Also, the apple might not be as good as you expect
Resource hunting, NPCs, open world and all.
Lego City Undercover is a flawed gem, with technical issues obscuring a great game.
The Legend of Zelda's deep focus on puzzle-solving is its strongest feature.
The Nintendo Switch has only one big game to shout about, but is it any good?
Dead Rising 4 proves that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Who let the dogs out (again)? We send Jake to find out and report back.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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