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Devil May Cry V succeeds in recapturing the zest of the series' past but is ill-equipped to evolve beyond it.
Wargroove is as much a throwback to Advance Wars as it is a subtle evolution of the formula.
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Anthem is uplifted by a unique setting, stunning visuals and thrilling sense of scale and speed. However, it’s brought back down to earth by a thousand inevitable comparisons that leave it wanting.
Apex Legends is the gaming year’s first big surprise and an impressive free-to-play debut from Respawn.
Sunless Skies offers a world of few limits and rich storytelling but its open-ended design isn’t going to be for everyone.
For some, Sunless Skies is going to be an arduous journey. For others, it’ll be a vivid destination.
Resident Evil 2 plays things a little safe but there’s plenty to like all the same.
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Ashen distills the Dark Souls experience into a game that you could recommend to just about anyone.
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