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Resident Evil 7 Biohazard review

Resident Evil 7 Biohazard is finally here and most gamers into the series have already had a chance to play some demos of the game and experience the game engine on PSVR before release. This one takes a dramatic turn from the usual Resi affair because it’s all in first-person. Sure, we’ve seen the series in first-person before but those have been spin-off on-rails shooters. This one lets you wander round creepy houses and walk up that set of spooky stairs at a pace that suits you! You fill the shoes of Ethan, a man who gets a cryptic message...

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Best Games of 2017

Despite there being some very good games in 2016, most people want to forget about it and move on, so here’s five games I’m very much looking forward to playing this year, the year 2017! Resident Evil 7: Biohazard I still haven’t got round to trying the Resident Evil 7 demos out in VR but the full game will be playable in VR and for that, Capcom must be praised. It’s also quite a departure from other Resident Evil games, as it’s in first-person and not on rails. We’ve seen recent remakes of older Resident Evil titles and let’s face...

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Steep review

I like to go snowboarding once a year and while I like doing a fairly decent run down a red, green or blue slope, I never really go down tricky blacks and certainly don’t head off-piste for some gnarly action that could get me killed. That’s where Steep could help me out because it lets me roam around The Alps and explore at will without my insurance company having a heart attack. Developed by Ubisoft Annecy who usually take care of the multiplayer side of Ubi’s games, they are in fact the perfect developers to do this, as they’re actually...

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Dishonored 2 review

Dishonored 2 is of course the sequel to Dishonored and while the first game gave you many ways to play the same objective, this game expands on that idea with two characters you can play with, encouraging replay of the game from start to finish. The game begins as you look through the eyes of Emily Kaldwin, the daughter of Corvo from the first game. If you remember, Corvo went on the rampage to avenge the assassination of the Empress of the Isles and at the same time clear his name. Emily has now taken her rightful place as Empress...

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Titanfall 2 review

The original Titanfall blew me away when it was premiered at the Xbox showcase at E3 a couple of years ago. I’d never seen a game play so smooth and have so much variety and action. Calling Titans down from the sky was pretty impressive and it never got old when playing the game at home online. However, there wasn’t actually that much to it and my friends quickly moved onto other games, as did I. This time around Titanfall 2 expands on the original game with loads more ideas for multiplayer and a single player campaign which gamers were...

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Battlefield 1 review

Battlefield 1 goes right back to its roots this time with a setting in World War 1. That’s right, there are no jet packs, wall jumps or guided missiles here. This one dials things right back to the days when your reload took ages, you had to rely on your aim, and sometimes you’d even take advantage of a four-legged friend to get from A to B and chop your foes down from above. While Battlefield Hardline actually gave us quite a good story-based campaign, Battlefield 1 takes a different approach with War Stories that tell very personal tales from...