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StoriesDestinies

Review: Stories: The Path of Destinies

I wasn't expecting a great deal going into Stories. It's an isometric slash 'em up, it looks a bit cutesy – we've seen many of those games before. I played it for...

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Dirt Rally

Review: DiRT Rally

There are quite a few developers you can rely on to produce a quality game nowadays. Ubisoft have pretty much nailed the open world genre for example, Naughty Dog are long standing...

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Gryphon

Review: Gryphon Knight Epic

Weird name. At first I thought this was another pixelated game clinging onto the olden days, in the style of a classic side scroller. It sort of is. But this isn't a...

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Republique

Review: Republique

Originally an iPad game, Republique brings stealth action to home consoles - it's good, but I can't quite shake the feeling that it would be better played on an iPad. Typically my...

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The Division

Review: The Division

Destiny was a big hit across consoles, offering something a bit different – sure it's an FPS game but it has a connected world shared with other players with levelling and lots...

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UFC2

Review: UFC 2

Last year, UFC was EA's debut with the licensed MMA franchise and it was a solid effort with room for improvement. UFC 2 follows this up with a very improved effort in...

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FarCry Primal

Review: Far Cry Primal

What do you do when every shooter on the market is trying to outdo every other by bringing bigger guns, louder explosions and more heavily armoured enemies  than we've seen before? How...

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RebelGalaxy

Review: Rebel Galaxy

Hands up who doesn't like the idea of flying through space, blowing up bad guys, completing missions and exploring various solar systems all to the accompaniment of an awesome soundtrack which would...

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LegoAvengers

Review: Lego Marvel’s Avengers

It's very impressive. I'm talking, of course, about the way TT Games can keep punching out game after game, using a similar formula for each title, the same style of humour and...

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ForceAwakensPinball

Review: Zen Pinball – The Force Awakens

Funny old game, Zen Pinball. Between myself and the children, we can go for weeks, even months, without looking at it, but as soon as somebody starts it up out of...

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SebLoeb

Review: Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo

We're huge racing fans here at TGR, and whenever a new racing game arrives on the scene it's always greeted, without exception, with eagerness and excitement. Often that excitement is flattened within...

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Klaus

Review: Klaus

An office worker awakens in a basement. He has no idea who he is, or where he is. He has the word 'KLAUS' tattooed on his arm. And I'm interested. It's enough...

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Albedo

Review: Albedo: Eyes From Outer Space

There's been a resurrection of late of adventure games. Kickstarters have helped, remasters have rekindled old passions and Telltale have brought new stories based on existing IPs to a salivating audience. Albedo:...

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Talos

Review: The Talos Principle: Delux Edition

In September 2014 I went to the Eurogamer Expo and tucked away in the Sony area I saw a little game called The Talos Principle. I had a short go and wrote...

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RainbowSixSiege

Review: Rainbow Six: Siege

I sometimes wonder how many people tried and appreciated the SOCOM games back on the PS2 and PS3, the more tactical shooters where a single wrong move would have you flat on...

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WWE-2K16

Review: WWE 2K16

About a year ago I reviewed WWE 2K15. Being a massive wrestling game fan I scored it 7/10 and made no qualms about it – this bias influenced my score. There were...

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Devastation

Review: Transformers Devastation

Transformers games have, it's safe to say, been a bit of a mixed bag in recent years. While some have been reasonably enjoyable others have been shameless cash-ins on movies, which have...

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Fallout4

Review: Fallout 4

After years of waiting, Fallout 4 has finally arrived on the latest consoles and brings with it a whole new post-nuclear adventure which brings the hardship and pain of people's struggles right...

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NeedForSpeed

Review: Need for Speed

Let's start with something very obvious: Need for Speed is an incredibly good looking game. The night time streets, often soaked with rain, provide an fantastic set of visuals which fly by at...

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