Browsing posts in the ‘Reviews’ category

Review: Audica (PSVR)

For anyone who has engrossed themselves in VR lately, the concept of a new Harmonix rhythm game designed purely for VR should have been an exciting prospect. And indeed, here at TGR...

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Review: Need for Speed Heat

Everyone loves a "best of" compilation. Even DJ extraordinaire Alan Partridge decided his favourite Beatles album was "The Best of the Beatles", and so it should come as good news that Need...

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Review: Bonfire (PSVR)

I've played quite a bit of PSVR content now, and I'm really getting a taste for the slower games, those which don't need lightning fast reactions, those that don't scare you into...

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Review: Construction Simulator 2

Want to learn how to drive? I’ll give you some tips says Peter. You can call him Pete. You learn how to drive forward, reverse park. Pretty simple. What’s that? You’re...

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Review: Valfaris

Valfaris is an 80s action movie of a side-scrolling shooter. It’s also not hugely dissimilar from the old 8 and 16-bit shooters in terms of looks and influence. Fortunately, it’s also rather...

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Review: GRID

If there's one way to get a racing game obsessive to get excited, it's by telling them there's a new version of GRID coming out. Having waited a looong time for this...

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Review: BurgerTime Party

Sitting by the pool on holiday with my trusty Nintendo Switch and I notice the pool bar now does food.

On a stone slab comes a little...

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Review: Control

Imagine turning up for your first day of work only to be told you’re the new director. That’s the plot of Control.

Playing as a lady called...

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Board Game Review: Jaipur (2nd Edition)

Card trading games can be a bit hit and miss, with the main culprit for a lack of accessibility being overly complex rules, lengthy games or a lack of inspiring theme or...

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Board Game Review: Ticket to Ride London

A while back, Ticket to Ride took a new turn with the release of Ticket to Ride New York, a game which followed the same premise of the much-loved and insanely-popular Ticket...

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Review: Afterlife

I played through the first chapter of Afterlife without even knowing I'd played it. As an interactive film which branches off in different directions depending on nothing more than what you're paying...

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Review: Edna and Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes

They don’t make them like this anymore. A classic-style point-and-click adventure, Harvey’s New Eyes offers something not often seen in modern games anymore. Certainly not on console at least. But what became...

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Review: MXGP 2019

Last year’s MXGP Pro was one of my favourite games of 2018. A change from the odd attempts to videogame motocross racing, and go for a simulation feel of handling. Bike movement,...

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Review: Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is a turn based game a bit like Advance Wars or Final Fantasy tactics. Strategic placement is key, as well as management of your inventory, item...

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Board Game Review: Tuki

As I mentioned in our recent Men at Work review, stacking and balancing games are always a welcome addition to our ever-growing game collection here at TGR. But there are so many...

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Review: Exception

As soon as you fire it up, Exception asks you if you want to watch the story cutscene, or just get right into the action. Action please! There’s nothing I like less...

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Review: Dobble Harry Potter

Dobble's back again, and this time it's brought the wizarding world of Harry Potter along with it. If you haven't read one of our previous Dobble reviews then I'd suggest you head...

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Review: Madden 20

It's weird to think that the Madden series of games has been in my life longer than any of my friends, colleagues or anything else outside of my immediate family. Since 1991...

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Review: Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Imagine that the Nazis weren’t defeated in World War 2. They’ve been thriving, it’s 1980 and their butts are needing to be kicked. Without having played the previous games, the...

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