Free Games Preview – November 2021

Sony is going all-out for November’s free games with an awful lot on offer this month - PSVR players rejoice, they've got your covered as well, with an almighty three VR games...

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Review: NBA 2k22

There's an interesting shift taking place in sports games right now, with the traditional faster arcade-style games being replaced by more realistic, slower-paced and more considered approaches. NBA 2k22 follows this trend...

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Review: NHL 22

There are two things guaranteed to feel satisfying when it comes to gaming: a shotgun in Doom, and a well-executed body check in an NHL game. No other sports game quite reaches...

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Review: Catty and Batty: The Spirit Guide

Catty and Batty: The Spirit Guide is billed as a cooperative family game. As hinted, you play as a cat or a bat (or both, if playing solo), and is a fairly...

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FIFA22

Review: FIFA 22

This year's FIFA game carries a slightly different edge to the last few years' worth of releases. With the new consoles almost 12 months into their life, we should be seeing developers...

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Review: UnMetal

UnMetal is a bit like Metal Gear. I mean, that’s sort of the whole point, and the clue is also in the name. But, could a Metal Gear parody actually be any...

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Review: Dustwind: The Last Resort

Dustwind: The Last Resort is a bit of a tease. It doesn’t reveal exactly what type of game it is until you get into it a bit, and at that point, you...

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Review: Subdivision Infinity DX

Subdivision Infinity DX is an enhanced version of what was originally a mobile game, which then made its way onto the Switch. What we have here is a flawless performing PS5 version,...

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October 2021’s Free Games Preview

Another new PS5 exclusive this month is available on launch, with some other big hitters, and a classic from the Dreamcast era: Hell Let Loose (PS5) - realistic World War 2 shooter...

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Review: Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2

Think you're good at sniping in games? Happy to sit in a sneaky spot and pick off unsuspecting suckers on your battle royale game of choice? Well, it's time for a challenge,...

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Review: Lost in Random

Lost in Random is the latest title from the EA Originals label - specialising in creating less-mainstream type games from independent studios.  You’d be forgiven for thinking, with its visual style,...

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Review: GameSir F8 Pro Mobile Cooling Grip

The name might be a bit of a mouthful, but the GameSir F8 Pro Snowgon Mobile Cooling Grip is designed to give you more comfortable mobile gaming, while simultaneously keeping your phone...

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Review: Deathloop

Deathloop is the latest new IP from Arkane and arguably the biggest Playstation 5 exclusive this generation so far. It’s many things; first-person shooter, murder mystery, time-travelling adventure, stealth game. And whilst...

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Review: Clid the Snail

Clid the Snail is a twin-stick shooter, but in a twist from the fast-paced chaos one might be used to, you play a snail. So it’s slow. Well yes, sort of. It’s...

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Review: Murder Mystery Machine

I really enjoyed Murder Mystery Machine. It has to controlling a police detective in an isometric point of view. There are a series of murder cases for which you have to solve,...

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Review: Quake Remastered

The other day I was chatting to a couple of techies at work, and one of them said he'd never heard of Quake. The good there news is I've found the one...

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Review: Guilty Gear Strive

Guilty Gear Strive, the latest entry in the 20-odd year fighting game series, was launched a couple of months ago, and hot on the tail of a major balance patch and the...

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September 2021 Free Games Preview

Time for freebies again! Take a look below at what you'll be able to grab this month without chucking any more hard earned cash towards things to play... Warhammer: Chaosbane (Xbox Series...

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Review: Madden NFL 22

The big difficulty I can imagine in developing sports games is how to make them last once the initial burst of excitement wears off. EA have, in recent years, tried leaning on...

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