Game Review: Gears 5 (Xbox One X)

A Microsoft/Xbox staple, Gears of War (or Gears as it seems to just be known now) first appeared on the Xbox 360 in 2006. Since then we’ve had three direct sequels and ‘spinoff’ called Judgement leading to this, Gears 5, the sixth instalment of the third-person shooter series. Developed by The Coalition and published by Xbox Game Studios, Gears 5 picks up where Gears of War 4 left off.

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Game Review: Broken Age (Xbox One)

A throwback to the point & click games of old, Double Fine’s Broken Age is a smart, fun and funny game that will delight as many as it will infuriate. Infuriate as it has the kind of puzzles that often seem so random but that feeling when you solve a particularly tricky one is so gratifying.

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Game Review: Virginia (Xbox One)

An interactive story, or as it’s better known ‘a walking simulator’, Virginia’s strength lies in its fantastic movie like soundtrack and its initially gripping story. I say initially because for 2/3 of the game, you won’t be able to turn away but the game drops the ball hard for a disappointing, confusing and unsatisfactory final third.

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