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7.5

Battlefield V Review

Another year and another incarnation of the Battlefield releases. This time Battlefield V returns to it’s WWII roots, with an array of era appropriate guns, locations, vehicles and stories to get to grips with. There are 2 distinct aspects to the game, with a short single-player campaign and large destructive playground that is multiplayer Single-player […]

Farming Simulator 19 Review

Published by Focus Home Interactive, Farming Simulator 19 takes players to a rustic country setting and gives them the opportunity to take care of their own farm in whatever capacity they want, whether that’s taking care of crops, raising livestock, or trying forestry. Baby Steps I’m a newbie to the world of Farming Simulator but my other half is […]
bohemian rhapsody
8.7

Bohemian Rhapsody Review

There are plenty of bands and performers that have gotten the biopic treatment over the years, but the story of Queen and their memorising frontman Freddie Mercury has only now come to cinemas thanks to the film Bohemian Rhapsody. With plenty of stories available from the band’s twenty or so years together, any film would […]
Starlink: Battle For Atlas
7.9

Starlink: Battle For Atlas Review

Starlink: Battle For Atlas is an action-adventure that sees a group called Starlink travel from Earth to the Atlas system to explore worlds and discover new energy sources. Starlink are a crew of fighter pilots and scientists who travel on a starship called the Equinox to Atlas, where upon entering the system, your Captain Victor […]

Cemetery Beach #1 Review

I would read a Warren Ellis shopping list at this stage. He’s a writer that’s consistently very solid, with an insane amount of work. As someone who reads his newsletter religiously (Orbital Operations, and I can’t say this enough: you should read this), I’m always surprised by the crazy amount of projects he has going […]

The Dragon Prince Season I | Review

Netflix owned creations are almost a dime a dozen these days. Some knock it out of the park while others blunder into oblivion. Heralded as a spiritual successor to Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Dragon Prince has finally landed on Netflix. It’s another animation under the streaming service’s belt, but how does it fare? With lead […]
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