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The Adventure Pals review: hot dogs and hilarity in post-modern platformer

The Adventure Pals review: hot dogs and hilarity in post-modern platformer

An uncomplicated game full of off-beat charm, Adventure Pals stands on its own strengths despite its clear cartoon inspiration.

  • by Tim Biggs

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Nintendo details paid Switch Online service, launching in September
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Nintendo details paid Switch Online service, launching in September

Inexpensive subscription service lets users play online, save to the cloud and access a growing library of online-enabled NES games.

  • by Tim Biggs
Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze is funky fun

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze is funky fun

With beautiful visuals, sound, and imaginative stage concepts in a platforming game, this is one of the all-time greats.

  • by Tim Biggs
Far Cry 5 review: cults and chaos in big sky country

Far Cry 5 review: cults and chaos in big sky country

The narrative and characters are not all they could be in Far Cry's move to America, but the explosive fun is as great as ever.

  • by Tim Biggs
God of War review: runes and redemption

God of War review: runes and redemption

Shifting to Norse mythology, instituting a peerless presentation and retaining its gold standard hack-and-slash gameplay, God of War comes back to relevance.

  • by Tim Biggs
THEC64 Mini review: Commodore's '80s classic reborn

THEC64 Mini review: Commodore's '80s classic reborn

THEC64 Mini doesn't wholly capture the spirit of the original machine, but if you need Boulder Dash in HD it's great.

  • by Tim Biggs
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Sea of Thieves review: a pirate's life, not for me

Sea of Thieves review: a pirate's life, not for me

Though it looks stunning and is an impressive achievement in open world multiplayer, a lack of variety and frustrating single-player mode sinks Sea of Thieves.

  • by Tim Biggs
Steered by the Switch, Nintendo posts best third-quarter in eight years

Steered by the Switch, Nintendo posts best third-quarter in eight years

Growing popularity of the hybrid home-portable console has led to a near-doubling of Nintendo's stock price to nine-year highs.

  • by Makiko Yamazaki
NBN used a gaming controller that dates back to 2000 in its ad

NBN used a gaming controller that dates back to 2000 in its ad

The NBN has been caught photoshopping one of their ads to appeal to gamers, but it has instead backfired.

  • by Adella Beaini
New breed of PlayStation games let you play with friends using your phone

New breed of PlayStation games let you play with friends using your phone

PlayStation's latest effort uses a powerful, versatile device: your phone.

  • by Tim Biggs
Call of Duty WWII review: clash of styles in return to shooter's roots

Call of Duty WWII review: clash of styles in return to shooter's roots

<i>Call of Duty: WWII</i> doesn't stray very far from the template set by its immediate predecessors.

  • by Tim Biggs