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Lego Builder's JourneyScore

Lego Builder's Journey

This delightful puzzle game might just be the best representation of what a Lego building game can be.

Text: Ben Lyons
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Trek to YomiScore

Trek to Yomi

We've travelled to the land of the dead and beyond in this captivating samurai action-adventure tale.

Text: Ben Lyons
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SlipstreamScore

Slipstream

What do you get if you make a modern Out Run without using modern technology? Slipstream.

Text: Petter Hegevall
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King Arthur: Knight's TaleScore

King Arthur: Knight's Tale

We've travelled Avalon as the brutal Sir Mordred all to send the once noble king of Camelot back to the grave.

Text: Ben Lyons
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MotoGP 22Score

MotoGP 22

It's time to hit the track in the latest instalment of Milestone's racing series.

Text: Johan Vahlström
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Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker SagaScore

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

After two years of constant delays, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is finally here and offers all nine mainline movies in TT Games' interpretation.

Text: Jonas Mäki
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Tiny Tina's WonderlandsScore

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

Gearbox's Borderlands fantasy spinoff is out now, and we have some thoughts on how its developing the franchise.

Text: Jonas Mäki
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A Musical StoryScore

A Musical Story

This emotional rhythm adventure tells the story of a young man whose life is flashing before his eyes.

Text: Ben Lyons
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Ghostwire TokyoScore

Ghostwire Tokyo

With Tango Gameworks' action-horror game launching in a few days, we've already spent a bunch of time exploring the supernatural version of Tokyo.

Text: Eirik Hyldbakk Furu
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TunicScore

Tunic

We've been exploring the adorable world of Tunic to see how this indie adventure game stacks up.

Text: Ben Lyons
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WWE 2K22Score

WWE 2K22

After the failure that was WWE 2K20, the series is now back after a year break.

Text: Johan Vahlström
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Submerged: Hidden DepthsScore

Submerged: Hidden Depths

We've been exploring the remnants of a flooded city in Uppercut Games' gorgeous relaxploration adventure.

Text: Ben Lyons
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Grid LegendsScore

Grid Legends

We give our thoughts on the latest racing title to come from the British studio, Codemasters.

Text: Johan Vahlström
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Elden RingScore

Elden Ring

The wait is finally over as Fromsoftware welcomes tarnished Soulslike fans to their first open world adventure. How did the collaboration with George R.R. Martin work out?

Text: Stefan Briesenick
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Far: Changing TidesScore

Far: Changing Tides

Following up to Far: Lone Sails, this companion piece sees protagonist Toe leaving its terrain-going behemoth behind in favour of a waterborne vessel.

Text: Magnus Groth-Andersen
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CrossfireXScore

CrossfireX

The Smilegate and Remedy co-developed shooter is now available on Xbox consoles, and we have a lot of thoughts about it's turbulent launch.

Text: Jonas Mäki
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OlliOlli WorldScore

OlliOlli World

Roll7's latest title makes for an amazing and demanding arcade game for all skateboarding lovers.

Text: Alberto Garrido
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Rainbow Six: ExtractionScore

Rainbow Six: Extraction

Step back into the shoes of your favourite Rainbow Six Siege Operators to join REACT and fight back against an invading and constantly evolving alien life form.

Text: Ben Lyons
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Monopoly MadnessScore

Monopoly Madness

The capitalist classic is back in a new form, offering a surprisingly fresh and entertaining experience with plenty of speed and flair.

Text: Marcus Persson
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The GunkScore

The Gunk

Image & Form's platformer serves up a stunning world and an engaging story, but falls short elsewhere.

Text: Jonas Mäki
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ChorusScore

Chorus

For their latest space odyssey, Fishlabs tells us the emotional story of a tragic heroine. Unfortunately, the developers are serving up too much.

Text: Stefan Briesenick
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NERF LegendsScore

NERF Legends

After some effective begging from Frank Hegevall (six years of age), our Swedish editor-in-chief folded and paid £49 for this year's worst game...

Text: Petter Hegevall
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Farming Simulator 22Score

Farming Simulator 22

The continuation of Giants Software's simulator series improves and expands on an already jam-packed experience.

Text: Ben Lyons
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Exo OneScore

Exo One

Head out on an interstellar adventure in Exbleative's atmospheric physics-based game.

Text: Ben Lyons
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The RiftbreakerScore

The Riftbreaker

We've invaded an alien planet, murdered the locals and stolen their resources, and then settled the human race on the planet.

Text: Patrik Severin
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Bright Memory: InfiniteScore

Bright Memory: Infinite

Coming from a one-man developer, this action FPS has impressive peaks and disappointing lows.

Text: Ben Lyons
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Battlefield 2042Score

Battlefield 2042

It might be short of a campaign, but its three online modes show a lot of promise.

Text: Kieran Harris
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Jurassic World Evolution 2Score

Jurassic World Evolution 2

Frontier Developments latest simulation title enhances its dino-park building series, but fails to drop our jaws.

Text: Ben Lyons
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Call of Duty: VanguardScore

Call of Duty: Vanguard

Sledgehammer Games' latest instalment into the long-running shooter series offers up some great improvements, but still feels a bit safe at its core.

Text: Eirik Hyldbakk Furu
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Forza Horizon 5Score

Forza Horizon 5

Playground Games latest racer takes us to the rich lands of Mexico for another bout of high-octane motorsport mayhem.

Text: Magnus Groth-Andersen
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Riders RepublicScore

Riders Republic

Ubisoft Annecy has delivered an extreme sports open world paradise that is relentlessly fun.

Text: Ben Lyons
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Moonglow BayScore

Moonglow Bay

This charming fishing RPG is a reel catch.

Text: Kieran Harris
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Marvel's Guardians of the GalaxyScore

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy

It's a great game that's even better than the movies with an amazing story, fun combat and tons of fan-service, but serious technical issues and repetition lessen some of the fun.

Text: Eirik Hyldbakk Furu