Author: Dover

Follow Review

While young children can get engaged in Follow, and learn from its historical setting, the dice mechanics for having another go are flawed.

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NHL 18 Review (Xbox One)

Despite the best efforts of the EA Sports team, NHL 18 feels stagnated compared to the rest of the sports offerings this year.

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Madden 18 Review (PS4)

The Longshot mode in Madden 18 is one of the most “movie-like” game experiences we’ve had since Until Dawn. And it’s in a sports game!

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The Golf Club 2 Review (Xbox One)

The lack of a title from EA this year is likely music to HB Studios ears. However, The Golf Club 2 provides stiff competition for when they return.

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Lobotomy Review

Lobotomy needs an updated rule book before it can be recommended. Its long set up time and excessive dice rolling also hamper an otherwise good game.

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Danger Zone Review (PS4)

Danger Zone brings back that Crash Mode nostalgia from the early Burnout games. However, it’s low quality graphics and lack of soundtrack let it down.

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