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    Review Hungry Shark World

    Sorry about Bruce, mate

    From the Finding Nemo-esque logo and the bulbous eyes of the sharks, you might get the impression this is a family-friendly romp where you munch through the ocean like a sea-faring Pac-Man, accruing points and combos as you go. Which is pretty accurate, apart from the ‘family-friendly’ bit – Hungry Shark World is...

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    Switch eShop

    Review Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: Donkey Kong Adventure

    "He's the leader of the bunch, you know him well"

    Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle was one of the Switch’s early delights, plonking Mario and friends into a fantastic turn-based, tactical RPG that somehow even managed to make us love those pesky little Rabbids. Almost outdoing its great gameplay, though, was its pure charm and the evident bucket...



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    Switch eShop

    Review UNO

    A classic card game modernised

    Digital card games have had a significant rise in popularity in recent years. These modern variations commonly feature online play, micro-transactions, thousands of unique collectible cards and often require hundreds of hours to properly understand the intricacies. Given the hype surrounding this specific type of card...

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    Review Monopoly for Nintendo Switch

    Should you take a 'Chance'?

    If you had to think of one household board game that almost everyone is likely to know, it would be Monopoly. The centre of countless family gatherings over the years, Monopoly is often seen as that one game that can get the whole brood involved and that everybody loves; that is until they remember how ridiculously long...

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    Review Just Dance 2018

    Strut your stuff

    Just Dance is a series that likely needs no introduction; for the last nine years Ubisoft has regularly released a new version of its smash-hit franchise every October, helping the franchise’s sales to reach staggeringly high figures. This year is (predictably) no different as Just Dance 2018 takes over as the newest entry, hoping...


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    Review Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition

    Everybody Loves Rayman

    It’s funny how things come full circle. It may be hard to remember now, but way back at E3 2012 when Rayman Legends was first revealed, it was declared a Wii U exclusive. Any Wii U owners who were eagerly awaiting Legends will recall the frustrating events that took place over the year that followed: originally planned as a...