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    The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (Switch) Review

    by Rik Henderson
    The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (Switch) Review
    A sequel to the award-winning classic Breath of the Wild that somehow manages to surpass its predecessor, there's certainly a lot to like about Link's latest Hyrule adventure.  
    9
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    Redfall (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Ian Collen
    Redfall (Xbox Series X) Review
    A vampire-slaying adventure with huge potential, Redfall ultimately disappoints with more bugs than blood-suckers, but are there still some signs of life in it?  
    5
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    Hogwart's Legacy (PS5) Review

    by Rik Henderson
    Hogwart's Legacy (PS5) Review
    Set 100 years before a young Harry Potter first picked up a wand, can this older generation of would-be wizards cast a spell on you?  
    8
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    God of War: Ragnarok (PS5) review

    by Rik Henderson
    God of War: Ragnarok (PS5) review
    Can this Norse-themed sequel to the much-loved 2018 reboot live up to the hype? You'd be a brave person to bet against Kratos...  
    9
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    Football Manager 2023 (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Ian Collen
    Football Manager 2023 (Xbox Series X) Review
    It may only be another incremental evolution, but with FM23 currently on PC and Xbox Game Pass, could this be a good time to dust off your tracksuit and get back into the beautiful game?  
    8
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    FIFA 23 (PS5) Review

    by Rik Henderson
    FIFA 23 (PS5) Review
    The last FIFA under EA's management delivers yet another great game of football, even if the incremental updates aren't a huge upgrade over FIFA 22.  
    8
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    Saints Row (PS5) Review

    by Rik Henderson
    Saints Row (PS5) Review
    The much-anticipated reboot for the popular franchise offers up a new location and cast, but has plenty of fun-filled chaos to relive the very best of its old glory days.  
    7
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    Two Point Campus (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Ian Collen
    Two Point Campus (Xbox Series X) Review
    Sure, it’s only a little bit more than Two Point Hospital in a different outfit, but there’s still a fun and satisfyingly challenging sim that’s worth more than just a quick study.  
    8
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    As Dusk Falls (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Ian Collen
    As Dusk Falls (Xbox Series X) Review
    It’s not much of a ‘game’, but this robbery-gone-wrong crime drama serves up an immersive interactive adventure with an excellent branching narrative.  
    8
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    F1 2022 (PS5) Review

    by Rik Henderson
    F1 2022 (PS5) Review
    Codemasters' classic racing series returns with more great on-track action, with the EA Sports influence beginning to shine through, and mostly for the better. Mostly...  
    8
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    Cyberpower Infinity X127 RTX Gaming PC Review

    by Greg Hook
    Cyberpower Infinity X127 RTX Gaming PC Review
    Custom PC builder Cyberpower showcases its Infinity X127 RTX Gaming PC featuring RTX3070 Ti graphics, i7-12700KF CPU, 16GB RAM and lighting fast 1TB SSD.  
    9
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    The Quarry (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Ian Collen
    The Quarry (Xbox Series X) Review
    Live out your very own horror story, with this well-polished and immersive survival experience where your choices, rather than your combat skills, will decide who lives and who dies.  
    8
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    Tiny Tina's Wonderlands (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Ian Collen
    Tiny Tina's Wonderlands (Xbox Series X) Review
    The Borderlands spin-off featuring the series’ greatest creation isn’t quite perfect, but it is a gloriously silly blast of shooter-looter action powered by a stellar voice cast.  
    8
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    Elden Ring (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Ian Collen
    Elden Ring (Xbox Series X) Review
    Believe the hype. Elden Ring is arguably FromSoftware’s best adventure yet and one that Dark Souls veterans and newcomers alike can get effortlessly lost in.  
    10
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    Martha is Dead (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Ian Collen
    Martha is Dead (Xbox Series X) Review
    An intriguingly twisted story that is just a little too willing to dive into the horrifying darkness rather than embracing its strengths.  
    6
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    Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (PS5) Review

    by Rik Henderson
    Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (PS5) Review
    Play as Nathan Drake and Chloe Frazer in their own standalone adventures as they are forced to confront their pasts and forge their own legacies in this collection which includes Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, remastered for PS5.  
    9
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    Rainbow Six Extraction (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Ian Collen
    Rainbow Six Extraction (Xbox Series X) Review
    It may feel a little bite-sized compared to previous R6 titles, but Extraction offers a fresh co-op PvE spin on things that delivers an absorbing risk-reward experience.  
    7
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    Halo Infinite (Xbox Series X) Review

    by Rik Henderson
    Halo Infinite (Xbox Series X) Review
    Master Chief returns to Zeta Halo with a few extra tricks up his sleeve for a romp through an open-world campaign that's impressively cinematic and free-flowing fun. The free multiplayer experience adds thrilling action too with more modes and maps to come.  
    9

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