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Rik Henderson has been writing about videogames and technology for the best part of 33 years. Also a former deputy editor of Home Cinema Choice, he not only enjoys playing games, he looks to do so in the best formats possible. Currently also a senior editor of news & features on Pocket-lint, he has edited and written for a wide variety of magazines, including CVG, Your Commodore and PC Review. He also appeared and produced on 90s TV shows, GamesMaster and Games World.
A remaster of the first two games in the Tony Hawk series: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (1999) and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 (2000) which includes tricks introduced in later games such as the revert, spine transfer and wall plant plus the ability for players to create their own skater and skate park.
Evoking the samurai movies from such well-renowned directors as Akira Kurosawa, Ghost of Tsushima is quite beautiful and offers your samurai character the chance to try new warrior tactics in the fight against invading forces.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Review (Nintendo Switch)
by Rik Henderson
Nintendo's first Animal Crossing for Switch sees your character persuaded to move to a desert island by a brochure that promises "A carefree new life just beyond the horizon." Does it live up to that pledge?
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