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​Mass Effect Andromeda review: One for the fans

​Mass Effect Andromeda review: One for the fans

An amazing achievement but will leave many scratching their head
Horizon: Zero Dawn review

Horizon: Zero Dawn review

Robot dinosaurs FTW!
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (PlayStation 3)

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (PlayStation 3)

The final instalment in the Final Fantasy XIII aims to wrap up the entire storyline while bringing further tweaks to the gameplay
Dead Rising 3 (Xbox One)

Dead Rising 3 (Xbox One)

Time to survive the zombie apocalypse once again
Ryse: Son of Rome (Xbox One)

Ryse: Son of Rome (Xbox One)

Ancient Rome never looked this good
Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom (PlayStation 3)

Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom (PlayStation 3)

This monster-collecting series switches genres for its console debut
Zoo Tycoon (Xbox One)

Zoo Tycoon (Xbox One)

Microsoft's animal park management simulator does away with some of the nitty-gritty in order to be a more accessible game
Lego Marvel Super Heroes (Xbox One)

Lego Marvel Super Heroes (Xbox One)

Defending the universe, one LEGO diorama at a time
Call of Duty: Ghosts (Xbox One)

Call of Duty: Ghosts (Xbox One)

The latest instalment in the Call of Duty franchise isn't very silent, but it's just as deadly
Microsoft Xbox One

Microsoft Xbox One

A worthy successor to the Xbox 360, and competitor in the modern console cold-war?
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (Xbox 360)

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (Xbox 360)

Ubisoft moves its killer franchise to the age when pirates ruled the seas
Beyond: Two Souls (PlayStation 3)

Beyond: Two Souls (PlayStation 3)

Quantic Dream returns with another psychological thriller
Puppeteer (PlayStation 3)

Puppeteer (PlayStation 3)

A game where a pair of scissors is mightier than the sword
F1 2013 (Xbox 360)

F1 2013 (Xbox 360)

Codemasters' annual racing series returns for another lap
Splinter Cell: Blacklist (Xbox 360)

Splinter Cell: Blacklist (Xbox 360)

Ubisoft brings back Sam Fisher for another tour of duty
Grid 2 (Xbox 360)

Grid 2 (Xbox 360)

Codemasters’ second serving of motorsports is as good as the first one
The Last of Us (PS3)

The Last of Us (PS3)

Seven years after launch, the PlayStation gets its killer app
Fuse (Xbox 360)

Fuse (Xbox 360)

Insomniac plays it safe with its first multiplatform, team-based shooter
Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel (Xbox 360)

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel (Xbox 360)

The latest adventure starring EA’s two-man army offers a significantly different gaming experience
Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (PS3 & Vita)

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (PS3 & Vita)

An open-world exploration game in which Sly and his team travel through time to distant lands
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