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Resident Evil 7 biohazard (PC)
Scary, intense, immersive - Resident Evil at its best.
Dragon Quest Builders (PlayStation 4)
Builders has the perfect mix of genre-bending to make it unique.
Resident Evil 7 biohazard (Xbox One)
Resident Evil 7 once again reinvents the main RE series giving us a good blend of the newer and older style of RE gameplay.
Rise & Shine (Xbox One)
It's just too frustrating to be fun.
Street Fighter V: Akuma Character (DLC)
Although we all knew Akuma would eventually make an appearance, he does feel more fun to play in SFV compared to other appearance in past SF games!
BioShock: The Collection (Xbox One)
You'll look kindly on your return to Rapture and Columbia.
Assassin's Creed The Ezio Collection (Xbox One)
A collection primarily for the patient uninitiated.
Steep (Xbox One)
A game made more for the off-piste explorer than the terrain park fan.
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (PlayStation 4)
UMvC3 is now up on the PS4 store, but if you already have another version don't even bother since it's very much a last gen port for the most part.
Pinball FX2 VR (PlayStation VR)
The pinball experience is authentic, all the way down to standing still with your head bowed forward.
Dishonored 2 (Xbox One)
Don't let Dishonored 2 sneak past you.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (PlayStation 4)
Dragon Ball fans, meet your dream title.
BioShock: The Collection (PC)
A decade's worth of memorable gaming in one collection.
Dead Rising 4 (Xbox One)
Dead Rising 4 does the series justice in many ways, but the game gets dragged down by some very noticeable shortcomings that deter from the usual Dead Rising experience.
Destiny: Rise of Iron (PlayStation 4)
An expansion that's not as expansive as The Taken King.
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