The Division 2 first impressions: An exercise in redemption

The signs are strong so far, and The Division 2 appears to have learnt a lot from the first game. Here are early impressions after a few hours with the game.

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Is Overwatch dying? The case to return to Blizzard’s timeless shooter

Even as the likes of Apex Legends and Fortnite continue to dominate, Overwatch stands as a timeless shooter that may yet outlive even the post popular of games.

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Remembering Devil May Cry 2’s Diesel Jeans costumes (and the awful game itself)

Devil May Cry 2 was not a good game, but was it the disaster the franchise had to have before really hitting its stride?

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Digital only Xbox One S would stand as an interesting case study for Microsoft’s future in games

Given how many of us already download our games, it seems like the future is already set in stone for Microsoft and Xbox.

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Modern Warfare 2 Remastered in 2019 would be a dream come true

The release of Modern Warfare 2 Remastered in 2019 seems more likely than not at this stage. But is a campaign-only release really worth the effort?

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Crackdown 3 is better than a lot of people are giving it credit for

Crackdown 3 doesn’t reinvent the wheel, set a new standard for the genre, or try to be anything special, aside from simply being, well, Crackdown.

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Call Of Duty: Ranked from worst to best

Call Of Duty has dominated the charts for years, so it’s about time we take a look at the best and worst of Activision’s blockbuster shooter.

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Black Ops 4 Blackout beta impressions: A breath of fresh air

Blackout’s boots-on-the-ground fundamentals keep it planted in classic Call of Duty gameplay, blended with the competitive urge afforded by the Battle Royale genre.

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Modern Warfare 2 Xbox One backwards compatibility rounds out the trilogy’s return

Finally, after many, many months of campaigning and voting, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is playable on Xbox One.

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More than a decade on, San Andreas’ Grove Street is still home

For the millions of others that played it relentless just as I did, the original Grove Street will always, always be home.

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