NBA 2K17 review – Saved by basketball fundamentals as My Career falls flat

Its “best” mode has lost a lot of its charm, but NBA 2K17 is still a beast of a game.

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Forza Horizon 3 review – Road to somewhere and everywhere

Forza Horizon 3 still struggles in how it rewards the player, while battling a balancing act between unparalleled “arcadey” freedom and its hardcore simulation options.

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ReCore review: A game that’s not sure if it’s coming or going

ReCore is a game that struggles to balance a consistent stream of inconsistent quality.

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Rainbow Six: Siege review – Breaking the fourth wall

It’s the year’s most captivating multiplayer game, and the encouraging thing is it still has a lot of room to grow.

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Star Wars Battlefront review – Not quite a Jedi Master yet

That lack of depth makes Battlefront a tough game to understand, because If you’re a Star Wars fan and you like multiplayer shooters, then there’s no question that you should invest in this game.

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Fallout 4 review – A rad time

It offers exactly what the audience wants: a long, unforgiving and at-times painful journey through a hostile world. Welcome home.

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Halo 5: Guardians review – Locke, shock and barrel

Undoubtedly the most ambitious Halo release, Halo 5 admirably tries to establish its own identity amidst a long-standing and revered franchise history.

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 review – Kicking goals

PES 2016 celebrates the franchise’s 20th anniversary in style, offering up the best outing in years.

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain review – Solid game, little pain

If ever there was a time to get into Metal Gear Solid, The Phantom Pain is probably it.

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Mad Max review – A harsh mistress

It’s far from perfect and design issues can severely hinder the experience, but I like how Avalanche Studios has created a game brimming with life, ironically within a world that is hostile towards the will to survive.

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